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    Default Snacks for 10 month old etc!

    Hey everyone!
    My daughter is 10 & 1/2 months old!
    & I'm looking at new food to try with her, and some ideas for snacks through the day

    At the moment she is still having about 4 sometimes 5 bottles a day!
    And a whole vitabrit for breakfast about an hour after her first bottle!
    She has a banana, she likes cruskets with Vegemite she also likes toast sometimes too!

    For lunch she usually has a big jar of banana custard, or strawberry rice or yogurt! As she loves these & dinner she usually has veggies!

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated !!!'

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    Subscribing!! I was going to write something similar for my 8 and a half month old!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amiexox View Post
    Hey everyone!
    My daughter is 10 & 1/2 months old!
    & I'm looking at new food to try with her, and some ideas for snacks through the day

    At the moment she is still having about 4 sometimes 5 bottles a day!
    And a whole vitabrit for breakfast about an hour after her first bottle!
    She has a banana, she likes cruskets with Vegemite she also likes toast sometimes too!

    For lunch she usually has a big jar of banana custard, or strawberry rice or yogurt! As she loves these & dinner she usually has veggies!

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated !!!'
    I'd be cutting out the custard, strawberry rice and yoghurt and leaving these for a snack or dessert, i(or not at all would be even better!) It's not a great lunch for a baby.
    Lunch should be veggies as well.
    Why not try steamed veggies (broccoli, corn, peas, pumpkin, etc) that she can pick up herself.
    You can also introduce steamed chicken and red meat.
    Cooked pasta, 4 bean mix, organic/salt reduced baked beans. Try lots more fruit as well watermelon, cantaloupe, pear, avocado.
    Make your own hommous or other "dips" to spread on cruskits. Piece of cheese (check ingredients first)
    Make "stews" and have with lentils, mashed potato.
    Savory pancakes, muffins, scones.
    Banana bread, (no sugar)
    Tuna patties, mini meatballs etc etc


 

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