10 of the best toddler recipes From fab finger foods to family favourites, tempt your tot with these mealtime ideas 1 of Ad break Chicken stir fryWith a rainbow of tasty veg, this simple stir fry is great for the whole family, served with rice or noodles for extra slurping! Click here to read the recipe. Home made haddock fish fingersA favourite with almost all toddlers, these easy home made fish fingers are junk-free and nutritious. Click here to read the recipe. Sausage casseroleAn easy one-pot meal that's ideal for slinging in the slow cooker ahead of a busy day. Click here to read the recipe. Tortilla (Spanish omelette)This hearty omelette makes a great finger food, tastes delicious hot or cold, and can be whipped up in minutes with some leftover potatoes. Click here to read the recipe. Continue slideshow > Home made chicken nuggetsNuggets don't have to be full of nasties... This home made version is a tasty teatime treat and easier than you might expect. Click here to read the recipe. Beef and mushroom burgersA healthy take on a fast-food favourite, these yummy burgers with hidden veggies will help your toddler to his five-a-day. Click here to read the recipe. Spaghetti bologneseThis family favourite is a great source of iron for your growing toddler, with added vegetables to boost his vitamin intake. Click here to read the recipe. Chicken and cheese enchiladasA finger-licking feast that will help encourage your child to eat independently. Click here to read the recipe. Continue slideshow > Cheese, leek and cherry tomato savoury bread and butter puddingVegetable-shirking toddlers will be hard-pressed to resist this easy cheesy recipe. Click here to read the recipe. Mediterranean lasagneWith lots of hidden vegetables, this family friendly lasagne packs a nutritional punch. Click here to read the recipe. By Lucy Dimbylow Comments Latest on MadeForMums 'Eating your placenta borders on cannibalism,' says top doc Ferne McCann: ‘I don’t want to be labelled as a single mum’ Beautiful women have baby girls, says new study What does the term 'mumbod' mean to you?