My youngest is fifteen months too. Why do you think he can't handle raw? My ds is about 95% as are my other two-dd was at this age also.
I tend to try and eat as locally as possible. You should be able to get greens-especially the hardy ones. Kale, celery, chard and herbs should be available, no? I know in my area of New England I can still score plenty at farmer's markets. I just got kale, chard, dill, zucchini, cukes, peppers, parsnips, potatoes, basil, parsley, tomatoes, apples and pears this past week.
Soooooo, you can do smoothies, pates, raw pies, raw cobblers (YUM!) salads (obviously-but just to throw it out there!) different varieties too. You can do an apple beet salad for instance. cauliflower can be ground into rice and it's fabulous with parsnips thrown in, carrots can be juiced and blended, you can do a raw carrot cake, raw carrot muffins etc.
Raw crackers are great for kiddos too. Puddings, shakes, ice cream etc. You can do a raw hummus and give him sliced veggies to dip in it.
My 15 month old loves green smoothies, banana cream pie, apple slices, ice cream, apricot cookies, sushi, and picking off mamas plate. You can definitely get more raw into him if that's your goal. Thanks for joining us!