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What do you give a one year old instead of cheerios when you are out of the house. I've been giving him pieces of raw cheese and banana but that's about it. I'm looking for something that won't make a mess in the car!
Thank you
post #2 of 9
My son loves the plantain chips from Trader Joes. Just plantains, salt and sunflower oil.
post #3 of 9
I've read on the weston price site that you can make the yogurt dough from the NT cookbook and make them into little cheerio shapes and bake. I haven't tried yet but could be good. I think the recipe recommended to add honey to the mix. There are also other recommendations on the site. I think I searched for toddler snacks on the weston price site.
post #4 of 9
Just today I gave mine ripped up pieces of Ezekial corn tortilla. He loved it. It wasn't too messy, unlike when I give him an apple and he spits all the teeny tiny pieces of skin back out.
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Originally Posted by dogmom327 View Post
My son loves the plantain chips from Trader Joes. Just plantains, salt and sunflower oil.
here too! also, raisins are a good one.
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Originally Posted by Pinky Tuscadero View Post
Just today I gave mine ripped up pieces of Ezekial corn tortilla. He loved it. It wasn't too messy, unlike when I give him an apple and he spits all the teeny tiny pieces of skin back out.
ah!! how is he old enough to bed eating solids? man time flies!! craziness!

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this is a good thread. I wonder the same things. my last two had gluten/wheat and dairy allergies. so I don't even want to bring those things into this one's dietbfor a while. of course he's 10 days old, so I have some time to think about it
post #7 of 9
would chopped up olives be good.

I cant really think of something that is dry and transportable.
post #8 of 9
bits of smoked fish such as sardines, trout, herring, salmon ect.

blueberries cut in half.

oat crackers/cakes such as Nairns brand http://www.amazon.com/Nairns-Rough-C.../dp/B000MMVO60

nut butter balls.
post #9 of 9
I make crackers from a recipe in NT. I soak the flour in buttermilk the night before and they turn out SO good! I also cut the crackers out with cookie cutters and the kids love to help and love to eat them!
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