What dinners do your children eat?(4 Posts)
graziemille567 Tue 30-Apr-19 20:18:20
rosybell Tue 30-Apr-19 20:15:17
sleepismysuperpower1 Tue 30-Apr-19 20:02:45
Blossom4538 Tue 30-Apr-19 19:26:42
To use this feature subscribe to Mumsnet Premium - get first access to new features see fewer ads, and support Mumsnet.Start using Mumsnet Premium
Spaghetti bolognese, Chilli (very mild), Fish fingers, Chicken kievs , ,Fish pie, Mild curry, Beef casserole, Sausages and mash ,Burgers, Pizza , Noodles, Veggie fried rice, Pesto pasta with chicken, Roast dinners, Picnic dinners (crackers, veg sticks, cheese cubes, hummus, fruit), Chicken fajitas (again, very mild - practically just a chicken wrap with some cheese and onions added)
Veggies: corn cobs, peas, broccoli,carrots, green beans, cucumber, sweet potato, would eat cooked onions all day if he could.
Good luck OP, hope you find some inspiration somewhere on this thread! My cousins son is on the spectrum and she really struggles to get him to eat anything that isn't beige.
Oh I feel your pain op, I have a very fussy 7 year old. He only really likes processed meat.
Recently had success with puff pasty pinwheels (google it - you can use any fillings, I use pepperoni & basil)
He hates sauces which means all meals are quite dry.
Other meals he will eat:
Meatballs & spaghetti (no sauce)
Pancakes filled with tuna mayo
Yorkshire puddings & sausages
Eggy bread (not sure if this is a meal but he has it when he won't eat what we are having!)
He eats no cooked veg but will eat salad so every meal is served with cucumber/rocket/carrot etc
Having such problems here with Dd 8! She is on the autism spectrum and this affects her diet, but there’s now hardly anything she’ll eat for dinner. 🙈
Please login first.