Food and Nutrition

My daughter doesn

Taruna Khanijow
1 to 3 years

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Updated on Jan 08, 2015

Hi everyone,   My daughter is 2 years and 1 month old. I used to give her plain milk earlier (almost one year back) then I started with corn flakes, oats, sabudana with milk and gur in the breakfast and she had them properly. But I am observing her from last few days that she is not liking them at all. She hates milk shakes which I used to give her in the evening. Also few of the things which she used to have properly such as daal, vegetables, rice, daaliya etc. She hates everything now. Please help me out with some solution. I love to try something new which should be rich in nutrition but I would prefer that preparation should be less.   Thanks Taruna

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Monika

| Jan 08, 2015

Taruna Khanijow, Give her new meals at different days of time. bring a change in her pattern of her eating... a small excitement works. And during meals, have 2 things in her plate for eg: daal chawal and maybe halwa. A bite of this and then a bite of that brings some fun for children. it is just the terrible twos you are facing... will go away eventually or rather you will work your own ways of dealing with it.

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Kritika

| Jan 08, 2015

Taruna Khanijow, try adding some interesting things to her milk such as complan or paediasure. also, a few tea leaves with elaichi and adrak. children love imitating adults and when they see adults driking tea, you could give her, her cup too... just milk with a few tea leaves for colour. And make food time interesting time for eg: say let's see who will finish their tea first, mumma or baby. and then you lose in mock way. this will excite her and she may look forward to the next meal.

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Parentune Support

| Jan 08, 2015

Also you may try these interesting recipes for your daughter - https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/3-easy-snack-recipes-for-fussy-eaters/404

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Parentune Support

| Jan 08, 2015

Hi Taruna Khanijow You may refer to these blogs and recipes .- 1. https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/9-easy-ways-to-handle-fussy-eaters/447

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Amita

| Jan 08, 2015

Hi Taruna Khanijow, it happens sometimes with children that they stop eating what they were happily gulping down earlier. Give her menu a makeover. You can make pasta for her at home, using wholegrain pasta and home-made sauce (make on a weekend and store in the fridge), add veggies to it; wholewheat semolina made with veggies; if you eat egg, then give her egg bhurji in a chapati roll; for milk, make her fruit custard or kheer, make fresh paneer at home using milk; saute paneer/mushrooms/potatoes in garlic and butter and serve with toothpicks; make kebabs out of dal (these can also be stored in the freezer) and serve as a kathi roll.... basically give a new look to her older meals. gradually, start coming back to normal food.

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