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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

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    What fruit are you offering?
    Banana, blueberries, rock melon whatever we have in the fridge. Last night was black grapes oh dear not good. I just don't know what to give her after dinner now. The bananas make her go crazy so we limit that to mornings haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Banana, blueberries, rock melon whatever we have in the fridge. Last night was black grapes oh dear not good. I just don't know what to give her after dinner now. The bananas make her go crazy so we limit that to mornings haha
    Grapes will be the worst offender, they absorb what they are sprayed with so no amount of washing will clean them, my son use to go hypo, picture a chipmunk on coffee x100 if he had them. Have a look at this website

    http://fedup.com.au/factsheets/suppo...od-intolerance

    Eta I'm not sure on blueberries but they seem pretty similar to grapes.
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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    DS had ravioli pasta (store brought) with homemade bolognaise sauce. A bit of yoghurt, grapes & raspberries.

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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Grapes will be the worst offender, they absorb what they are sprayed with so no amount of washing will clean them, my son use to go hypo, picture a chipmunk on coffee x100 if he had them. Have a look at this website

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    Eta I'm not sure on blueberries but they seem pretty similar to grapes.
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    My toddler had- Curry sausages with mash, rice and steamed veggies!
    My bub had mash, rice and zucchini. I wasn't keen on giving him sausage just yet!

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    My 10mo is having steamed veg rice and boiled chicken breast..

    Still scared to add flavours for some reason.. Mum drilled that into me. No salt or sugar or he won't eat anything else she says

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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

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    My 10mo is having steamed veg rice and boiled chicken breast..

    Still scared to add flavours for some reason.. Mum drilled that into me. No salt or sugar or he won't eat anything else she says
    Add some olive, coconut or flax seed oil to his veggies and add sliced garlic and ginger and fresh coriander (or any herb) to the chicken when its cooking - not only will these things get him used to wonderful fresh flavours but they are also healthy and full of antioxidants

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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

    Not sure yet. I just cooked up a heap of things to last the next few weeks. Maybe coconut chicken. She seems to like that one

    But I want to come to some of your houses for dinner. Especially as its nearly 5 here and I just realise I forgot to get anything out of the freezer before we went out this morning! Oops.

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    Default What's your baby eating for dinner tonight?

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    My 10mo is having steamed veg rice and boiled chicken breast..

    Still scared to add flavours for some reason.. Mum drilled that into me. No salt or sugar or he won't eat anything else she says
    She's not wrong as far as sugar and salt go! When my DD1 was that age she would still eat a variety of flavours, but I never added salt (she's 10 and I still don't!) As a bub and then toddler though, she loved mild curries, garlicky bolognese, cinnamon in egg custards and on stewed fruit, cumin in avo mash etc

    My DD2 has just started solids, dinner was puréed pumpkin and sweet potato, which was a big hit OP, one tip my friend gave me was to check out all the commercial foods for what flavours they have, then make your own version

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    O.m.g ... thank you so so much for this!!
    No worries

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