need meal ideas for 15 month old
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Brandy - posted on 09/10/2009
For my 1 year old for breakfast we have either waffles, pancakes, oatmeal, grits, or cereal. All of those are pretty quick and easy to fix. I make woffles and pancakes ahead of time and freeze them and that really help out and saves on money as well. For lunch we do a combination of lunchables, mini cups of pasta or soups with butter bread, or generally whatever we are having for lunch. Usually for dinner he eats whatever we eat. If I need a different consistancy I just put the food in my food chopper and chop it up and add a liquid to thin it down. We always try to incorporate a fruit either fresh or fruit cup. Yogurt is a snack in between as well as his puffs and wagon wheels.
Ruth - posted on 09/10/2009
My 10-month-old eats pretty much what we do for dinner every night--I'll make exceptions for some really spice things, or things with peanuts. So just feed her whatever you're eating--and maybe make a little extra, so you (and she) can have it for lunch the next day, or the day after.
Faith - posted on 09/10/2009
My website, www.faithfuldinners.com is geared to family-friendly eating. All the menus are easy to prepare and offer kid-friendly dishes, like Pizza Pasta Toss, Italian Chicken Rigatoni, and Ranch Chicken Legs just to name a few. You can try some items from the Sample Menu by logging on to www.faithfuldinners.com and scrolling through the Sample Menu. Enjoy!
Beverly - posted on 08/18/2009
I'm a mommy on the move so I try and make things on the weekend that I can warm up during the week. I'm blessed that I don't have a really picky eater so she eats what I eat. One thing I do is buy real chicken breast tenders (not the breaded or pre-cooked ones) and broil them in the oven on Sunday. I broil about five (1 for each day) and all I have to do chop it up and add some veggies. In between we do pbj, scrambled eggs, lunchable minis, grilled cheese. You could also do the pre cooked salad topping meats like chicken and ham. My munchkin likes those too. Hope this helps...
Ellie - posted on 08/18/2009
Look into getting the book Yum-o! By Rachael Ray. It's all about cooking with your children- Child friendly recipes that are healthy! I'd be happy to copy and paste some of them here when I have a bit of time! :]