View Full Version : Ideas for 14 month old's meals
01-10-2008, 12:53 PM
I'm raising my dd vegetarian amongst a hh of teenage boys who eat all organic but it includes meat and dairy. My husband is fine with her being a vegetarian, I am a vegan, but would not be at all into her being 100% vegan right now, although naturally she doesn't like eggs or milk yogurt, so the only dairy she eats is a little raw cheese. I need some ideas for putting more raw into her diet. She eats carrots and apples each day, and likes green smoothies but never eats a lot of anything at a time. She loves oatmeal (cooked) with strawberry jam in it, and soy yogurt too. She also nurses a ton!
01-10-2008, 06:23 PM
My grandson is 15 months old and I babysit him full time. Now he does eat his parents (cooked, non-vegetarian diet) but I do influence his meals when I am with him! :)
He is allergic to dairy so no problems there and we suspect gluten might also be a problem, also he has not had citrus fruits yet.
He loves fruit and eats a ton of it, bananas, pears, melons, pineapple, mango, papaya, grapes, and veggies (but they are cooked). I know I'm not much help but I just let this little guy go with the fruits, smoothies (including green smoothies), and as he can chew better will add more fresh veggies to his diet. The more raw the better!
01-10-2008, 07:38 PM
I have never met a kid that didn't try to eat the whole tray of sweet onion bread while it was still in the dryer! :D
My guy still nurses like an infant, but he'll eat avocado anytime I put it in front of him with a little garlic salt. I make "hummus" out of practically anything, as long as it's garlicky and has lots of cilantro, he's all over it. You can make a sweet version of hummus too, with root veggies, orange juice and raisins.
01-18-2008, 03:14 PM
I wonder if fresh young coconut water and pulp blended smooth would make her smile ? It sure does me :)
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