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Jess - posted on 01/25/2011
Ava loves grapes and little cherry tomato's. We also give her raw snow peas to snack on. She has a medical condition that doesn't allow her to eat high potasium foods like banana's and she can't eat anything that needs a great deal of chewing so we stick to things like baby food and rice cakes !
Koree - posted on 01/25/2011
my son (Sept 26 09) looves nilla wafers, peaches, bannanas, cheerios and other cereals, graham crackers, cheese, i also try to give him vegetables but hes going through a phase right now where he only wants sweets, and he is persistant about it! so i bought this Kohls cook book by jessica seinfeld called "deceptively delicious" and her recipes are AWESOME!!! i recommend it to anyone with picky eaters!!
Pam - posted on 03/21/2012
Sounds like we all gravitate toward the same snacks! :) Christine likes yo baby yogurt, nutrigrain cereal bars, chewy granola bars, goldfish, cheese strings, crackers, fruit (grapes cut in half, bananas, etc), toast with peanut butter and of courses cookies! :) She gets picky too though when it comes to meals; if I give her an option, she'll say "Yay, chicken" or whatever but then when I give it to her it's "no chicken". So, I have to make her meal and present it and she then says what it is and usually eats it but not a lot! I've heard toddlers do not gain a lot of weight their second year.
Rachel - posted on 03/12/2012
yogurt!! i try not to give him the kiddie stuff though, wayy too much sugar. he goes bouncing off the walls. there's this great new one called Maia Yogurt (I love it for me but he loves the vanilla bean too!)! in stores in new england. they won't complain for hours about being hungry!
Mercedes - posted on 02/10/2011
My daughter will eat anything, she is not fussy when it comes to food haha. I like to give her cheerios, fruit, goldfish. i like to change it up everyday. So anything. When we have "our" time together and watch a movie she has her twist puffs.
User - posted on 02/04/2011
my son loves all friuts and veggies i usualy get him the singe serv cups of them at walmart as long as they are packaged in there own natuaral juice. He also loves string cheese crackers of any kind. honey buzzers by malto meal, sliced turkey and jsut about anything i give him. his fav drink with snacks is the gerber yougert juice's i mix them with his milk and it make it more like a smoothie.
Ntando - posted on 02/02/2011
my boy, 7/910 will not snack, period. anything other than his normal meals is a no no. if you gve him anything he plays with. he will stick it into his mouth and frown and spit, or if he does attempt to eat if he gags and often brings up the contents of his last meal. all he does is drink. he loves his tea, juice, more tea and juice.
Renee Marie - posted on 02/01/2011
My little one loves all sorts of fruits. We try new thing all the time and I still have not found anything she would say no to! I give her grapes often and what i do is slice them in 4 and put then in a bowl for her to eat. she love apples and i cut them into thin chip like slices. She love melons, bananas, kiwi, goldfish, broccoli, yogurt, berries, cantaloupe . I gave her frozen yogurt tubes a lot when she was teething! I would not try raisins, i too would be affraid of her choking because they are very chewy...
Diane - posted on 02/01/2011
I give my son cheddar cheese, cheerios, little crunchies cheese puffs(made by gerber) and fruit. He loves banana's, cantelope and honeydew melon. I alos give him crackers and toast with jelly or sometimes just a smidge of butter. I never thought to give him raisins though. I would be afraid of him choking on it. Has nayone had a problem with that?? Do you cut the rains in half or give them whole. What about grapes, does anyone cut them in half? I have never given him grapes either, but he would probably like that!
Sheri - posted on 01/28/2011
Our little one loves clementine oranges everyday, sometimes 2 a day. Bananas, strawberries, cheerios, cheddar cheese, goldfish, cheesies, grapes. We buy the fruit cocktail packed in water so no sugar.He loves Pomogranite/cranberry juice watered down by 2/3 and it's so good for him!!! Puffs, crackers and any other finger foods you can imagine.
Jennifer - posted on 01/28/2011
My little one will basically eat anything, but some of her favorites are bananas, string cheese, yogurt, anything that looks like a cookie:) teddy grahams, cereals, granola bars, all fruits, and the latest is edamame!! (soybeans in pods) just pop out the bean (don't eat the pod) and both of my girls LOVE THEM! So good for them and tastey too:) Keeps the older one busy to get the bean out herself and lasts a bit longer. Great find!
Kylie - posted on 01/26/2011
Hio all well rahni is going through a fessy stage she used to eat everything but we are nodding no and saying no, after 1 or 2 mouthfuls she passes me her bowl and says here ya, or tips the food on the floor(which i am well and truely over) any suggestions! Please Also many people have commented on goldfish as a snack what is this!!
Susan - posted on 01/26/2011
My daughter gets yeast infections from grapes too. strange!! Hannah's cutting her 1st yr molars and can chew on one side. She likes raw veggies and soft or shreaded fruits, Gerber graduates snacks, nilla wafers, whole grain saltines/crackers, and anything her 2 yr old cousin is eating! We still give her watered down juice to cut the sugar and caloric intake. She's discovered lemons so I make her catnip tea flavored with lemon. What can I say: she's definitely my daughter LOL!
Christina - posted on 01/24/2011
I love Gerber graduate snacks! They have Fruit and Veggie flavored wagon wheels, little veggie puffs that look like cheetos, and dried fruit perfect for little fingers. My daughter also loves crackers. Just plain ol Ritz or Saltine crackers. I also give her grahm crackers, goldfish, cheese nips, animal crackers and 100% fruit juice fruit snacks, raisins, and bananas. Oh, and those snadwich crackers like wheat crackers with peanut butter in the middle. I would stay away from the ones with PB&J because wow they have loads of sugar!!
My little guy likes raisins, diced peaches and pears, bananas, cheddar/whole wheat/graham bunnies, cheese, yogurt, cereal bars, puffs and bread with jam.
He's going through a phase right now where he won't try many new foods, so some days it seems like the foods on this list are the only things he eats!
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