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Try making these easy, healthy snacks for your toddler.

Some of the recipes within the book:

Apple And Banana Muffins, Apple Bagel Sandwich, Apple Slices With Peanut Butter Dip, Banana Chocolate Bread, Banana Smoothie, Cheese Quesadilla, Chocolate Banana Smoothie, Chocolate Chip Pancakes Served With Cinnamon Honey Syrup, Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Bread, Cucumber Chips, Dr. Seuss Green Eggs and Ham, Fruit Dip, Goji Juice Popsicles, Ham And Cheese Crackers, Honey And Peanut Butter Balls, Low Sugar Cereal, Peanut Butter And Banana Sandwiches, Peanut Butter And Celery, Peanut Butter Popcorn, Peanut Butter Ritz Crackers, Peanut Butter Toast, Peanut Butter Tortilla, Pumpkin Muffins With Cream Cheese Frosting, Pumpkin Pancakes With Maple Syrup, Sweet Corn Cakes, Vegetable Pizza, Veggies and Dip, Wiggly Fish, Zucchini Cookies and much, much more......

This recipe book contains delicious, easy to follow recipes.

Published: Brenda Van Niekerk on
ISBN: 9781476115771
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