you asked – I cooked!
so many of you have been asking what Luna eats for lunch and so I tried out some different recipes – these are the ones she loved the most!
2 whole weat tortillas
1/2 bell pepper
herbs (I used oregano and basil)
grated cheese (I used cheddar)
for the Quesadillas I simply blended all the ingredients except the cheese and spread to the tortilla. add grated cheese and top with another tortilla. I always put another baking tray on top of the tortilla so it doesnt bend or anything. bake for about 15 minutes at 200°c, cut, let cool and serve with sour cream or salsa – a yummy fingerfood with a lot of vitamins.
for every meal time we use our trusty Stokke Tripp Trapp – we had it even before Luna was born and I wouldn’t want to miss it one single day! at the beginning we used the “newborn set” and now she’s in the “baby set” and enjoys it so much!
Stokke sent us the Tripp Trapp in this new gorgeous colour soft mint (*gifted) and it’s such a nice addition to our interiour. the population of Norway, and thus also the Scandinavian furniture manufacturer Stokke, are known for their love of nature. the new colours of the Tripp Trapp originate from this! the brilliantly simple design is suitable for every phase of childhood up to adulthood and accompanies the family a life long.
the Tripp Trapp chair is mainly made of high-quality European beech and oak wood – produced from sustainable forestry in Central Europe. and sustanability should be one of the most important criteria for us all!
we absolutely love the Tripp Trapp and I’d definitely give it a 10/10 – there are so many additions to the chair that there’s definitely something for anyone!
1 large sweet potato
grate all the veggies, add eggs and herbs and mix everything togheter. make small heaps and flat them on the baking try. bake for about 30 minutes at 200°C – let cool and serve with greek yoghurt. EASIEST THING IN THE WORLD! >> this makes a quite a big amount of fritters – I’m a bit lazy so I make a big amount and freeze them afterwards, otherwise just half the recipe.
bake the samosas for about 15 minutes at 200°C or until lightly brown.
now I know these are all veggie recipes – but you could serve any meat with all of them or even include it to the fritters, quesadilla or samosa.
Luna is a very good meat eater – so we don’t really need any “good recipes” for her to eat it – with veggies it’s kind of another story… so I hope this helps some of you to feed their toddlers this weird stuff called “veggies”.
what do you serve your toddler? I’d love to hear from you ❤