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I asked this in another forum a while back and I am convinced I didn't get real answers.
I just feel bad sometimes as if I don't feed him well, but he just likes what he likes. I would love some suggestions though.
oatmeal/cream of wheat
bagels w/cream cheese
tortilla chips and guacamole dip
sometimes lunch meat
sometimes mashed potatoes.
I have recently started making a mix of mini marshmallows, M&Ms, raisins and craisins. He is not normally allowed candy, but I figure if I put in 3 cups of the fruit to every 1/2 c of marshmallows and a small bag of chocolate, I am doing pretty good for him.
The other suggestion I have is if you buy an acorn squash and halve it and bake it with some butter in it and brown sugar, when it is done ( 45 minutes or so at 350 degrees) scoop it out and spoon over the butter/sugar mix over the top and call it candy squash. Ayden will not eat it if we call it acorn squash, but if I call it candy squash the next day, he will eat almost an entire half on his own!
He eats a ton of PB&J
lots of bread
fruit (I try to introduce something new each week into a fruit bowl)
The other thing I do is I make zuchinni mini muffins with carrot shreds in them. The carrots don't change the taste, but they get some veggies in their treat. If I make him a fruit smoothie I try to throw in one veggie in there too bc he will not eat veggies otherwise other than his candy squash and occasionally corn.