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Can you tell me what your dairy free toddler ate today?

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Backtonature Thu 19-Nov-15 16:55:26

Can you tell me what your dairy free toddler ate and drank today, I need some new ideas for 2 year old dd!

Bishboshbash Thu 19-Nov-15 17:01:38

Ds is 2.5.
Breakfast - Weetabix with soya milk +a banana
Snack - soya yoghurt and a bourbon biscuit
Lunch - beans on toast
Snack - cracker and blueberries
Dinner will be - roast chicken,mash,gravy + veg
Supper - porridge made with soya milk + 6oz bottle (half water, half milk)

Backtonature Sat 21-Nov-15 16:54:55

Thank you for the reply. I would also be interested in dairy and soya free if anyone could list a typical day.

Kim82 Sat 21-Nov-15 16:59:35

Dd is 16 months. She has had:

Breakfast - Cheerios with almond milk

Snack - banana, couple of red grapes

Lunch - vegetable soup, bread with vitalite spread.

Snack - strawberries, breadstick

Dinner - pasta bolognese

Drinks she has had water and a couple of bottles of her prescription formula.

This is the food she was offered, most of it went on the floor apart from the strawberries and a mouthful or two of the other stuff. Fussy bugger!

Trenzalor Sat 21-Nov-15 17:09:47

Vegetable pate on homemade toast
Cherry tomatoes, goodies crisps, bread sticks, violife cheese slice, goodies bar, satsuma and she liberated a couple of my popchips.
Homemade potato wedges, cucumber, sheese soft cheese on a roll, raspberries and some vegan mayonnaise.
She was also offered a few other things like a veggie burger and some grapes which she chose to ignore.

BaBaBaBoomBoom Sat 21-Nov-15 17:12:02

15mo dairy and soya free

Weetabix with banana and oat milk
Rice cake and peanut butter
Bread roll with vitalite and vegetable sticks
Apple
Chicken pesto pasta

nutramigen and water to drink

Bishboshbash Sat 21-Nov-15 18:00:37

Ds was soya free until recently so take out the soya milk and add prescription formula and fruit puree instead of yoghurt!
He is also tomato,carrot,apple,pear and lots of other things free due to reflux so that makes things more complicated too!

starfish12 Sat 21-Nov-15 19:01:24

This might be useful... livingwithcowsmilkproteinallergy.com/cmpa-posts/

BeenAndGone Mon 23-Nov-15 22:56:18

DS is a bit older 3.5 but dairy & soy free.

Breakfast - tesco apricot wheat (good for calcium) & almond milk.

Lunch - roast chicken sandwich. (bread & pure spread) with a few crisps, fruit and rice cakes.

Dinner - roast with all the trimmings. Genius chocolate cupcake and strawberries.

His favourite meals are tuna mayo (Hellmans full fat) jacket potatoes and spaghetti with bacon, peas and oatly cream.

SallyJune75 Thu 26-Nov-15 15:43:23

Son, 20 months

B/f: Mesa sunrise rice puffs with Oatly
Banana and cinnamon pancake made w Oatly and Buckwheat flour plus Koko spread

Snack: banana + rice cakes w koko spread

Lunch: rice with creamy (oatly) courgette and leak and ginger, roasted carrots, broccoli, peas + milk (oatly)

Snack: rest of lunch if not finished + milk (patly) + apple and banana

Supper: fish pie with mackerel and broccoli white sauce made with koko spread and oatly

Before he became gluten intolerant, I'd given a slice of bread with hummus for snack but that's now been kyboshed..
I find Koko spread is more buttery than Pure.

Teapig Tue 01-Dec-15 18:46:23

DD is 2 and egg and dairy-free:

Breakfast: Porridge with almond milk and blueberries

Snack: Peanut butter on toast, grapes

Lunch: Fish pie
Pud: oranges, banana and pear in soya custard

Dinner: Spaghetti Bolognese
Pud: Mince pie

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