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    Default Frozen veg & my 2.5yo

    Are frozen veg ok to give my 2.5yo?She strangely will eat a handful of mixed frozen veg over the veg I prepare for the rest of us.Is there anything bad in them?Are there better brands to get? At the moment I'm preferring her eat those than none at all!I think she likes the mixed colours and variety!

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    Default Frozen veg & my 2.5yo

    Check the ingredients to see if there's any additives. If its just frozen veg then nutritionally it's probably a good snack to have but the thing I'd be worried about it is being small frozen pieces that they might pose a choking hazard?

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    She's 2.5 years old so I'm not worried about chocking as I'm with her anyway I'll check The labels!

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    Great snack!

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    I'm asking more as a side to her meat dinners?

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    Default Frozen veg & my 2.5yo

    My 9 month old is really keen on frozen veg, I figured there's no reason not to give it to him

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    Get the snap frozen ones... They would be more nutritious than a lot of what you would get from the "fresh" section of the supermarket.
    Last edited by Ladybear; 14-08-2012 at 19:48.

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    Default Frozen veg & my 2.5yo

    My DD is 25 months and has frozen or raw vegies whenever we have cooked ones. She hates them soft or warm so if DH and I have peas corn and carrots I give her frozen peas and corn and raw carrots.

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    Default Frozen veg & my 2.5yo

    I just try to buy australian ones, we only buy peas and corn cobs though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    I just try to buy australian ones, we only buy peas and corn cobs though.
    Agree! I was looking for frozen spinach the other day and the 3 they had in stock were all from Norway?


 

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