What did your 3.5 eat today?

(6 Posts)
milkyman Mon 01-Feb-16 17:11:38

My ds is always hungry and likes to graze!

Banana
Some porridge
Bit of toast
Apple
Raisins
Raw carrot
Hummous sandwiches
Cucumber
Cheese
Pasta and tomato sauce
Bit of cake (party)
2 x crumpets
More carrot
Rice cakes

Drinks milk and water

He just eats quite randomly but think the above is fairly healthy.

waitingforsomething Tue 02-Feb-16 15:39:21

Dd 3.3
She had 2 weetabix and a slice of toast for breakfast.
Pre school gave her a snack of apple and a drink of milk
Lunch cheese sandwich, a few grapes and a banana
Tonight she's having chicken stew and will have a after.
She had a chocolate coin after pre school and often had a small treat

Mrscog Tue 02-Feb-16 17:18:47

Bran flakes
pepper sticks and cheese
cheese sandwich
pombears
2 x fromage frais
1 mini oat bar thing
1 shortbread biscuit

about to have sweet potato wedges, baked beans and toast.

Muskateersmummy Tue 02-Feb-16 17:23:57

Nearly 4

Weetabix and toast for breakfast
Hot lunch at preschool (chilli or curry something like that)
Fruit as a snack at preschool
Says she doesn't want any tea, having a yoghurt....

PotOfYoghurt Tue 02-Feb-16 19:05:04

If he's not eating a large amount at mealtimes perhaps that's why he's grazing?

Porridge &I raisins for breakfast, glass of milk
Banana and milk at nursery
Cream cheese sandwich, peppers, cheese, salami, cucumber, yoghurt for lunch
Cod, broccoli, carrots, rice for dinner with berries

neversleepagain Tue 02-Feb-16 21:45:31

Twin dd, 3.4

Milk on waking

Breakfast: porridge oats, blueberries & strawberries

Snack at toddler group: 1 cream cracker with cream cheese, milk

Lunch: 1 piece of buttered toast, tablespoon of hummus, cheese cubes, half a tomato, half a banana

Snack at toddler group: grapes, rich tea biscuit

Cup of milky Rooibos tea

Dinner: spaghetti bolognese (with grated carrot & courgettes). Pudding was Greek yoghurt with blueberries & strawberries

Milk at bedtime.

They drink water/milk throughout the day.

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