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Can u please send me sample menus of what your 17 month old eats/drinks on a daily basis

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TaylorBuz

Asked by TaylorBuz at 9:36 PM on Dec. 28, 2008 in Toddlers (1-2)

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  • Home made pizza with veggies and veggy cheese
    Home made bread sticks, sometimes with cheese inside
    Potato soup
    Quesadillas with home made (with a packet from the store) guacamole
    Bread and butter
    Spaghetti with sauce, cut up in a bowl.
    Home made pancakes

    That's all I can think of at the moment. Message me for recipes :)
    Autumn22

    Answer by Autumn22 at 9:43 PM on Dec. 28, 2008

  • My son is 16 months, but I'm guessing that's close enough.


    Breakfast: one waffle toasted or still frozen he likes either way, some kind of fruit, maybe half an apple or a can of peaches


    Lunch: some sort of meat, usually chicken turkey or ground beef... sometimes I do frozen chicken nuggets or meat balls but not usuallyone fruit, he loves grapes canned fruit or fresh apples or pears even oranges sometimesone veggie, fozen peas are his favorite, but he also loves green beans and squashone starch, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, an English muffin or some bread


    MAUREEN55

    Answer by MAUREEN55 at 9:48 PM on Dec. 28, 2008

  • Dinner: whatever we have, similar to lunch with protien fruit and veggiesat dinner he also usually eats a whole wheat roll

    He also nurses twice a day and drinks one sippy of cows milk and a few of watered down juice or plain water. He eats a snack or two in between meals, usually crackers or bread.


    We've worked hard to avoid sweets and fatty foods. Hope this helps

    MAUREEN55

    Answer by MAUREEN55 at 9:48 PM on Dec. 28, 2008

  • He also loves pasta. I cook a whole box then put it on a sheet pan to freeze. I spread them out so they don't freeze in one big clump. When they're frozen I move them to a ziplock. Then I can give him a handful at any meal. He'll eat them right from the freezer, he loves it!

    MAUREEN55

    Answer by MAUREEN55 at 9:50 PM on Dec. 28, 2008

  • Today he had little scrambled egg caserole, part of a banana and a yogert with water for breakfast

    Lunch he had Gerber graduates organic raviolis and baby food carrots (for some reason, the only veggies he will eat lately are baby food, nothing doing for the fresh, frozen, steamed or boiled) and an applesauce

    Dinner was roast beef with a couple bites of steamed veggies, mashed potatoes and yes, more raviolis. with a cookie for desert

    Through out eh day he drinks lots of water, some organic whole cow's milk and occasionally 50/50 juice. He had an oatmeal rasin cookie and a little fresh pineapple for snack earlier.

    Hope that helps
    ohhbaby

    Answer by ohhbaby at 10:01 PM on Dec. 28, 2008

  • Breakfast is either : Eggs & cut up bannana or Oatmeal with the gerber bannana mixed in it or Tiast with jelly & butter & cut up apple

    Lunch: Grill cheese on one slice of toast cut up with a fruit or Pastina with ricotta & spinach or meat from night b4 usually ckicken or I go to stop & shop buy the rotissare thats good for like 3 days

    Dinner: What ever family is having Pasta, ckicken, or mashpotatoes, or ravioliw/ sauce
    FRANCINE818

    Answer by FRANCINE818 at 11:52 PM on Dec. 28, 2008

  • My boys have always eaten whatever we ate since they were 9 months. (with the exception of the foods obviously held back for possible reactions...peanut butter, nuts, seafood, etc)

    Breakfasts....cereal, oatmeal, pancakes, waffles, french toast, sausage, fruit, toast w/ topping and milk

    Morning snack...juice/water mix and bagel, fruitbar, graham crackers, or granola bar, etc...

    Lunch...sandwich, ravioli, spaghettios, crackers, cheese, fruit and milk

    Afternoon snack...juice/water mix and some kind of snack cracker, popcorn or other snack food

    Supper...beef, pork, chicken or turkey meat...a pasta, rice of potato dish of some sort...a vegetable of some sort...fruit and milk


    TiccledBlue

    Answer by TiccledBlue at 5:59 AM on Dec. 29, 2008

  • My son is 13months.

    Breakfast-Either 1 waffle cut up w/ syrup, or 3 french toast sticks, or 1 slice of french toast cut up w/ a whole egg soaked into it served w/ syrup, 1 pancake, and he always takes bites of our cereal as we are eating too.

    Lunch-chicken nuggets, Top ramen (We break it up small before we cook it, and when its done we let it set for a little while to cool and then drain the water) he loves it. Quesadillas, and that's pretty much all he'll eat for lunch

    Dinner-If he can eat what we are eating that is what he gets, if not he'll usually have some mac&Cheese. Like tonight, we are having Spaghetti, and sometimes he likes it sometimes he dosen't so if he won't eat it, we'll just make him some mac and cheese.

    Hope this helps
    ClvDandJ

    Answer by ClvDandJ at 10:50 AM on Dec. 29, 2008

  • oh and for drinks (he no longer has a bottle at all)and snacks, he has-

    a full sippy cup of cows milk w/ breakfast and dinner

    a full sippy cup of "mots for tots" apple juice/water mix w/ his snack

    he has his snack between lunch and dinner, which is usually some gerber fruit snacks, or those gerber puffs.

    And around 7 o'clock we fill up a sippy cup of milk again and let him drink as much as he wants before he goes to bed at 8
    ClvDandJ

    Answer by ClvDandJ at 11:06 AM on Dec. 29, 2008

  • My 20 mont old eats 3-4 meals a day with two snacks. Keep in mind this child is an great eater, nothing like I was as a child lol. As long as a child is growing you are usually ok. My mom had three girls and all of us were under the curve in weight but we ate when we were hungry. Dont worry about the charts either.

    1. Breakfast..... waffles, an egg and a banana

    2. soy mac and chesse, beechnut fruit snacks, yogurt

    3. sandwich

    4, grilled chicken, vegies and noodles

    and two snacks.
    Mother2oneboy

    Answer by Mother2oneboy at 12:49 PM on Dec. 30, 2008

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