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Old Mar 12th, 2009, 08:58 AM   1
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Your LOs Daily Menu for 12-18 Months


Just curious what the menu is for you girls who have LOs between 12-18 months!



I'm looking for ideas x



 
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Old Mar 12th, 2009, 14:38 PM   2
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Well I'm lazy so Kaya's lunches tend to be either a tin of alphabetti spaghetti or some sausage rolls - I try to find easy things to give her for lunch. Breakfast is always rice crispies. Tea is just a smaller portion of whatever we're having. Snacks are those little cheese sticks from Tesco, Humzingers (which are fantastic), a bit of fruit or something like fruit flakes or animal crackers.



 
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Old Mar 12th, 2009, 15:42 PM   3
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Well max gets this I am quite lazy also ..luckily right now eats everything

Breakfast is one of the following : cereal (yogurt, wheat & raspberry ) scrambled eggs , toast or fruit with oatmeal

Snack before lunch : some toddler puffs lil bites or veg sticks

Lunch fruit pcs, juice and cheese

Snack before supper yogurt with some cookies or puffs

Supper meats, fish , poultry ..and veg pcs

dessert some chocolate cookies with mom and dad

I want to start adding like chicken fingers or fish sticks but hes not keep on eating anymore lol dam daycare



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Old Mar 12th, 2009, 17:08 PM   4
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Sam as the following

BREAKFAST oatabix and orange juice

SNACK a piece of fruit and milk

LUNCH sandwich and orange juice

SNACK more fruit

DINNER some kind of cooked meal eg pork chops mashed potatoe and veg

supper just some baby milk i no he is too old for it but the doc says av to keep him on it cos he as coeliac disease



 
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Old Mar 12th, 2009, 17:26 PM   5
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Breakfast
ReadyBrek, RiceKrispies, Weetabix, Toast, Or Scrambled Egg.

Lunch
Jam Sandwhich & Cheesestrings, pasta-sweetcorn-peas, soup, tin spaggetti, baked beans & sausage, Omlette, beans on toast,

Dinner
Fish fingers & peas, Cottage pie, shepards pie, lasagna (sp?), jacket potato & cheese, corned beef-onion gravy-mash, fish pie,

Snacks/puddings
grapes, bananas, nutrigrain bars, go ahead bars, petite filous, crackerbread & philadelphia, plums, kiwi's, pears, carrot sticks (organic ones), fig biscuits

Treats
chocolate buttons
ice cream
jaffa cakes
quavers

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I just want to ask in this thread how much milk do you give your toddler when they 12mnths. I mean how many oz you give per day?
And also what milk do you add to their cereal? Baby milk e.g cow and gate or normal milk?



 
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Old Mar 12th, 2009, 21:26 PM   7
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Breakfast: cereal (bitesize shredded wheat) / toast and marmite / toasted tealoaf, cup of diluted fruit juice

Snack: fresh fruit / stewed fruit / raisins / yogurt

Lunch: boiled egg and toast / cheese and tuna on ciabata / sandwich / soup and bread, cup of water

Snack: oatcakes and cheese / fruit flapjack / breadsticks / raw veg sticks

Dinner: whatever we have, very rarely any dessert, cup of milk

Supper: cup of milk

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I just want to ask in this thread how much milk do you give your toddler when they 12mnths. I mean how many oz you give per day?
And also what milk do you add to their cereal? Baby milk e.g cow and gate or normal milk?
After 12 months babies can have cow's milk and should have at least three servings per day (which includes other dairy products and milk used in cooking).



 
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Old Mar 13th, 2009, 06:54 AM   8
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Dec gets

Breakfast- 70zs beaker of milk with one of these, 2weetabixs, readybrek, rice krispies or cheerios.

Mid-morning snack- Beaker of water, with one of these, 2 small yoghurts, tub of custard, some toast or bowl of dry cheerios.

Lunch- soup, stew, tin of spag.bol, beans on toast or scrambled eggs.

afternoon snack- another 2 yoghurts, cheese dips, breadsticks or 2 little gingerbread men.

Dinner - whatever we are having, potatoes veg and meat, pie and chips, spag.bol, sausage and mash or homemade stew. With cup of flavoured water and some fruit for dessert usually grapes or a small orange.

Tea - 2 weetabixs (yes sometimes my son will eat 4 weetabixs a day with 14ozs of milk)
or readybrek, with a beaker of water.

During the day his hand is also full of raisins, he eats about 2 boxes a day.

Treats (usually a Friday but if we have had a really good day he will get a treat after dinner)
Tayto cheese and onion crisps (he loves these)
kitkat
milky buttons.



 
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My son still drinks 34 oz a day of milk its mixed 50/50 as hes quite picky on food so I wanted to make sure got all he needed



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Old Mar 14th, 2009, 15:16 PM   10
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Treats (usually a Friday but if we have had a really good day he will get a treat after dinner)
Tayto cheese and onion crisps (he loves these)
kitkat
milky buttons.
don't we all?!
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