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Anyone have any links or knowledge as to what I can feed 14month dd? I do the basics, but am running low on ideas and starting to feel like a bad mama.<br><br>
Most recipes are a bit advanced since she is only 14 months old. She is still BF which eases the nutrition concern a bit, but we need <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/redface.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Embarrassment">a broader diet than pasta, rice, veggies, fruit, and a little meat.<br><br>
The thing is, I don't know how to cook. So this is a learning experience since I do not even know the basics of nutrition or cooking. I am slowly learning.....<br><br>
Any links, recipe, menus would be welcomed. I am also trying to be more frugal/organized so I need help with HOW to plan meals.....<br>
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I had to learn to cook to avoid milk/soy for my DS and me. You're avoiding the foods too since she can't have them, right?<br><br>
chicken marsala over rice<br>
baked salmon with sauteed spinach (my DD2's favorite when she was a toddler)<br>
chickpeas<br>
Swedish meatballs<br>
Spaghetti and meatsauce (messy though for that age)<br>
waffles/pancakes (you can make them with water or rice milk)<br>
eggs any which way w/ bacon/sausage<br>
breakfast burrito (home fries, scrambled eggs, onions, peppers)<br>
salad<br>
pot roast, mashed potatoes, gravy<br>
sweet potato fries (another hit with the young)<br>
roasted potatoes and/or veggies<br>
hash (potatoes/meat)<br>
potato pancakes<br>
(it's 7am, I'm stuck in breakfast mode)<br>
scalloped potatoes<br>
stuffed peppers (she can eat the insides)<br>
poached salmon<br>
pan fried tilapia<br>
cabbage rolls
 
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