Posted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 1:57 pm
Hes not had a full day of meals yet so thought id tell you of yesterdays meals.
Breakfast was scrambled egg with fresh sliced tomatoes.
Lunch tuna mayo sandwich, slice malt loaf, mixture of chopped fruit and yoghurt.
tea corned beef hash, grapes and yoghurt
juice to drink throughout the day.
Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:00 pm
Posted: Sat Feb 04, 2012 7:58 pm
Posted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 12:29 pm
Breakfast - 2 weetabix with milk, banana
Lunch - cheesy fish stars, star potato face thingies and handful of mixed frozen veg with some chopped up grapes, banana and a some clementines to make up for me being lazy lol Glad tho that when I hand my son a bowl of chopped up fruit he says "Oooh.. sweets!"
Dinner - Will be the thai chicken noodle soup that I have going in the slow cooker at the moment
Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:55 am
Oliver (age 3)
Breakfast - Cornflakes with Milk
Snack - Toast
Lunch - Pork with potatoes and veg
Snack - Quavers
Tea - at nursery but is usually meat and veg
Snack - Grapes & Banana
Max (age 6 months) - still weaning (he also grazes throughout the day off my plate)
Breakfast - Breast milk feed then porridge
Snack - Toast
Lunch - Breast Milk and a Yoghurt
Snack - 1 finely chopped grape
Tea - Breast milk feed Mashed Apple
Snack - Banana
Supper - Breast milk feed
Posted: Fri Nov 09, 2012 9:56 pm
What a great thread! Today hasn't been great - the food offered compared to the food ate may tell the full story
Breakfast: offered shreddies and raisins - a few raisins ate - water
Mid-morning: toast with jam - water
Lunch: Offered egg and cress sandwiches - a bite eaten. Offered a bit of my scone - smeared on the table - none eaten. Juice. A small bag of chocolate covered mini-biscuits (which had already been bought at the cafe and spied) - all of them eaten.
Tea: offered prawn stuffed ravioli with pea, broadbean, brocolli and spinach sauce - one half of ravioli eaten
Tea #2: offered homemade veg chilli, pitta bread with peas and sweetcorn - did well - bit of pitta eaten and the peas. Water Followed by a yoghurt.
Supper: piece of toast with jam eaten - water
There is a common theme here but I'm not giving in and feeding her toast for every meal although TBH that's the way it seems to be going based on what she actually eats!