I found these Quaker Buttermilk Ranch Rice Crisps= 130 calories per 17 crackers. I absolutely love them. Sticking to Adkin Bars and Fiber One for my chocolate fix and an occasional sugarfree Whitman's chocolate but you can't eat more than 2 they will give you bathroom issues.
Cheese and fruit is usually good- cheese sticks, wheels, triangles, or better cheese (get them used to good stuff!) Mine liked veggie pouches. Peter Rabbit (Pumpkin Tree brand) had some good ones, though there is usually an apple or pear base, so the sugar is not low but they do get veg that way. My son would eat the spinach one though he would not go near spinach any other tie when he was that age. Plain greek yogurt and fruit (maybe some veg) "ice cream" smoothie is still a common one for my kids.
Fitness Minutes: (131,739)
4/26/18 8:05 A
I like offering fresh seasonal raw veggies and fruits if needed between meals. Provides antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber to tide them over between meals without spoiling their appetites too much for mealtime.
"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever exercises faith in him shall not perish but have eternal life." John 3:16
My kids love cherry tomatoes and mini cucumbers (you'd have to cut the cherry tomatoes in half for the 9 month old). They like uncooked fruits and veggies in general. Applesauce is the exception - they love that too.
The trick is to keep it simple. I think my kids distrust anything that looks like I put a lot of effort into. lol
Edited by: NADINE200 at: 4/4/2018 (16:42)
Pounds lost: 30.0
Fitness Minutes: (43,568)
29,270 4/3/18 10:24 P