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    Default Food Ideas for toddlers

    I feel like I am running out of ideas for food to give DD. I think she is getting bored! What snacks, lunch ideas can you share?

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    I don't have any toddlers anymore but these were faves here when I did!
    Baby sushi
    Homemade sausage rolls
    French toast
    Mini pots of hommus or sour cream and chunks of soft cooked veggies, or cucumber, capsicum etc or chicken strips etc for dunking

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    Toasted sandwich always a winner here
    Mini quiches
    Meatballs
    Lasagna
    Pasta
    Homemade Chicken Nuggets or strips
    I do a mean homemade Mac n cheese with hidden veg (in the thermo)
    Another favourite is soup with those little alphabet pasta made from spelt

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    Oh and pikletes too.
    I used to make pikletes in the shape of letters and spell their names on their plates.

    Clearly I had too much time on my hands

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    Omelettes are good, you can add whatever you want to them.
    Bubble & squeak
    Pancakes


 

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