Table food -- What do you feed your toddler?

Becky - posted on 01/30/2010 ( 1 mom has responded )

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My son is just a year old and a healthy eater...loves his veggies, fruits, yogurt, proteins....
I am in search of options for what to send to daycare for breakfast and lunch as the daycare does not provide food. He is definitely feeling his independence and wants foods he can feed himself. I am happy to share some of his favorite recipes -- turkey apple meatloaf, broccoli cheese bites, corn fritters with zucchini and beets, yogurt berry pancakes. I am just bored with the options I have for him. Want to make sure I keep his meals interesting and full of flavors. I have searched parents.com and wholesomebabyfood.com, but either have tried and use (or some just don't like)
So now I am reaching out to you? What is your toddler's favorite finger food? What do you send to daycare to tempt you little ones developing palate?

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Olivia - posted on 01/30/2010

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You already have a great choices of food for your son! :) to add up you may start introducing rice to your son together with beef stew sauce, make "tinola"(chicken stew) it is a chicken boiled with green papaya/chayote, ginger, onion and garlic. or you may also try "sinigang" (sour stew)you can cook this pork or shrimp together with raddish, legume green beans, eggplant then mix it with tamarind ready mix or natural if you have. If you're interested i can give you the recipe of the following food. just give me ur email or if you want i can post it here, they way to do it. :)

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