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    I have a 16 month old who Im trying to move on to more decent meals. I'd love to see what others are giving this age group. Is there anyone out there?!!

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    I'm hearing you. My 22 month old is living on packet puréed food and crackers at the moment. He used to eat almost anything I put in front of him. Now I have to sneak so much in.
    I'm putting it down to a combo of age, asserting independence and teething.

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    Salmon sausage rolls adapted from Elijah's mum's recipe. DS ate a small piece then broke them apart to eat just the crust.

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    Lunch, pasta with brussel sprouts, olives, lemon juice and nutritional yeast

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    Dinner, noodles with broccoli, mushroom, zucchini and tofu-tempeh.

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    Taking advantage of DDs nap to make the filling for tonight's dinner. It's creamy chicken and mushroom with green beans. I'm thinking vol-au-vents because I couldn't be bothered making pie pastry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
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    Yum!! I want this lol

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    Yum I havent had vol au vents for ages! Might have to make them soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
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    What a great idea! Thanks Cue:thumbup:

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    The starter:

    Peas, corn, pumpkin, broc & cauli! Messy goodness

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    The main started off looking like this:
    Chicken sausage, mash and tomato...

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    And ended up like this............ !

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