The answer to this question is not straightforward. The FDA has not approved imitation crab meat for toddlers. There is no scientific evidence to prove that imitation crab meat is safe for toddlers to eat. But some parents have tried it and found out that their children don’t seem to be allergic or suffer any side effects.
Imitation crab meat is a type of seafood that is made from processed fish. It is usually used as an ingredient in dishes such as sushi and sashimi.
It has a mild, sweet flavor and it can be stored for a long time without going bad. Imitation crab meat is often found in canned foods, which makes it easy to store and transport.
In conclusion, the answer to this question can only be answered by trial and error and by observing your child’s reactions after eating the imitation crab meat.