Toddler Tofu Bites

"This can be given to toddlers over the age of one year. The servings are for children. It cannot be frozen but can be stored in the fridge for 1-2 days."
photo by Bay Laurel photo by Bay Laurel
photo by Bay Laurel
photo by Houmous Monster photo by Houmous Monster
photo by Houmous Monster photo by Houmous Monster
Ready In:




  • Mix together the first 5 ingredients in a small bowl.
  • Place the tofu cubes in a large bowl and pour the honey and oil mix over the top.
  • Use your finger to gently coat the tofu as a spoon will break the tofu up.
  • Place the tofu bites on a baking tray and spoon over any leftover mixture.
  • Bake at 350 deg F for approximately 15 minutes or until the tofu is golden.

Questions & Replies

  1. Can I marinade the tofu overnight?


  1. This was a great recipe but the baking time wound up being twice the time for me to get to a golden brown & I had to turn up my oven to 375. The next time I make it I may increase the honey amount by half. Because I was pressed for time I ended up taking a serving out & browning it in a frying pan & it tasted exactly the same as the ones that finished in the oven. Baby wasn't thrilled about it, but mom loved it!!!
  2. I can't really rate this because I liked them, toddler and husband hated them. For my toddler I think it was the texture. Maybe she'll eat silken tofu in pudding form.
  3. I made these for myself and am TRYING to save some for my DD but I don't think thats gonna happen. Maybe next time. Super healthy and yummy. Perfect for my South Beach Diet. Thanks for sharing Missy Wombat..
  4. i fixed these tonight for myself and my 2 year old (who is very very picky and will NOT eat meat) and she loved him. After I made my mother try one (she's never had tofu) she told me they needed cinnamon and sugar so i dusted some on (pre-mixed) and that was delicious. i put them in the shape of a smiley face and she thinks they're marshmallows.
  5. my toddler loved these! Thanks!


  1. Super yummy.


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