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・゚✧ MILK !! if you're struggling with the fact that your sippy wont be the same without milk don't worry there's tonnes of ( much yummier ) alternatives that prove to be just as worthy for our sippies . first i'd suggest hazelnut milk , it has a slight chocolatey and sweet taste but still is milk and can be warmed ! another is just nut milks in general , a classic being almond milk . though if you wanted something extra special there are soy chocolate milks ( which i am in love with ) and even strawberry milks which really get me into little space 

 

・゚✧ YUMMIES !! finding little space worthy snacks are hard , especially when the pink pokey isn't vegan . my up most favourite tip is fruit , sounds a little boring i know but hear me out . daddies dont want you chopping fruits with a knife , you'll get yummy food and his attention if you ask for it ( plus good girl points for being healthy ) . but if you're fancying something sweet you can easily add vegan icecream with the fruit or make your own banana nice cream ( freeze bananas then just blend them until smooth !! )

 

・゚✧ GUMMIES !! big problem , most gummies do in fact contain gelatin ( a big no no ) so how can we avoid all of the quite harmful gummies . well looking at the back of packets to find the ' vegan friendly ' symbol and / or reading the ingredients to try catch out any non vegan products . alternatively you could just go ahead and buy any gummies from this list , i made sure they're all good for us ! gummies from squish candies , sour patch kids ,  swedish fish , vegan percy pigs from marks n sparks ! 

 

 

i'll be adding more tips asap!  :wub: 

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I'm not vegan but I thought I'd share my thoughts anyway. I'm vegetarian and lactose intolerant so many of my favourite things are just vegan by nature. I've found hazelnut milk difficult to find in some places, and the city I currently live in only has one shop selling it for $13 per litre. O.o Chocolate almond milk is my favourite, but we also have these milk drops you can buy in supermarket which flavour milk. That way you can turn any milk into chocolate/strawberry/banana milk. :) 

 

I love baking and preparing my own food so I make a lot of my own snacks and treats. If you were struggling to find little snacks you could always try making your own (with the help of a cg if you want). And there's even these gummies which are made with fruit juice and agar powder if you can't find vegan gummies or if you want to avoid the excess sugar. https://busylittleizzy.com/2017/08/10/homemade-vegan-gluten-free-gummies/

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I make things in bulk when I feel up to it (and freeze them).

 

- Mini Pancakes

- "Chicken nuggets" (shape them into animals or stars) :)

- Tatter tots

- Mini Pizza

-Mac n' Cheesez

- Grilled Cheeze

-Fried tofu bits

- Spaghetti

- Smoothies

- banana nice cream

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Ripple brand pea milk makes an awesome chocolate milk.

 

There are recipes all over the internet for veggie nuggets like this one:https://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-chickpea-nuggets-235880

 

Cute fruit ideas: https://www.pinterest.com/foodhero/creative-and-inspiring-fruit-ideas-for-kids/?lp=true

 

Vegan Spaghetti O's reciipe:https://strengthandsunshine.com/homemade-spaghetti-os-allergy-free-gluten-free-vegan/

 

Lets not forget dippy foods: hummus and veggie sticks, apples and peanut butter, etc..

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Halo-Top has a vegan ice cream that is yummy and low in calories and sugar!!! I definitely suggest it as a treat for littles. I, perosnally, like to make my own vegan cookies with daddy and add them to my ice cream :)

 

Also, If i could make a topic suggestion for you list: VEGAN LEATHER PRODUCTS!  cuffs, harnesses, collars ect made from Vegan leather i think would be a lovely addition to your list :)

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I love mini rice paper rolls. With raw ingredients. It’s not super little space is hard buuut they are mini.. so.. ‍♀
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I've been vegan 2 years and my little space foods that I love are the Alpro chocolate soy milk cartons, fruits cut up into little pieces sometimes with vegan cream/yoghurt, 'chicken' nuggets, 'fish' fingers, animal shaped pasta, Goody Good Stuff gummy sweets or the vegan Candy Kittens (not all are sfv so make sure you check!) and crisps like Pombears. There's lots of options in the UK  :D

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I really like the Alpro pudding cups.

And I recently tried these gummy dinosaurs (https://www.trolli.de/?trolli_products=dino-rex (SFW))

I'm not sure how good people outside of Germany can get them but they were yummy and cute and I would love to get them again. :wub:

 

The creative things that can be done with fruit and veg are amazing. (Try looking for watermelon sharks or cucumber orcas and similar stuff. My sister sometimes tries out ideas for her kids and there are so many adorable ones. ❤ )

I really want to try out more stuff like that and put the pictures in my gallery.

 

I like almond or coconut drink instead of milk, sometimes with a little bit of maple syrup (instead of honey). But chocolate or vanilla soy drink can be good as well. Ummmmm, a lot of good stuff has already been mentioned.

So, I think I'll cut it here. Take care, everyone ❤

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Annie’s brand gummies are vegan! and shaped like bunnies!

 

If making s’mores, don’t forget to make sure your graham crackers are vegan too! Nabisco makes some with molasses instead of honey. they come in a red box.

 

Daiya brand does sell a boxed macaroni and cheese and despite being vegan tastes just like kraft mac! (???magic)

 

rice balls are fun and easy to make, and you can make them into tons of cute shapes via a knife or special molds from online! (a great gift idea might I add)

 

chia seed pudding is super easy and only takes a few hours to firm up. and it’s full of protein!

 

kale chips are nice and crunchy but make sure to keep an eye on them if you’ve never made some before! they can burn quite easily.

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One I like for summer is cutting grapes in half and freezing them! They’re really yummy and make for a sweet snack that’s healthy! I especially like the cotton candy grapes frozen!
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Frozen grapes sound amazing - and also reminded me of something I used to love. Frozen banana pops! ^^ You cut a banana in half, shove it on a popsicle stick, cover it with chocolate, and then coat in whatever else you want. My favourite was dark chocolate then coated with coconut, but you can used shopped nuts or whatever else you want. ^^

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Fried tofu, oreos, celery and peanut butter, and rice noodles take the cake for my fave vegan little snacks! Also bannana chips!
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Fruit Fruit Fruit! Watermelon, Strawberries, Kiwi, Banana cut into cute shapes!

Crackers! Small crackers that are lightly salted are super yummy

 

I like to drink oat milk by the brand Oatly! They also have chocolate which tastes JUST LIKE CHOCOLATE MILK (once you get used to the oat taste)

I love to drink it cold or warm it up!

 

Also popsicles, super yummy, you can make your own :wub:

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Daddy just gave me lovecrunch cereal its got strawberries and dark chocolate bits in it!

 

I also like almond milk pudding cups, gelatin free jello cups (snack pack!)

 

Annie's bunny friends snack

 

fake chicken nuggies

 

vegan ice cream

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