It’s time for another installment of adventures in feeding Finn! 🙂
Here are previous posts for those of you who might have younger babes:
Mealtimes with Finn are pretty fun these days. I don’t get stressed over what he does or doesn’t eat, he’s generally in a good and playful mood and he’s mostly past the stage of throwing food and dumping his plate over. Can we take a moment to appreciate the things that came with him to his high chair in this photo? 🙂
Dave’s Killer Bread thin-sliced sprouted whole grains with butter and cream cheese, cottage cheese scrambled eggs and orange slices.
Oat pancake strips, cottage cheese scrambled eggs, Fage Total 5% with honey and a sliced strawberry.
Banana oatmeal with cottage cheese stirred in at the end.
ALDI sweet potato tots, cottage cheese scrambled eggs and oranges.
Dr. Praeger’s kale puffs, orange slices and cottage cheese scrambled eggs.
So…cottage cheese in every breakfast here but it’s such an easy add to eggs and oatmeal for some extra deliciousness and protein! Current favorite is Good Culture whole milk or double cream.
Also, Finn hasn’t really been a fan of fruit but this past month he’s been all about oranges…thus the reason you’ll see so many in this post!
Cheese quesadilla, animal crackers, grapes and deli turkey.
Cheese and crackers, orange slices, honey graham cookies, banana bread.
Graham crackers, a cheese stick, bananas, honey graham cookies, raisins and sweet potato tots.
Peanut butter and jelly rollup in a tortilla, orange slices, cheese slices, pea puff sticks and cheesy puffs.
Mac and cheese, peanut and date bar, fig bar, peanut butter mini crackers, orange slices.
Carrot maple oat banana bread, apple slices, cheese slices and pea puffs.
Shrimp sautéed in butter, roasted parsnips, carrots, potatoes and sweet potatoes, green beans and orange slices.
Homemade pepperoni pizza with sourdough crust, apple slices and mixed veggies with butter.
Shrimp sautéed in butter, ALDI sweet potato tots, berries and roasted brussels.
Grilled cheese on Dave’s Killer thin-sliced white done right, turkey roll ups and apple slices.
Dr. Praeger Kale Puffs, buttered rice, homemade beef meatballs and strawberries.
Same meatballs and white rice with strawberries and avocado.
Dr. Praeger’s rice-crusted fishies, white rice with butter and mixed veggies.
And that brings us to the end of Finn’s eats at 21 months. I have a lot of goals around things that I want to cook for him and introduce him to but I am not putting too much pressure on myself (or him!) to make it happen. I think things are progressing as well as I could hope. Finn is happy and healthy and that’s all that I can ask. <3
What is your almost 2 year old eating, and not eating!?
Favorite toddler-friendly homemade recipes? Favorite toddler-friendly convenience foods?