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    Default Snack ideas for a 1yr & 3yr old please

    Hello all, I'm looking for snack ideas to give to my kids. No nuts or honey.
    What is your child loving at the moment.
    Thank you

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    Also my 4yo has fruit (loves all melons in particular) and vege like cherry tomato, cucumber cut up. She also likes shapes to snack on.

    My 8mo has yoghurt, toast, fruit and vege like carrot sticks to snack on.

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    My almost 4yo DD snacks on yoghurt, fruit, carrot (she prefers a whole carrot rather than cut up), cucumber, cheese, crackers with cream cheese, occasional treats like biscuits.

    11mo DS likes chunky cucumber sticks, fruit (mostly puréed at the moment unless it's really soft/easy like water melon), rice rusks or baby rice snacks. He still has 3 bottles a day and 3 meals a day so he doesn't snack that much at the moment. We're slowly introducing dairy into his diet.

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    Default Snack ideas for a 1yr & 3yr old please

    Rice cakes with avocado /almond butter
    Goji berries
    Crackers /veggie sticks and dip or cheese
    Boiled eggs
    Popcorn ( air popped but not for 1 year old)
    Zucchini slice in mini muffin tins
    Olives/cheese/cherry tomatoes

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    following for ideas

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    Cauliflower fritters
    Pikelets

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    Corn cobs
    Eggs
    Dip with veg sticks
    Apple pikelets
    Fruit
    Biscuits with cream cheese or avocado
    Muffin "pizzas"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Rice cakes with avocado /almond butter
    Goji berries
    Crackers /veggie sticks and dip or cheese
    Boiled eggs
    Popcorn ( air popped but not for 1 year old)
    Zucchini slice in mini muffin tins
    Olives/cheese/cherry tomatoes
    Yes. I've don't the zucchini slice. I'm sure you posted a recipe also.
    I looked for the Goji berries, are they in a brownish packet in the cereal or baking aisle. Can't remember now.

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    They have pancakes for breakfast with coconut milk, and banana mashed in it.

    They eat fruit / fruit puree
    Salmon
    Mac n cheese
    Zucchini slice
    Pasta
    No biscuits or sweets
    Toast
    Scrambled eggs.
    I think I want them to have "meal" like snacks


 

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