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    What are your best, easiest snacks for little ones? I'm looking for easy ideas on things to take with us when we are out and about. My girls are one.

    Right now it's fruit, rice cakes, cheese, sultanas and banana pikelets. Is there anything else that's easy to grab?

    Also, when can bubs munch on raw veg like carrot? I've avoided this for fear of choking.

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    I make mini quiches, banana bread, muffins. My 20 month old also loves dried fruit so things like sultanas, dried banana, dates. Also crackers and cheese. Hard boiled egg. Sandwiches.

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    I gave DS raw carrot - and apples ( whole small ones are better than you cutting them up) from about 14 months when he had about 8 teeth so he could bite/gnaw off appropriate size bites himself

    For snacks I used to just take bananas, apples, mandarins or cut up cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, olives and if it were for lunch I'd add boiled egg , cheese or mini falafels or I used to make chicken or fish nuggets

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    My DD likes cruskits with cream cheese or vegemite, I make them into a 'sandwich' to take out with us so that they're not messy in my bag.

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    Peanut butter. (If no allergies) on anything really. I buy the kraft no added salt and sugar one for my dd. she loves it as a snack. Also cheese sticks or stringers is good. Yogurt pouch. Or popcorn (the air popped one)
    Fruit is always a winner too.

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