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doadeer Sun 23-Aug-20 18:15:03

We are in a bit of a rut with eating for my 19m old. He mainly likes to snack on (and for lunch) have things like : oat cakes with nut butter, pitta bread, fruit, breadsticks...

I'm looking for some savoury ideas so I can encourage more vegetables - what are your favourites please?

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SquirtleSquad Sun 23-Aug-20 18:16:23

I make mini egg muffins with either mushroom and cheese, peas, broccoli or carrots in and keep them in the fridge for snacks they love them!

SquirtleSquad Sun 23-Aug-20 18:17:07

Like this

doadeer Sun 23-Aug-20 18:18:02

SquirtleSquad

Like this


Do you have a recipe per chance?

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Bunnybigears Sun 23-Aug-20 18:20:27

Scrambled egg
Boiled egg
Toast
Crumpets
Cheese
Carrot sticks
Sweet peppers
Tortilla wrap pinwheel
Sandwich thins pizza with tuna

ifigoup Sun 23-Aug-20 18:20:33

Babybel or small chunk of other cheese
Raw celery with cream cheese or peanut butter in the groove
Raw or lightly steamed carrot sticks
Frozen peas (still frozen, in a little dish)
Olives
Cut-up cherry tomatoes

Temple29 Sun 23-Aug-20 18:24:35

My 16 month old loves these avocado muffins

www.pennyledweaning.co.uk/snacks/banana-and-avocado-muffins/

I find hummus and breadsticks or veggies good or a quesadilla with cheese/onion/tomato is handy for little prep.

SquirtleSquad Sun 23-Aug-20 18:25:47

I literally just lightly grease a cup cake / muffin tin and pre heat the oven to 190 (fan)
I beat probably 5/6 eggs with a splash of milk in a bowl or jug.
Place veg in each tin hole then cover in the egg mix and add a little grated cheese on the top and bake for about 18 minutes.

I either leave them to cool and serve right away or keep them in the fridge and reheat them the next day.

I found a proper recipe here from bbc good food but haven't tried it!! https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/toddler-recipe-mini-egg-veg-muffins/amp

doadeer Sun 23-Aug-20 18:33:07

These are great thank you!

Lots to try!

He doesn't like the texture of houmous / soft cheese - he is deeply suspicious when I offer it!

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