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Looking for some ideas

Posted: Thu Nov 12, 2015 6:50 pm
by Melanthe70
Hi,

My grandson suddenly became extremely picky and refuses to eat almost everything. I can get him to eat(1-2 days a week):

    Chicken nuggets
    Fries
    Poptarts
    French toast sticks
    Junk food (anytime)
Most days it is just milk and juice only. All his favorite foods went out the window, except junk food. I don't like giving him just that to eat.

I'm seeking ideas for finger foods that he might eat.

Right now, I mix Carnation into his morning bottle (should he refuse to eat) and his doctor recently relented to prescribe Pedisure for him.

Re: Looking for some ideas

Posted: Wed Feb 03, 2016 1:25 am
by monicawoodlm
Hi Melanthe70 ,
Hope you are doing well. YOur grand son seems to be very naughty. Well, I too have a daughter and she is very choosy regarding her food. I keep on looking for creative recipes I could offer which are yummy too. Otherwise, she is not going to have it.

You can make one thing which is my daughter's all time favorite and is healthy too. You can make Mint meatloaves with baked potato chips. For this you just need two table spoon olive oil, some garlic, onion and tomato. First you have to heat oil in a pan.

Then add some onion, garlic to it. Ad the meatloaves. Add mint leaves too. Meanwhile you can bake your potato and soon you will get baked potatoes. Then you can add some sweet sauce to it as well. When its half baked add another sauce.

You will get amazing dish and your grandson will be loving it. I have read other recipes on this page and they all are amazing.I have tried a few too at my home.

Have fun with your grand son and give him this tasty food. I am sure he will love it. All the best. :lol:

Re: Looking for some ideas

Posted: Fri Feb 12, 2016 2:29 pm
by kawsar
How to make cake.

Re: Looking for some ideas

Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2017 5:14 pm
by Kevin Levites
I've gone gluten and dairy free, and it has helped with a lot of issues that have troubled me my whole life.

Try researching Thai and Vietnamese food.

These cuisines are exquisite when prepared properly, are healthy, many dishes are simple to make and--more importantly--are already gluten and dairy free.

I keep hearing over and over and over again about autistic people being addicted to dairy products.

If you decide to go gluten and dairy free with your grandson, make sure (and this is very important) that you consult a doctor and/or a dietician, as you don't want him getting growth or developmental problems from missing certain things in his diet.