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What do you feed your one yr old for breakfast, lunch and dinner?

My baby just turned 10 months but she eats most of the things we are already eating just in small cut up peices so I'm trying to get some good meal ideas and or even snacks as well.

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Asked by LANDENSMOMMYlmk at 2:42 PM on Feb. 12, 2011 in Toddlers (1-2)

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  • For breakfat my 16 month old has oatmeal, yogurt, dry cereal, or a poptart if im in a rush. For lunch he really likes easy mac and some peas. ( they sell little cans that last him a few meals) and for dinner he usually eats what we eat.

    For snacks he usually has some kind of cracker ( goldfish, cheez-its etc.) or yogurt.. fruit cut into small bites( they also have gerber graduates fruit and veggie chunks)

    Answer by kaitilala at 3:38 PM on Feb. 12, 2011

  • My 18 month old has always eaten best in the mornings, so I go full on with breakfast! I usually give 2 of any of the following: eggs with spinach or broccoli (chopped very fine), oatmeal with blueberries or carrots and raisins (like in carrot cake), waffles with almond butter, french toast, pancake made with bananas and walnuts (blended into a paste), buttered toast.

    I chop/shred/puree the fruits and veggies ahead of time and keep them in the freezer (ice-cube sized portions) to make mornings easier. And I'll usually make a big batch of pancakes or french toast and freeze them, so one morning's work can last us 2-3 weeks.

    Meals/snacks: chicken nuggets, garden burgers with cheese, PB&J, grilled cheese, cheese pizza, fish nuggets, tuna melts, soup, yogurt, quesadillas, muffins... I'm blanking on what else... (weirdly enough my son does NOT like any pasta)

    Answer by Sebbiemama at 9:07 PM on Feb. 12, 2011

  • Breakfast my 17month old has, toast with butter, or peanut butter and jelly sometimes, or cinnamon toast with creamof wheat, oat meal, she loves banans or any sort of fruit, I give her healthy whole grain cereals such as chex, life, or cheerios, sometimes she loves to eat grape nuts that's warmed up with just a little sugar/ organic sugar. scrambbled eggs, whole wheat organic waffles, with sugar free syrup lightly poured on top with unsalted tilamoonk butter. She likes flavored oat meal too, sometimes I will give her a few crackers in the morning with 100 % juice/ and milk. Dried fruits, apple sauce, yogert/ vanilla nancy's brand low fat yogert with granola in it.

    Lunch she will eat any left overs diced up and easy to eat,epegtti, pastas, crackers, fruits, vegtables in a can all diced up, we make grilled cheese and tomato soup or a healthy soup. Chicken patties, mangerine oranges, Garden burgers, and home-made sauce.

    Answer by Hesmynavyman at 2:21 AM on Feb. 13, 2011

  • She eats just about anything for lunch as she does for dinner whatever we eat,

    sometimes bacon, sasuage, eggs easy upside down/ and scrambled, freanch toast, waffles, home-made chillie, regular canned chillie, spegetii o's ravilis, hot pockets, pizza, chicken pot pie, chicken nuggets pudding yogert apple sauce any sort of fruit or vegtable that's soft and easy to chew in tiny bite sizes. She eats inchilladas toco's nacho's , we have all sorts of meals, speggetii, meat loaff, there are tons of recipes out there look at some. go to google and type in toddler recipes.

    Snacks we have granola bars, breakfast bars, crackers, sometimes a cookie, or ice cream once in a while, she eats a sandwhich, or she will have a healthy pudding, or fruit, graham crackers frosting/ or peanut butter, she loves marshmellows, and she eats oatmeal and cream of wheat a lot, she also loves applesuace berry/ blue berry

    Answer by Hesmynavyman at 2:25 AM on Feb. 13, 2011

  • She likes green smoothies.

    Spiniach leaves cut up diced, with a fruit, water,/milk, and lemon juice added/ just a teaspoon of organic sugar and some lime or lemon zest then you blend it up it's good, you can add crushed ice. That way your toddler is getting their vegtable nurition and fruit intake. My daughter loves them

    Answer by Hesmynavyman at 2:27 AM on Feb. 13, 2011

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