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HELP! Easy healthy lunch ideas for a toddler who only likes soft food?

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JohannaHeanley Mon 11-May-20 14:43:05

Hi all,

I'm desperate for some good ideas of what to feed my little man for lunch. He loves bread on cheese and tomatoes but that's about it. He's obviously a sucker for pasta but I just want to offer him a few more healthy options. Has anyone found any good ideas or recipes for batch freeze compatible bakes for lunch?

Thanks so much for any recommendations!

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dementedpixie Mon 11-May-20 14:56:09

Scrambled egg, beans on toast, baked potato with cheese

TrashKitten10 Mon 11-May-20 15:26:06

Try googling baby led weaning ideas as they are generally all fairly soft. Vegetable fritters can be made with various grated, finely chopped or blended up veg mixed with flour and egg and shallow fried.

Other ideas:

-fishcakes made with mashed potato
-crustless quiche/frittata

If he likes his bread would he have some soup with it?

Raera Mon 11-May-20 15:38:52

Quite a few here:

AtleastitsnotMonday Mon 11-May-20 15:55:29

Half a jacket with tuna/cheese/beans

AtleastitsnotMonday Mon 11-May-20 15:58:01

If you batch cook a loads of mini fishcakes they can be frozen and then popped in the oven for an easy lunch.

Falafellygood Mon 11-May-20 16:00:27

Mini quiche
Cauliflower cheese
Jacket potato with beans/cheese
Scrambled egg

Ricekrispie22 Mon 11-May-20 17:12:52

Things to batch cook and freeze:
Lentil slice
Ham and cheese muffins
Sweetcorn muffins
Veggie balls

Other ideas:
Cheese pancakes
Houmous pitta bread
Potato waffles with grated cheese
Fish fingers
Eggy bread/French toast

lastqueenofscotland Wed 13-May-20 11:20:37

Vegetable risotto
A very very mild dahl
Soups and soft rolls

ellanwood Wed 13-May-20 11:24:19

Dips with fingers of bread or pitta? Homemade guacamole with avocado and greek yoghurt; humous with greek yoghurt stirred in. These sound odd but my two very fussy eaters loved both these when they were small.

Peeled, ripe pear or melon balls, banana custard.

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