Toddler Meal: Confetti Potatoes

Confetti PotatoesHow about a "dump in dinner" for a busy night? shivasgirl is back today with another one of her toddler twins' favorite recipes, Confetti Potatoes. You can subsitute these ingredients for non-organic ones if you like.



Confetti PotatoesConfetti Potatoes

Prep time: 10 mins.

Cook time: 20-45 mins.

You'll need:

1 package frozen organic Potatoes O'Brien

1/2 package organic mixed baby peas and carrots

1/4 package organic corn

1/4 package green beans (you may need to chop these smaller for younger kids before you cook)

1/8 tsp. turmeric or favorite curry powder

olive oil to coat

Make it:

1. Combine oil and spice in large (I mean LARGE) mixing bowl.

2. Add all ingredients into the bowl, stirring to coat all veggies with oil and spices.

3. You now have a choice in cooking methods:

a. You can dump all into a large skillet and fry on stove top until crispy and cooked through, or

b. You can pour the mixture into a baking pan (or I like to use my big cast iron skillet) and bake at 350 degrees for about 30-45 minutes, stirring once after 10 minutes, then leaving alone so a crunchy top will form.

Tip: shivasgirl's kids think this is Indian food, so she usually serves with pooris (a deep fried bread), but they have devoured this dish all by itself.

Tip: You can add any veggies you want, but stick with the carrots, peas and potatoes as a base ... these even taste great if that is all you use!

Past Toddler Meals:

Mini Meatloaves

Alex Guarnaschelli's Homemade Granola

Happy Face Baked Pancakes

Yogurt Fruit Salad

Vegetarian Chili

Fruit Salsa With Cinnamon Crisps

Taco Cups

Sweet-and-Sour Chicken

Italian Goulash

Parmesan Risotto

Chicken Sausages

Easy Quesadillas

Barbecue Cups

Healthy Ketchup

Cinnamon Raisin Roll-Ups

Hot Dogs with Mashed Potatoes

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