Nut-free Toddler Cookies
My healthy toddler cookie recipe has been one of my best reviewed and most popular toddler recipes. They’re simple to make, wholesome, and has been a winner for my daughter for years.
However, since I came up with this recipe, we’ve had a nut-allergy scare with my baby and banished peanuts from the house until we determine whether or not they’re safe for her. My older daughter has also started preschool and is in a nut-free classroom, so I decided to try tweaking this recipe a bit since it is her favorite snack.
I’ve occasionally bought sunflower seed spread and have subbed that without any problems in this recipe, but I don’t love doing it because sunflower seed spread has added sugar and questionable oils, in addition to being fairly expensive. So, I tried subbing the peanut butter for Greek yogurt, and my daughter didn’t know the difference.
I do have “cookies” in quotes for a reason, though; these are NOT sweet, chewy cookies. They are cakey, naturally sweetened snacks that are perfect for little hands. But if you’re craving a real cookie, these aren’t going to cut it.
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