plant-based spaghetti

It’s hard to plan kids meals even if you’re an omnivore.

But if you follow a plant-based diet, and all the best people (and bloggers) do, then getting that diet right for your kids can be really challenging.

Fortunately, that’s where Alexandra Caspero and Whitney English’s, The Plant-Based Baby and Toddler, comes in. 


An Evidence Based Approach To Child Nutrition

The two authors are registered nutritionists and throughout the book, they use scientific evidence to guide their recommendations.

the plant-based baby & toddler book cover

They show you how to meet all of your baby or toddler’s nutritional needs without holding anything back even if you’re nursing!

Most importantly, this book is packed with easy-to-follow, easy-to-make recipes that deliver the goods for your children’s plant-based diet. 


Final Thoughts On The Plant-Based Baby And Toddler

One thing that we really appreciated in this book was the section on how to help a child that is a picky eater get used to eating plant-based foods, it makes the whole process so simple.

If you’re committed to a vegan lifestyle and you want your kids to follow suit, then there’s only one book you need to get the ball rolling: The Plant-Based Baby and Toddler. 

If you’re looking for some ideas for your own plant-based diet now that you’ve sorted out your children’s diet, why not check out our list of the best plant-based cookbooks

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