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Ideas for slightly fussy GF child

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Banana99 Fri 12-Aug-16 09:35:13

DD is an okay eater - she was amazing before diagnosis of coeliac disease (she had a cook a nursery who was very adventurous, although didn't translate to home) at that time she became frightened of food especially trying new things (I suspect she associated food with pain etc)

So now she does eat but I need more ideas of things she will eat. This is her general selection of dinners...

Roast chicken/turkey dinner/casserole
Spag Bol/chilli and rice/pasta tomato sauce (hidden veg) and olives/ Mac and cheese
Homemade soups (carrot and lentil, butternut squash)
Pizza
Chicken and vegetable curry
Things (fish fingers etc) with chips (this is new - I've never been so pleased!)

im actually stuck what else to give her - we struggle to eat together because of DHs hours.

She won't eat anything spicy. I was a very fussy eater as a child and she's better than I was but I would like her to eat more obviously

I actually have no idea what to give her for dinner tonight!

cdtaylornats Fri 12-Aug-16 13:24:15

Chicken cordon-bleu
Shepherds/cottage pie
Lasagna
Fishcakes
Pork chops
Stir-fry veg possibly with chicken/turkey strips or prawns
Casserole with quinoa/lentils instead of potato
chicken and apricot tagine with cous cous

AtleastitsnotMonday Fri 12-Aug-16 15:41:19

Fritata
Rissoto, jambalaya
Chicken skewers and sweet potato wedges
Fish cakes (either skip the breadcrumbs or use gf)

0ellenbrody0 Mon 15-Aug-16 14:46:33

Toad in the hole with g/f batter (Phil Vickery recipe), v mild chilli with rice or on jackets. Jackets with variety if pick'n'mix topping (Heinz beans are g/f). Fajitas using a mild seasoning, ditto tacos or enchiladas/ burritos (I use B free wraps). Chicken breasts wrapped in bacon and stuffed with whatever u fancy (sundries toms, pesto, mozzarella, Mrs crimbles stuffing). Crispy breadcrumbed chicken (Tesco g/f ones are yum) in a wrap with shredded lettuce and garlic mayo. We enjoy all these quite regularly (coeliac).

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