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#1 of 5 Old 08-23-2006, 07:04 PM - Thread Starter
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Ok, we are staying in a motel and I am being so not creative feeding my ds.

Any simple meal and snack ideas for a 14 month old? He has not had any nuts yet (my dh has bad nut allergies) and he doesn't have molars yet. We have a small fridge and a microwave. Anything easy to pick up at a grocery store or fast food restaurant would be good, too.

So far we're doing a lot of breastmilk, about an avacado a day, bananas, spinach quesadillas, and bean burritoes all the time.

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just in terms of snacks...applesauce, veggie booty, organic yogurt, string cheese, crackers in hummus.

we still make a meal here and there of a wide array of snacks...

hope that helps. (isn't it nice to know that your little one is getting such ggod nutrition by nursing? i still feel that way, and my little one is nearly 2! but he goes whole days without eatting much of anything besides breastmilk...ha!)
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Ds loves dried papya and dried pinapple, fruit leather
Crackers, veggie booty, yogurt pretzel sticks, we have also used annie's single packet mac n cheese on vacations
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-Baby carrots (steam them with a little water inthe takes about 2min for 6 of them in our microwave and dd loves them!)

- Whole wheat bagels with nothing or with cream cheese or a little butter

- VEGGIE BURGERS!!! (Kiera ADORES them and her obsession with "hamburgers" began @ around 14 months)

- I second the microwave Mac "N CHeese - add some steamed veggies and viola - a meal!

- Grapes and cherries really do keep forever in the fridge and are ocnvenient.

- Has enyone said yogurt in a tube? Dd loves that and it doesn't require utensils!

HTH...I will keep thinking...
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Chunked extra firm tofu and frozen peas (thawed, natch) have been good for the Small Friends when they've been about that age.
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