Easy toddler meal ideas?

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Squibby06
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Posted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 5:42 pm 
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Hey all,does anyone have any quick,simple meal ideas that I can nab please Laughing I am having a real nightmare feeding Alfie and coming up with new ideas all the time and could really use some new ideas.

Some simple lunch ideas would be good if anyone has any the can recommend? (btw he's quite fussy with a few things,which leaves me a bit stuck! he doesn't like eggs,ham,pasta,tuna to name a few,much as I keep trying him,he just won't eat them Rolling Eyes )

So you can see,I'm pretty limited and running out of ideas.I have a toddler meal book,but all the recipes are so complicated or take ages and I just need some simple things.

any help would be great,thanks Very Happy xx
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Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:27 pm 
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A list of items that real toddlers actually do eat :
Breakfast:
- Aunt Jemima pancakes & eggs
- Frozen waffles/french toast sticks
- Gogurt yogurt tubes
- Sweet potatoes
Lunch/Dinner:
- Sloppy joes
- Cut up bananas
- Rice made with low-sodium chicken broth.
- Sandwiches (tuna, egg salad, peanut butter for older toddlers, turkey, hummus, etc)
- Grilled cheese.
- Steamed, cut up baby carrots, butternut squash, edamame (soybeans)
- Quesadillas & wraps
- Whole wheat pasta with any sauce/veggie
- Lil Duck LOVES my pasta melt, crazy baby!
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Posted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 4:25 pm 
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now that my son is 16 month olds I have been trying different recipes from my stack of cookbooks. I am keeping an online diary of my attempts here http://simreilly.blogspot.com/
It's only early days but might be useful.
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Posted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 4:31 pm 
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Pitta pizzas are winner in our house at the min, one pitta, tomato puree smeared over then grated cheese on top, ten minutes in the oven and done.
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Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2011 6:20 am 
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yummumamanda wrote:
A list of items that real toddlers actually do eat :
Breakfast:
- Aunt Jemima pancakes & eggs
- Frozen waffles/french toast sticks
- Gogurt yogurt tubes
- Sweet potatoes
Lunch/Dinner:
- Sloppy joes
- Cut up bananas
- Rice made with low-sodium chicken broth.
- Sandwiches (tuna, egg salad, peanut butter for older toddlers, turkey, hummus, etc)
- Grilled cheese.
- Steamed, cut up baby carrots, butternut squash, edamame (soybeans)
- Quesadillas & wraps
- Whole wheat pasta with any sauce/veggie
- Lil Duck LOVES my pasta melt, crazy baby!


cool.thanks for sharing.
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Posted: Thu Jun 13, 2013 7:43 am 
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yummumamanda wrote:
A list of items that real toddlers actually do eat :
Breakfast:
- Aunt Jemima pancakes & eggs
- Frozen waffles/french toast sticks
- Gogurt yogurt tubes
- Sweet potatoes
Lunch/Dinner:
- Sloppy joes
- Cut up bananas
- Rice made with low-sodium chicken broth.
- Sandwiches (tuna, egg salad, peanut butter for older toddlers, turkey, hummus, etc)
- Grilled cheese.
- Steamed, cut up baby carrots, butternut squash, edamame (soybeans)
- Quesadillas & wraps
- Whole wheat pasta with any sauce/veggie
- Lil Duck LOVES my pasta melt, crazy baby!


This list couldn't be more correct. It's all about choices, your choice to give them healthy and delicious foods.
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