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    Nomsie- I do the same sort of thing with my girls.

    Also for dinner, I will serve it in courses. The other day I gave them carrot sticks first, then a small bowl of frozen peas and corn, then a couple of steamed broccoli florets each, then some mashed potato and sausage. They ate every last bit, but if I had have given it to them all on the same plate, probably just the sausage and potato would have been eaten.

    My girls both love fresh dates, corn thins with peanut butter, dry cereal like nutrigrain, muffins (banana or apple) and I make a great anzac slice. Also popcorn or pretzels are a special treat. They like carrot sticks with hommus, raw beans and snow peas, banana, strawberries and blueberries, pita bread wraps with avocado, cheese and ham.

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    These are all great ideas.

    I think that most toddlers are fussy, and most of us parents are going grey because of it!

    Mine is super fussy, but one thing I can always usually count on is sushi,
    Good luck and as my friend says, they all go through stages, with their food you just have to keep trying xx

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    Feeling like a pretty crappo mum right now after reading this thread.

    Everything Hayden eats is store bought.

    Rice cakes with cheese, Crackers, Fruit, Sandwhiches, cereals, custards, yoghurts, veggies with hommus or other dips, snack packets of chips from the health food aisle, muesli bars etc...

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    My 3yo eats

    Sandwiches
    Baked beans with toast
    Soup with toast or bread
    Left overs, spaggetti, macoroni etc
    Cheesy toast
    French toast
    Boiled egg
    Omelette cut into squares.

    Platter of vegie sticks with hummus
    All kinds of fruit chopped up
    Crackers, sakatas, cruskits, salada's, rice thins etc
    Sultana's, dried apricots, dried banana's
    Yogurt
    Smoothies
    Baked stuff, muffins, cake, biscuits etc

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    i struggle with this now too my kids used to eat almost everythign and now are super picky.

    for lunches we enjoy

    quiche
    Sandwiches
    ham and cheese cubes
    toasted sandwiches (usually just cheese then it can't be picked off lol)
    homemade hash browns with sweet potatos
    fritters
    savory pancakes
    baked beans
    pasta
    mac and cheese

    they love to snack on sugar snap peas, cucumber, capsicum, carrot sticks with hommus, cheerio (the cereal) watermelon, pear, apple all fruit i guess


 

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