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    Default What is your 1 yr old eating at B, L & D.

    Hi all, I'm struggling a little with my 1 year old and need meal/snack ideas.

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    Breakfast- Weetbix with full cream milk, or a banana, or toast with peanut butter or avocado spread, or scrambled eggs.

    Lunch- Toasted cheese sandwich, or macaroni cheese, or homemade soup, or tuna or egg sandwich on rye bread, or zucchini slice.

    Dinner- Whatever we're having, or steamed rice and veggies. Small tub of yoghurt for dessert.

    Snacks- Baby MumMum Rice Rusks, or rice cakes, or grapes, or Cruskit with cheese spread, or pikelets.
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    Default What is your 1 yr old eating at B, L & D.

    Breakfast is weetbix with natural yoghurt, vegemite/peanut butter toast or a plain omelette.

    Lunch could be a sandwich, leftovers (if it's baby friendly ie not spicy). Chicken and steamed vegies (I buy a BBQ chicken (skin removed) from the supermarket, steam vegies in the rice cooker and he smashes the lot)!

    Dinner whatever we're having, chicken and vegies, sometimes just vegies, very rarely he'll have tinned baby food on nights I'm teaching and can't organise myself.

    I've also found felafel is good and vegie fritters.

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    My girl hates weet bix, wonder what I'm doing wrong

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    I wonder if my girl is having enough during the day....
    She has 2 purees filled with veggies and meats
    Yogurt twice a day
    Avocado
    Cheese
    Cows twice formula 1 or 2 times
    And depending what we have
    She might lunch on toast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    My girl hates weet bix, wonder what I'm doing wrong
    Nobody here eats weetbix.

    Have you tried puffed rice or organic corn flakes. Porridge, baked beans, eggs andhomemade hash browns(oven baked) Are also all great breakfast foods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    Nobody here eats weetbix.

    Have you tried puffed rice or organic corn flakes. Porridge, baked beans, eggs andhomemade hash browns(oven baked) Are also all great breakfast foods.
    Hash browns? Might need to look recipe up. Porridge I think the texture she wouldn't like. I need to keep trying

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    Do you do the "try each food 10 times" thing? Apparently children can take up to 10 times to become used to a new food.

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    Breakfast - multigrain toast, yoghurt with fresh raspberries, pancakes or fruit.

    Lunch - usually a tasting plate with chicken, cheese, carrot, fruit. Sometimes left overs.

    Dinner - what ever we are having. Fish, roast, vegetables, Mexican, thai, stirfry, salmon.

    Snacks - fruit, cheese, yoghurt, crackers, yoghurt coated sultanas.

    DD is allergic to eggs, strawberry and kiwi. No fussiness and no milk.

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    Mines almost 14 months...

    Breakfast:
    Weetbix or whatever cereal we have sometimes mixed with yogurt
    Fruit
    Toast
    Crumpets
    English muffins
    Pikelets

    Lunch:
    Pasta
    Baked beans/spaghetti
    Toast/sandwich roll with cheese and vegemite/ham and cheese or chicken
    Corn on the cob and chicken
    Soup
    Egg on toast or hard boiled egg

    Dinner:
    Meat/chicken/fish with veg and mash
    Pasta

    He eats anything we eat there's only a few things he doesn't like.


 

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