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What can I give my one year old (more variety)

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Jghl1234 Thu 21-Jul-16 15:45:50

My one year old has a great diet complete with fruit, veg, grains, and dairy. However in wanting to give her not wig a variety. I'm going to right a list and could you let me no if it's okay to give to one year olds and any suggestions would be grateful...thanks xxx

Mushrooms
Onions
Leeks
Celery
Watermelon
Grapes
Peppers
Tomotos
Oranges
Cantaloupe
Butternut squash
Sprouts

It's just some say no some say yes it's all extremely confusing xxxx

Jenijena Thu 21-Jul-16 15:49:08

There's nothing you can't give here, all of those are fine.

dementedpixie Thu 21-Jul-16 15:50:42

There is nothing really that you can't give a 1 year old

Jghl1234 Thu 21-Jul-16 16:51:23

Ohh good it's just people go ohh I wouldn't give her that her stomach isn't strong enough blah blah blah..thanks though xx

bigmamapeach Thu 21-Jul-16 17:24:15

Yes all fine! You can't give whole peanuts or some very bizarre things like honey (due to a nasty type of bacterium); or deep sea fish like shark, swordfish (too much Mercury) - but who does??!!
All foods can cause allergies to some people (there will be someone out there who has reacted to every single edible substance) but that's not to say you need to avoid particular things. Evidence is accumulating that introduction of allergenic foods from the point of weaning is associated with fewer reactions to that food, anyway.

SweepTheHalls Thu 21-Jul-16 17:27:13

Feed her whatever you are eating, other than whole nuts at this age. Honey is only off the cards until 1, so even that is fine. Just avoid added salt.

dementedpixie Thu 21-Jul-16 17:35:11

Honey is fine at age 1, only needs to be avoided under 1 due to the small chance of infant botulism

bigmamapeach Fri 22-Jul-16 14:30:57

I guess adding in fish, meat, eggs to the balance as you said already lots of fruit, veg grains and dairy?? As that will add good fats, protein, iron and lots of other vits and minerals. Unless baby is already having these!

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