16. Canned peas. Yup, by the spoonful for my baby. And results in split pea poop.
15. Fruit snacks. No, not real fruit for a snack. But the kind that look like rubber. Trader Joe’s or target brands.
14. Scrambled eggs - basic.
13. Flour tortillas either plain or with sandwich fixins, melted cheese12. Ice Cream Cone AKA Chobani "gimmes" frozen yogurt sticks to be eaten like a popsicle straight from the freezer
11. Pouch (from aldi, 4oz squeeze applesauce)
10. Bamba - or anything peanut butter
9. Animal Crackers - only in the giant teddy bear plastic container that my child climbs on the table to play with
8. TJ Chocolate Cat Cookies - less unhealthy version of cookies
7. "Flat" Cheese (this is plain, flat American cheese slices)
6. Pasta with parve butter - preferably small and easy to pick up with pincer grip
5. Candy - AKA Craisins or raisins or prunes
4. Pies - AKA Veggie Stix AKA "fries"
3. Banana - plain and simple
2. Clementines or canned mandarins
1. Lox - yes, it's my kids' favorite but it's hella expensive. Limit this option as much as possible, even if your husband is a caterer and has stock. My kids could eat a16oz pack in one sitting, and I am not exaggerating).
What easy and accessible foods do your kids love?
Love and laughter,