At one year old, my ds was sleeping with much the same patterns as yours is. He wasn't eating much solid foods, but I would try to give him a banana or some muesli or something before bedtime, but often he didn't want it, so that wasn't really something that helped.
The only thing I did that kept me from going insane every night was having my dh get up and walk with ds. I would say about 30% of the time this would work. Other times ds would start crying and would want me. But those times that it did work were heaven!
We finally nightweaned when ds was 2. And even though that didn't stop the nightwakings entirely (it did help though), nights are a whole lot easier now that I don't have the nurse him the entire time. But I never would have been able to nightwean ds when he was 1. In fact, the first time we tried he was 18 months, and we stopped after 2 nights because ds just wasn't ready. When we tried again at 2, it was a whole different story. In fact, it was when nursing at night wasn't really working anymore that I started to feel that he was ready to nightwean.
I guess I don't have much advice, other than try to get dh to do as much as your babe will let him, and know that it won't be forever. I know that doesn't help at 3am when you're about to scream (or actually screaming, as I did a few times
), but I just wanted to let you know that you're not alone, that this is definitely within the normal range, and that I don't believe any sleep training is required.
And Hyland's teething tablets worked well for us on nights when we weren't even sure he was teething. Either they are helpful for sleep issues as well, or it actually was teething that was waking him . Either way, we kept a bottle on our nightstand for awhile there.