A little background: I have been in and out of raw, vegetarian for 8 years. Since becoming pregnant & having my son almost two years ago, I've become pretty dependent on goat dairy products to "get my protein", as I can't digest soy products or many nuts. I often feel really tired, even though I eat well and am conscious of what I take into my body/energy field.
Recently, I turned a corner and realized that my body, spirit, mind were desperately wanting a vegan diet. With this transition came a lot more raw foods and inspiration... Now... How to stop feeding the toddler eggs and goat milk products?
My son's almost 2 and quite attached to the foods that he's become accustomed to. I've let him guide his eating, for the most part, offering a bit of anything I eat, with some simple food-combining guidelines. I need ideas of tantalizing vegan toddler foods... especially ones that could take the place of the protein-rich parts of his diet (I'm going to try coconut yogurt, and already do nut mylk). He doesn't like nut/seed butters (when they're undisguised/naked)... I bake them into vegan cookies-- that works, but there's only so many cookies you can feed a kid.
Also, I can't find any way to get greens into him-- besides chopping a tiny amount up and adding it to a scrambled egg. He eats around anything green, won't take more than a sip of smoothie (and we're talking organic, banana/blueberry/spinach yumminess!)... So any ideas there would be very helpful.
We are currently on the road, and will be traveling for the next few months (so no dehydrator-- but we do have a fridge/stove/food storage). Any miracle snack products you've come across?