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What do you serve your child on a regular day?

must be specific you can give the recipe of the item

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Asked by Anonymous at 6:31 PM on Apr. 5, 2010 in Just for Fun

Answers (9)
  • lefty and righty.

    Answer by staciandababy at 6:32 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • Toast with peanut butter and apple slices are a good snack to serve. I also like to give yogurt and give a choice of toppings like banana slices or granola crumbled up or crushed graham crackers. Try to make it as healthy as possible but still yummy.

    Answer by geminisummerz at 6:37 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • Breakfasts are cereal, muffins (homemade), bagels & cream cheese, toast with homemade jam or PB, oatmeal, Malt-O-Meal/Cream of Wheat. Lunches are frequently dinner leftovers, otherwise sandwiches, crackers/cheese/fresh fruit, things of that nature. Dinners are typical dinners, I make 1 meal and everyone eats the same thing.

    Answer by Anonymous at 7:04 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • on most days this is what they eat.

    scrambled eggs & a piece of toast each for juice or sunny delight to drink

    some kind of fruit for a snack ( usually cut up apples, or bananas mixed with strawberries) for a snack ( usually still have drinks left over from breakfast)

    mac and cheese witha corn dog / grilled cheese for lunch ( usually refills on juice or ice tea to drink)

    popcorn or puffcorn for snack

    for dinner we always have a meat ( different ever night), some kind of potatoe or pasta plus an extra veggie as a side ...


    Answer by glamomomo at 7:12 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • breakfast-waffle, eggs over easy w/ bread, toast w/ butter and honey

    lunch-chicken nuggetts, top ramen, soup, fruit, string cheese, etc.

    dinner whatever we make he eats. I make so many different dinner dishes taht im not listing them all

    Answer by NaKeYJaKeYsMoMy at 7:13 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • Breakfast- scrambled eggs with cheese or a whole grain waffle and milk

    Lunch- varies but can be an english muffin pizza, a cheese quesadilla, cheese with fruit and whole wheat crackers or leftovers

    Snacks- yogurt, an apple or orange or pretzels

    Dinner- usually whatever we are eating unless it's too spicy then I will make her something else like speghetti or chicken. She always has at least one serving of fresh veggies with dinner.

    She only drinks either watered down juice, milk or plain water.

    Answer by coppersoul at 8:07 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • breakfast - cereal, fruit, juice, and yogurt or some sort of bread (English muffin or toast or a bagel)

    lunch - varies, everything from sandwiches or lunchables or mac and cheese, usually with a fruit or veggie of some sort and milk

    dinner - highly varies, usually meat and a veggie or salad, and then potatoes or pasta or another side veggie or some crockpot concotion

    Answer by Anonymous at 12:55 AM on Apr. 6, 2010

  • BREAKFAST- omelette (sp?) of scrambled egg, cheese, lunch meat, green onion and mushroom. Or homemade whole grain waffle with berry flavored cream cheese. Or oatmeal with berries.

    LUNCH- Tuna melt, Black beans/corn/chicken all mixed together with some taco spice, turkey burger with grated carrots mixed in, soup, english muffin veggie pizza, ,or salad with all the fixings

    SNACKS/SIDES: Sweet potatoe fries, carrots, apple slices with cheese, veggie chips, raisins, etc.

    DINNER: Whatever we eat..alot of venison with whole grain pasta, potatoes, always a veggie or spaghetti, tacos, other pasta dishes, meatloaf, salmon fillets, chicken breasts, salads, lasagna....

    Answer by jenellemarie at 1:17 AM on Apr. 6, 2010

  • Um..breakfast is cereal, french toast, or eggs..occasionally pop tarts if we're in a hurry. Lunch is a quesadilla, grilled cheese, pb&j, or a lunchable. Snacks we go through a ton of fruit snacks, goldfish and graham crackers and ridiculous amounts of fruit. (DS seems to go through growth spurts every other week and nibbles constantly) Dinner is usually whatever we are eating meat of some sort, pasta or potato, bread, and veggies. He drinks tons and tons and tons of water, occasionally juice, and if i'm not looking DH will give him a little soda.

    Answer by rockmom346 at 3:28 AM on Apr. 6, 2010

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