DS is 14 months old and a very good eater, so a few months back when we started giving him the whole cooked egg (we had been giving him the yolk as per NT instructions since he was about 7 months old) and he didn't like it we figured it was a texture thing. We tried scrambled, hard boiled, over easy, etc. What finally worked, and became what is his staple food still, after breastmilk, is for me to make what we call the "baby blend". I cook an egg over easy (so that the yolk is still runny) in CO and then blend it with some raw liver and whatever veggies, legumes, grains, etc. that we have leftover from dinner the night before. I add a few herbs or spices or sea salt depending on the blend. I also add different supplements depending on the blend and time of day. When he was younger I made it pretty smooth but have gradually increased the corse-ness of the blend over time. It seems to have helped him over the texture issue because last week he happily started eating pieces of my omelet.
This whole process also works great for me as a busy mom because many mornings I also make a "leftover omelet" for myself. I'd like to say it's an Italian thing, because my grandmother used to make omelets out of everything from leftover spaghetti and meatballs to antipaste, but it could just be a wierd family thing.
I just saute some leftovers in CO until they are heated through and then pour a couple of whipped eggs over the top, cook - flip - cook and enjoy. It's quick, easy, filling, almost no prep and i cook it in the same pan I just used to cook my son's egg!
My only question in doing this has been concerning food combing, but I haven't gotten that far into NT yet so hopefully I'm not doing something really wrong.
DS also loves his yogurt. He loves to spoon it into the blender where we blend it into smoothie with fruit and CO. It comes out smooth enough for him to drink from his cup. I am hoping to begin making kefir for us soon.
He also likes oatmeal (steel cut, soaked overnight) with crispy nut butter mixed in. I add some melted butter on top and he loves to shake on some cinnamon. I don't really ever add any honey, syrup, sugar or other sweetners to any of his food.
Other than that we seem to be doing the same things as many others. He loves pieces of raw cheese, raw fruits and steamed veggies, beans and small pieces of sprouted bread spread with pate for snacks.