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    My 16 month old usually has:

    Breakfast: toast with avo or vegemite

    Lunch: sandwich often with cheese avo or hommus and cucumber

    Dinner: whatever we have, pasta, stirfry, curry, meat (chicken & vegie balls, pie, lamb cutlets, roast) & 3-4 vegies.

    If I have time we might have a fried egg or hash brown on toast for breaky. Or a zuchinni & cheese omelette for lunch.

    Eta: snacks might be cheese stick, dried or fresh fruit, vegie sticks, baby apple bar. We often have yogurt or fruit for "dessert".

    Does your dd have enough finger food? I think at 1 years old if you haven't already is get her feeding herself as much as possible. Messy but they get so much from it. We did blw so its only since about 1 years old that ds has had some purees (ie. Mashed potato at dinner).
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    The hash brown recipe we use is:

    1 small sweet potato (or 2-3 normal potatos)
    1 egg lightly beaten
    Salt to taste (recipe said 1/2 tsp but I use less)
    2 tbsp oil

    Grate potato and squeeze out as much liquid as you can. Mix with egg and salt. Heat oil in pan and fry both sides until golden (makes about 6).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    My 16 month old usually has:

    Breakfast: toast with avo or vegemite

    Lunch: sandwich often with cheese avo or hommus and cucumber

    Dinner: whatever we have, pasta, stirfry, curry, meat (chicken & vegie balls, pie, lamb cutlets, roast) & 3-4 vegies.

    If I have time we might have a fried egg or hash brown on toast for breaky. Or a zuchinni & cheese omelette for lunch.

    Eta: snacks might be cheese stick, dried or fresh fruit, vegie sticks, baby apple bar. We often have yogurt or fruit for "dessert".

    Does your dd have enough finger food? I think at 1 years old if you haven't already is get her feeding herself as much as possible. Messy but they get so much from it. We did blw so its only since about 1 years old that ds has had some purees (ie. Mashed potato at dinner).
    Yes, I give her finger food. She's usually fussy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    The hash brown recipe we use is:

    1 small sweet potato (or 2-3 normal potatos)
    1 egg lightly beaten
    Salt to taste (recipe said 1/2 tsp but I use less)
    2 tbsp oil

    Grate potato and squeeze out as much liquid as you can. Mix with egg and salt. Heat oil in pan and fry both sides until golden (makes about 6).
    Thanks for that. So easy. Will have to make these up myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    My girl hates weet bix, wonder what I'm doing wrong
    We don't do cereal , DS sometimes has porridge but normally always has eggs of some kind ( scrambled/poached/fried/boiled or omelette) or toast and avocado or nut butters or banana pancakes - would your DD eat boiled eggs? Easy to prepare , very healthy and great finger food

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    14 months

    B. cereal

    MT. Yoghurt and 2 strawberries

    L. Meat, spinach, peas, cheese.
    Or
    potato, peas, rice, cheese
    50 mls cows milk

    AT Banana or avo

    D. Same as lunch

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    My DD is 16mths and she basically has:

    Breakfast
    - porridge then fruit (has this most days), occasionally a piece of fruit toast

    Morning / afternoon tea
    - yoghurt
    - fruit
    - cucumber / carrot / celery / cherry toms with hummus dip or tzatziki dip
    - cheese and crackers

    Lunch
    - sandwich (mainly avo)
    - piece of zucchini slice
    - homemade nuggets
    - scrambled eggs
    - homemade sausage roll
    - 'deconstructed' salad
    - pasta with cheese

    Dinner is basically whatever we are having so she eat mild curries, steak, casseroles, roast veges, pasta, lasagne, fish, prawns etc. So far there is nothing she doesn't like. I have a stock of baby sized portions (just leftovers from our meals in smaller bags) in the freezer in case DH & I are having a lazy night she will still have a meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    We don't do cereal , DS sometimes has porridge but normally always has eggs of some kind ( scrambled/poached/fried/boiled or omelette) or toast and avocado or nut butters or banana pancakes - would your DD eat boiled eggs? Easy to prepare , very healthy and great finger food
    She wouldn't eat boiled eggs.....she loves avocado

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    Breakfast - 1 or 2 bananas
    Lunch - sandwich, crackers, cheese, mandarin
    Dinner - whatever we are eating

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    Dd is 11 mo.

    Breakfast- Vegemite toast, porridge or scrambled eggs

    Lunch - tasting plate with things like egg, chicken, ham, cucumber, homemade yoghurt drops, carrot, mandarin

    Dinner - family meal

    Snacks are rice risks, crackers, cheese sticks or fruit.


 

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