I've had a few struggles with my DD and honestly it's been tough. All I do is continue to put stuff I want her to eat on her plate. It's a long shot I know and I often wonder why I bother when the majority gets scraped straight into the bin; but it works with perseverance. For the longest time she refused to eat eggs, even now she prefers scrambled and 50% of the time she won't even eat that when I serve it, but I just keep chugging along in the hopes that she'll eventually eat what I want her to eat.
Her lunch today is tinned tuna (she will most likely eat this, I tell her its chicken, lol) cherry tomatoes (she'll probably just suck the guts out of a couple) a mushroom (she weirdly loves them plain and raw, go figure!) banana bread (depends on her mood) a boiled egg (prob won't eat it, but it's there if she wants it) and some sultanas- she likes those most of the time.
She's 2 and a half and I worry about her school lunch as well as at this stage she refuses to eat sandwiches, just toast :/
I am one who does offer an alternative on most occasions, usually weetbix or toast etc, but I'll wait half an hour or so.WP_20150130_007.jpg