So far, we've had some good hits, some big misses and some "I'll eat it if I feel like it".
- berries (whole raspberries & blueberries)
- avacado (he gets it spoon fed with some chicken cut up into it...and he likes it)
- toast fingers with butter- although he's really into any carb I give him (crackers, bagels, breads, etc...)
- whole baby carrots that are steamed just enough for him to gum (although he'll eat them mashed too)
- roasted chicken
- sweet potato fries (homemade- not cause I'm fancy, just because I happen to make them at home)
- grilled cheese
- yogurt (loves love loves)
- piece of HARD fruit (which scares me to no end because he doesn't have molars- but he loves apple, pear and peaches that are HARD...no soft squishy fruit)
- casseroles. almost every one I have made has ended up being rejected (I'm attempting sheppard's pie with him tonight, so we'll see!). Even when I blend it up so it's easier to eat, he still isn't impressed
- pasta with tomato sauce. He actually looks at me like I'm trying to torture him.
- tofu. ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.
- chicken fingers- thought he'd think these were awesome but he practically sobbed when I gave it to him
- homemade potato leek soup. He ate the first two spoonfuls then stuck his hand straight out and fully rejected all further attmepts
- pureed fruit- sometimes he loves the stuff and sometimes he purses his lips and rejects
- eggs- again, one day it's fantastic and the next it's AWFUL!
- stew- first time it was a huge hit. Second time ok. Third time he cried. Oh well.
- oatmeal- he hates the baby stuff unless I trick him into eating it. He thinks the grownup oats are ok but only if I'm eating it and he can eat some off of my big girl spoon.
- most green veggies- he can't stand green veggies unless they are fully hidden by other more tasty treats. I gave him steamed broccoli once and that was an epic fail.
But I'm open to ideas and suggestions- what do you serve your child? I'm running out of interesting ideas!