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    At about 2 I started to let DD have chocolate. She's allowed the occasionally hot chip. But tbh We never have take away and if we do it's a sandwich. DD has a lot of allergies and me and DH are vegans so options are limited regardless.

    I'm not overly strict. I will make her sweet treats like cupcakes or pudding but I don't buy processed/packet foods at all really.

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    I will add DD didn't ever get cake at her 1st birthday. She had not eaten anything other then a cooked meal from scratch at that age. She didn't even try cake till she was almost 2.


 

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