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DD (just one) doesn't like bread. What else to try?

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Flossish Thu 16-Oct-08 13:12:28

Pitta bread didn't go down well either.

I'm stuck for meal ideas for her uncooked meal each day. Any ideas MNer's? smile

Are crackers too salty?

Other than the bread thing she is really unfussy.

Nbg Thu 16-Oct-08 13:13:39

Crackers are ok.
Ryvitas are good.


Flossish Thu 16-Oct-08 13:16:41

yup, she likes breadsticks. Will try ryvitas although if she likes them I will start to question whether she is really mine... grin

Or I could just go to greggs every lunch time I suppose!

MmeJaffaB Thu 16-Oct-08 13:19:21

My dd didn't like bread to start with either. I didn't make a fuss but kept trying, she eats it fine now with lots of soft cheese on it. She is 17mths now.
She is still not keen on toast, she prefers to suck the butter off and leave the soggy toast.
The only bread she always liked was a soft roll with tuna and mayo on.

Does she need bread? How about just little cubes of cheese, ham, cucumber, part cooked carrott followed by some fruit or a couple of fromage frais.

Flossish Thu 16-Oct-08 13:25:28

Well she loves everything other than bread iyswim. Tomatoes especially! She will basically clear the plate other than bread. Its fine but I just want her to have something extra so will try crackers I expect!

I'm sure when we've been out she has eaten rolls so will try that again!

Nbg Thu 16-Oct-08 13:26:33

Ooh what about Bagels?

Flossish Thu 16-Oct-08 13:27:30

yup could give that a try, not something we have usually!

Was thinking of nann as well but didn't go with lunch I had planned today!

MadreInglese Thu 16-Oct-08 13:28:25

Tortillas/chipatis rolled tight
Naan bread

Nbg Thu 16-Oct-08 13:28:32

Bagels are great because you can still make sandwiches from them but its not like bread is it.

Plus the shape is sometimes a novelty to young ones.

HeyJude07 Thu 16-Oct-08 13:58:17

I second the bagels idea. My ds won't eat bread but will eat bagels - because he likes the hole in the middle.

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