Trying to come up with nutritious and approachable meal options for your family can be quite the feat for any mom, especially when toddlers are in the mix. This week, we chatted with Amy Palanjian of Yummy Toddler Food, to learn more about the nutrient-rich, toddler-friendly recipes that she’s crafted for her audience on Instagram and in her upcoming cookbook Dinnertime SOS, available this August. We also dive into meal planning on a budget while appeasing young eaters!
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After over a decade of writing, editing, and developing recipes for lifestyle magazines, websites, and books, Amy Palanjian founded Yummy Toddler Food to teach and inspire parents on methods for easy cooking and techniques to reduce mealtime stress for everyone. Yummy Toddler Food recipes are straight-forward, accessible, and designed for little kids and parents to enjoy. No food shame, no guilt, because being a parent is hard enough! Amy is also the author of the forthcoming cookbook, Dinnertime SOS, and lives with her family in Central Pennsylvania.
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