Dairy free/tomato/spice free toddler meal ideas?

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5minutestobed Sun 01-May-16 17:36:51

Just looking for any ideas for my DS, I am a hopeless cook and really struggle to think of things he can eat.
He's dairy free plus has reflux so can't have tomatoes/spices. Its mostly dinner I struggle with! Any ideas welcome!

Dancingqueen17 Sun 01-May-16 17:52:45

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5minutestobed Sun 01-May-16 18:07:37

I usually cook separate meals for him as we eat a lot of stuff he can't have.
Yes no onions or peppers either.
He eats a lot of meat and two veg type things but has decided to go off potatoes recently which makes things awkward!
Will try egg fried rice, that would be a new one for him thanks.

LaContessaDiPlump Sun 01-May-16 18:16:07

Pasta with dairy-free pesto
Spaghetti hoops on toast
Beans on toast
Fish fingers and peas
Spaghetti with marmite

Jenijena Sun 01-May-16 18:18:15

Omelette type things
Tortillas, refried beans, avocado, chicken
Sweet corn fritters

soapboxqueen Sun 01-May-16 18:25:13

Can he have lactofree dairy items?

5minutestobed Sun 01-May-16 18:45:03

No he can't soap he is CMPI not lactose intolerant.

AGrinWithoutACat Sun 01-May-16 19:15:44

Take any recipe and substitute e.g. Butter swapped for oil or vitalite, milk for coconut or what ever milk substitute works for you

I am lucky that my cows milk intolerant DS can eat goats products so use Goat cheese - not sure if that is possible for your DC

I have an old Dairy Cookbook of my grandmothers and have made many things out of it dairy free through substitution

Another option is look for vegan products as they are automatically dairy free - or if you want to cheat with ready made - check the supermarket own brands and value ranges as they are often dairy free as they use cheaper ingredients

My 15 month old eats dairy free by default for most meals because of DS and that I won't am too lazy too make 2 meals and she does have whatever we are having quite happily

Tonight's dinner was sausages and homemade oven chips with grapes as we are an ill house this weekend and I didn't have the energy for anything else, tomorrow I have some pork mince that I will turn into a cottage pie (sneak in loads of veg into that too), will prob do a beef stew later in the week, and one of my working days I have some battered fish from Lidls which will be served with potato/sweet potato wedges and corn.

I do a 1 part peanut butter to one part sweet chilli sauce over chicken pieces (cheating chicken satay as its known) but that might be too spicy for a reflux DC? or I like cooking tangine dinners as find them flavoursome without too much spice?

cuntinghomicidalcardigan Sun 01-May-16 19:19:15

How about risotto? I make it for dairy free ds with whatever is in the fridge. Mushrooms, celery, peas, leeks, carrots, fish, prawns or meat... whatever needs eating gets chopped up really small and shoved in! Tastes like a different meal every time and loads of news tastes for him. It's been a win so far smile

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