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What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers
What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers

What's for Lunch? Healthy sandwich recipes for babies and toddlers

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Sammies, sandwiches, or ‘wiches’... most babies and toddlers will eat them but thinking of different ingredients to put IN them can be a little challenging and it’s easy to keep rolling out the same ol’ staples from the basic pantry spreads. BUT, the humble sandwich can be more than just what meets the eye; they’re also an excellent vehicle for hiding healthy and nutritious fillings for your little one.

As mothers ourselves, we understand how precious time is and the need to put together food quickly... We’ve developed these recipes so they can all be made either in advance, ready to get out and spread on some bread just before you need it, or prepared in under 15 minutes.

We’ve also highlighted other uses for each of the spreads; from dips, to pasta ‘sauces’, to dinner components, or just simply for any leftovers to be enjoyed by yourself!

What age are sandwiches suitable from? The ingredients used in this resource
are suitable for Stage Two onwards, unless otherwise stated; however most
babies aren’t ready for sandwiches until they reach Stage Three. When first
introducing sandwiches to your baby, cut them down to a safe size to avoid
choking. You can gradually increase the sizes you offer as your baby grows and
their ability to bite and chew develops.

For more information on the various developmental stages of eating your baby will pass through, and how and when to transition them, see our resource: Your Baby’s Food Journey - easy step by step guide.