Cooking for toddlers doesn't have to be hard. In fact, many parents serve their kids what they’re eating, and don’t offer separate kid foods. It’s a lot easier to just make one meal for the whole family. Here are some traditional Jewish foods that are adapted to make them a little more accessible for young ones. These dishes are also easier and quicker to prepare than the originals, saving time for you. B’tayavon! (Bon Appetit!)

Baked Apples & Honey
Cholent Patties
Noodle Kugel Bowl
Smashed Tsimmes

 

 

 

 

Rachel Teichman

Rachel Teichman blogs about creating and cooking with her kids at www.totsandplans.com.