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    I make a sneaky veg pasta sauce which I also use as a pizza sauce. It's just whatever veg u like usually I roast them, canned tomatoes and grated apple. I blend till its a smooth puree. My girls love it.

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    No help at all but my 5 yr old tells everyone who might ever feed him that he is allergic to vegetables!! He is very odd, he'll try any variety / texture of fruit but add in a random piece of veg not only will he know, he'll gag at the sight of it!!

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    If he's eating well at daycare you're having a very big win.
    My kids are all super fussy.
    You can buy vege pasta, it is different colours though. My daughter refused it based on that!
    I wouldn't stress it too much. Toddlers have fussy eating phases.
    Sometimes they can even use food as a power struggle if they see it's getting a response.

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    Default Fail-safe fussy toddler dinner ideas

    My eldest didn't eat properly till he was 5.

    It took a lot of patience with him to just go with the flow. In saying that he has always loved pesto so I used to blend up broccoli and add it to the pesto. Lamb cutlets are also a winner in our house.

    None of my kids are spag Bol till 3 - it's textural I believe, perhaps your DS is similar?

    I'm on to ds3 now who was a champ up until 2 and now is on an 'air only' diet but he's happy and healthy so I'm not wasting time worrying about it.

    It's very easy to worry, but if he's healthy and as active as you say he is, he sounds perfect

    Keep offering and eventually he'll start eating.

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