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my 15 month DD is being a little difficult at the moment for lunch idea's...she's gone right off fruit, and bread, no sammies or toast!
At the moment, I'm giving her boiled egg 1-2 per week, 2 min noodles 1-2 times per week, left overs from dinner, I'm not really sure what else i can give her to make sure she will last to dinner time, and that is healthy! I dont want to keep giving her noodles - its not very healthy! Does anyone have any good suggestions? thanks :)
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Friday, 23 May 2008 12:31 p.m.
Friday, 23 May 2008 8:52 p.m.
Both my boys love having frozen veges, straight out of the freezer. It's good for a quick snack or as a side. Not sure what the novelty is about them, but all my friends kids seem to enjoy them when they come too!
Friday, 23 May 2008 5:44 p.m.
My son loves tuna (especially the tomato flavoured one) so I mix half a small tin with a heap of veges (mixed veges, spinach and brocolli) and some pasta and he'll happily eat it all up. He's also gone off sandwiches and toast, though he's happily munching on fruit toast tonight for tea. I've found that he'll eat more for lunch then tea and he's more willing to try new things and eat veges at lunch time. Tea's are very simple meals of things I know he'll eat. Less stress when you're trying to organise the families meal to.
Friday, 23 May 2008 1:00 p.m.
hey, my 14 month old love yoghurt, rice crackers, raisens, cheese, soup. hope thats a little help
Friday, 23 May 2008 12:59 p.m.
Mini pizzas you make yourself - burger buns halves (freeze them) and topped with grated veges and cheese (good way of getting the veges in!)
Pita bread 'chips' (cut into shapes and bake) with dipping things like hummus and salsa
'Kebabs' - tomato, cubed cheese, apple, prunes etc on an ice-block stick (I used to put all my DD1's food on sticks when she decdied she was in a fussy faze - worked a atreat!)
Cooked penne pasta with some pesto mixed through...
Friday, 23 May 2008 12:42 p.m.
My DD went through that stage for a couple of months. I ended up going back to baby food coz thats what she wanted. I also did spaghetti or made home made pizza. She also liked fish fingers and fish cakes.
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