25 Toast Topping Ideas for Toddlers

Toast toppings for toddler

In my house, toast is very much a morning staple, but I know I tend to gravitate to the same spreads each morning, and I certainly serve the same thing to my kids regularly. Sometimes it’s nice to change it up a little, and I’m sure many of us could use some inspiration when it comes to topping our toast.

Print this list off and post it on your fridge for when your breakfast, lunch or dinner needs a little flavour boost.

Here are 25 toast-topping ideas for toddlers

1. Applesauce, apple slices and cinnamon

2. Peanut butter, blueberry and banana

3. Almond butter, honey, granola

4. Buttered toast with hard-boiled egg slices

5. Cream cheese and jam

6. Mashed pinto or black beans and grated cheddar cheese

7. Ricotta cheese, strawberry slices and honey

8. Cream cheese, strawberry slices and honey

9. Hummus, cucumber slices and grated carrot

10. Cream cheese and sliced cucumbers

11. Cream cheese, raisin and cinnamon

12. Cream cheese, dried cranberries and pumpkin seeds

13. Mashed avocado with lime

14. Mashed avocado topped with sliced hard-boiled egg

15. Sliced tomato, fresh mozzarella and chopped basil

16. Almond butter, honey and wheat germ

17. Lettuce, tomato slices and bacon

18. Brie, pear slices and honey

19. Mashed avocado, sliced turkey and cucumber rounds

20. Apple slices and grated cheddar

21. Brie, ham, and melon

22. Fried egg, cheddar cheese and salsa

23. Peanut butter, banana and cinnamon

24. Nutella, bananas and blueberries (or chocolate chips)

25. Honey mustard, ham, orange/peach jam

A few notes:

  • Feel free to use sunflower seed butter in place of peanut and or almond butter
  • Mascarpone cheese makes a wonderful replacement for cream cheese and/or ricotta
  • Fruit butters make an excellent toast topping
  • Almost any fruit can be cut, chopped, and sliced and placed on top of toast
  • Use a variety of breads to keep your meals interesting. We like cinnamon raisin, sourdough, pumpernickel, rye, multigrain, wholegrain, and brioche.
  • Broiling the toast can melt cheese and warm fruit.
  • If making multiple pieces of toast, use the broil function on your oven and a rimmed baking sheet instead of your toaster.




1 Comment

  1. chasity on March 23, 2018 at 11:14 am

    hi i love these ideas great job finding them out.

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