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    #1 Little Baby Satan Spawn

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    Posted 12 February 2019 - 11:19 AM

    I don't have a caregiver or daddy so I have to cook my own little meals a lot. Any super easy but yummy pasta or potato dishes I can make that your littles love? I am not big on most veggies so it limits a lot of things I'll make for myself!

     

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    #2 PrettyKitty65

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    Posted 12 February 2019 - 11:35 AM

    Mash potatoes with chesse !. Chicken Nuggets! 



    #3 gorebaby

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    Posted 12 February 2019 - 11:42 AM

    Eggs and rice, bear shaped grilled cheese, or pigs in a blanket!


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    #4 SheepishPrince

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    Posted 12 February 2019 - 06:45 PM

    i really like grilled cheese or pasta with butter and garlic salt!


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    #5 LittleTeacup

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    Posted 12 February 2019 - 07:20 PM

    Lotsa easy recipes online.  ;)

     

    Check out www.countryliving.com/food-drinks/g1050/simple-potato-recipes-1110/ and scroll through for 60 simple potato recipes. It's a compilation article so each entry has a link to another food website.

     

    Here's one that little you may like from thecookingjar.com/mashed-potato-puffs/

     

    Mashed Potato Puffs

     

    Prep time: 10 min

    Cook time: 30 min

     

    Ingredients:

    2 cups mashed potatoes

    3 large eggs, beaten

    1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded

    1/4 cup bacon bits

    1/4 cup chives, chopped

    Pepper to taste

    1/4 cup parmesan cheese, shredded

     

    Instructions:

    1. Combine mashed potatoes, eggs, cheddar cheese, bacon bits, and chives

    2. Season with pepper if needed

    3. Grease a muffin pan and mound a spoonful into each cup

    4. Sprinkle each cup with parmesan cheese

    5. Bake for 30-35 minutes at 400 degrees F or until golden brown

    6. Cool for 5 minutes and serve warm with sour cream

     

    Watch out for the sharp utensils you use to chop and the hot oven, but otherwise as long as you already have some leftover mashed potatoes this is a little-friendly recipe! Hope this helped! :D


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    #6 Cuddleembrace

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    Posted 10 March 2019 - 04:54 PM

    Saame ahaha, I usually follow instagram pages that are meant for feeding toddlers... Easy to make and taste pretty good.
    Aand any meal can feel "little" on those cute plates with the designs on them :) and if you cute the pieces up real small

    #7 Littlest_Bee

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    Posted 11 March 2019 - 03:25 PM

    Welllllll, are you looking for ways to get more veggies into your diet?
    Because then I'd recommend playing around with soups and pasta sauces where everything gets pureed - that can make a huge difference in the ability to tolerate something you wouldn't like otherwise e.g.
    Pureed tomatoes, carots and nuts result in a nicely textured pasta sauce in my opinion. (My niece, nephew and younger brother love it.)

    I absolutely love pasta in all kinds of variations and if you can afford to get pasta in cute and funny shapes that could automatically make you feel more "little" without adding any effort in regards to cooking. Tricoloured pasta has a similar effect on me.

    I haven't really been able to cook specifically with "little me" in mind for a while but if broccoli happens to be something that you can stand then I can recommend this way to decorate your plate when you eat mashed potatoes, broccoli and vegetable fingers (or something similar): https://www.ddlgforu...253-littlefood/

    Sorry that I'm not writing out specific recipes but I have a hard time anticipating what you'd like and I mostly improvise these days. Sometimes I buy groceries with certain dishes in mind and then end up cooking something completely different.
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    Posted 13 March 2019 - 04:47 AM

    I like garlic steamed tatos and if you eat fish this goes great with fish.

    2 pieces of fish salt & pepper
    1-2 tatos sliced medium thin
    1/2 onion sliced thick
    1-2 handfuls of peas
    1-2 tablespoon of butter
    1/4 cup of water
    Garlic - fresh of powdered
    Basil - fresh of dried

    Melt butter in the pan. Lay onion halves in pan. The onions keep the fish and tatos from sitting in the water. Pour water into the pan with the butter and onions.

    Put half the tatoe on the onions, but leave space between them. Sprinkle with basil and garlic. Fish goes on top of tatos then another of tatos with garlic and basil. I sometimes sprinkle curry and cumin on top. Add Chipotle pepper and red pepper flakes too.

    Turn the heat waaay down. Pop on a top and let it steam. Remember to check and add more water as needed toss in peas towards the end. I barely eat salt, so you can add salt to the layers if you like.

    #9 🦈shark🦈Prince🦈

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    Posted 13 March 2019 - 04:55 AM

    Potato gratin can be a great dish to hide veggies in or just emit them completely. it's cheesy potato-y goodness!

    I like this recipe but you can find many different ones about it online

    https://www.lovepota.../potato-gratin/



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    Posted 13 March 2019 - 04:57 AM

    You can make tato eggs! Like eggs in a hole but with potatoes instead of bread. Use cookie cutter to cut center out of the tato. Add tiny, tiny bit of oil to a skillet or griddle then salt and pepper the tato. With heat on medium lay down tatos. I make lots on my griddle so I cover mine with a cookie sheet or pot top. Cook until one side is brown.

    Flip the tato over to let the other side brown. Flip again then crack a whole egg or add scrambled egg into the center. Cover again until the egg is done cooking. You can sprinkle on cheese and chives.





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