Creative Food Ideas For A Child That Can't Eat Eggs

Creative Food Ideas For A Child That Can't Eat Eggs

Posted by Yumble Team | Posted on Jun 10, 2021 at 1:45 PM

If you have a kiddo with an allergy to eggs it can be hard to find food with no eggs that they will enjoy. It’s easy to find yourself in a rut, making or serving the same foods over and over. We feel you. Our perfect pizza bagel is a quick, ready to eat lunch, dinner, or breakfast. Yes, breakfast! Giving your little one a pizza bagel and veggies is a great way to start the day.

Ingredients matter.

Our whole wheat pizza bagel is topped with tasty marinara sauce, made from organic tomatoes. Tomatoes are packed with vitamin C and lycopene, which may help reduce cardiovascular disease and some cancers. Tomatoes are also rich in potassium and folate, which are important in growth and muscle health. We use a whole grain bagel because whole grains contain all three parts of the grain, contain more naturally occurring nutrients, and have more fiber than a regular bagel.Whole grains have been linked to reduced instances of diabetes, inflammation, and certain cancers. Shredded mozzarella cheese is added on top for a creamy, cheesy bite.

Pizza anytime.

The perfect pizza bagel can be eaten warm or cold, making it a perfect addition to your rotation of healthy foods for your kids lunchbox. It also makes a great eggless breakfast that isn’t loaded with sugar, like some cereals or toaster pastries. The perfect pizza bagel meal packs 21 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber, to keep your little one feeling fuller longer. And for you that means less, “Mom, I need a snack”!

Plus your little one will be getting a serving of veggies along with the tasty pizza bagel. Organic corn and chickpeas round out this meal, adding fiber and protein to the meal. Corn is full of B vitamins, which help your body have energy. It’s also a source of iron, zinc, manganese, and other essential minerals. Chickpeas, sometimes called garbanzo beans, are a favorite finger food of many little ones. They are a perfect eggless food for toddlers. Beans are considered both a vegetable and a protein food because they contain so much fiber and protein. Beans, peas, and corn are great examples of healthy food for kids. When a pizza meal is this nutritious it really can be pizza, anytime!

If you’re looking for other creative food ideas try some of these fun ideas:

  • Sandwich skewers of cheese, grapes, and turkey on a toothpick
  • Teeny tiny baked taco cups in muffin tins
  • Mini meatball sandwiches (if you’re in a pinch for time check out these egg free orange chicken meatballs)

If you’re short on time, need creative, eggless meals your kid will love, you don’t have to rely on PBJ. Yumble makes meals for every family, allergies and aversions included. Packed with hidden veggies and whole grains, they are filled with flavors kids love and are sure to eat. From snack poppers to ginger stir fry, there are eggless options for everyone! A kids meal delivery service, Yumble Kids provides variety, convenience, and nutritious meals made just for kids.

Looking for an easy way to get healthy eggless foods for allergies? Yumble is the children’s healthy meal planner that does the hard work for you. We deliver fresh, delicious, fully prepared kids’ meals right to your door. Pick a plan that works best for your family, choose your weekly meals, and Yumble takes care of the rest. No cooking required! Ready to save time & serve nutritious meals? Visit https://yumblekids.com/

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