I have been breaking my back making a different dinner for my ds to what we are having everynight because our diet doesn't really suit his (spicy foods etc) but I am willing to forfeit the spicy exotic foods for the easy option of making a dinner that suits all 3 of us. There are some nights that he will have the same as us but my cooking skills aren't very broad and I want to change them up a bit and make it more interesting. Just wondering if anyone has a weekly schedule or recipes (or both) of what they make everynight that suits parents and toddler. I have a recipe book but those recipes only really suit bub not us I want something to suit all of us.
P.s he can chew up most things like veges, mince and fish but chicken and steak are a bit difficult for him is there anyway to make it easier for him to chew without making it into puree? I am paranoid about choking!
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22-03-2012 11:41 #1
Trying to make life easier. Ideas please?
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25-03-2012 08:06 #3
When my girls were younger I used to just put their food aside before I added the sauce or spices etc.
Actually, I still do with some things. Like chilli beef where I will cook it up and pull out theirs before I add the chilli and beans for us.
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