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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBug'sMum View Post
    I have bought those Annabel Karmel things from the freezer section of Coles, my DS is 9 months and can eat the meatball ones- he likes the beef and veges. They're kind of like a meatball but really finely minced and in a shape that makes it easier for them to pick up.
    I've tried these too. DD refused them annoyingly.
    But they are also easy to make as well. Meatballs or burgers patties are another good option as he progresses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Great tips I haven't tried risotto because he doesn't like rice! But I will try it!
    He might not even realise that it's rice if it's soft enough. Hopefully he likes it, there's so much you can put in it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    He might not even realise that it's rice if it's soft enough. Hopefully he likes it, there's so much you can put in it!
    Yes. I don't think my daughter realizes. I cook risotto and she usually eats it. Though the lumpy texture can sometimes put her off. I make this one with garlic and creme freche and she likes it. Sometimes kids with sensory issues actually like lots of flavor as it helps their mouth recognize the food iykwim.
    Risotto is a great idea.
    I keep meaning to try making arancini as they would be easy to pick up and eat.

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    I do tuna rice balls which are literally tuna , cooked rice, fresh or dried herbs, chia seeds, grated tasty cheese and an egg then roll in rice or bread crumbs and pan fry or bake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I do tuna rice balls which are literally tuna , cooked rice, fresh or dried herbs, chia seeds, grated tasty cheese and an egg then roll in rice or bread crumbs and pan fry or bake
    That sounds good. Can you make them and freeze them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    That sounds good. Can you make them and freeze them?
    Yep - I used to make big batches for DS when he was a baby, you can use salmon as well and add really any veggies - as a baby I made them more in a croquet longer shape so they were easier to hold - great finger food lunches or dinners when you go out or to other people's houses and your not sure if there will be appropriate food for babies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Yep - I used to make big batches for DS when he was a baby, you can use salmon as well and add really any veggies - as a baby I made them more in a croquet longer shape so they were easier to hold - great finger food lunches or dinners when you go out or to other people's houses and your not sure if there will be appropriate food for babies
    Thank you. It's a great idea. I'm going to try it.


 

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