What do you feed your toddlers for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks? I feel like I'm in a rut and feeding them the same things: hot dogs, macaroni & cheese, grilled cheese, chicken nuggets...they are not big on fruits and veggies although I try to introduce them..they wind up on the floor. I need some new ideas!!Answer Question
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Answer by Anonymous at 7:43 AM on Jun. 24, 2008
My original reply was too long to post, so I'll PM it to you!
Here is an example of what we (me and my son) ate yesterday:
Breakfast : Waffles and eggs. My son also ate a little bit of yogurt with strawberries because he was still hungry.
Lunch : Leftovers from the night before which was chicken cooked in spices (chili powder, hot sauce, paprika and a little onion powder) and yellow rice.
Dinner : (we went out with the in-laws) Fish and french fries. He also ate some of my steak and bites of his father's macademia crusted fish.
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