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    Default What do you feed.....

    Your 9.5 month old for breakfast lunch and dinner and snacks?

    I'm getting stuck for fun ideas. And need to bring in some variety!
    Usually we do something like this and alternate. He pretty much can eat anything. Even though he has NO teeth. Also We are vegetarians and he often will have meat replacements with us.

    Bfast- weetbix or whole meal toast with Vegemite. Some times some banana.

    Lunch - strawberries, banana, pear, yogurt, cruskits, cheese or a sandwich. or a mixture of all.

    Dinner- what ever we have OR mashed pumpkin, potato, cauliflower, sweet potato, pasta with veggie mince and veggies, cottage pie.

    Snacks is usually fruit or crackers or a muffin.

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    Default What do you feed.....

    Brekky - quinoa porridge with fruit
    Egg pancake ( omelette)
    Banana pancakes
    Baked beans

    Lunch- Rice cakes with avo or nut
    Butters
    Falafel
    Veggie nuggets
    Corn cakes

    Dinner. Veggie frittata
    Mudgedara ( lentil rice)
    Dahl
    Pizza
    Pasta with spinach/cheese or pesto or tomato sauce

    Try and mix up a variety of fruit /veg - kiwi fruit, orange, grapes, mango, eggplant, asparagus, corn, capsicum

    Snacks- cucumber or bread sticks with tzatiki, hummus, guacamole
    Antipasto - olives, cherry tomatoes, feta
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    Breakfast
    Porridge with pears
    Toast with avocado or butter
    Baked Beans - either dumped on the tray or smushed on toast
    Eggs

    Lunch
    Cucumber sticks
    Yoghurt
    Sandwiches
    Cold steamed veg
    Asparagus

    Dinner
    Vegie mash
    Meat strips
    Pear mash


 

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