Munchkin Meals–16 months

It’s this time of month where I share my baby’s meals for another Munchkin Meals linkup at A Healthy Slice of Life.

The meals this month, except for a taste of escargots and canard in Paris (yes that’s right!, you can check them out in our Eating Paris post) , were pretty much the usual.  She also had pomegranates for the first time and she loved them with breakfast or as a snack.

Here’s what we’ve been having for breakfast;

Yogurt, oats, pomegranates, walnuts

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Dipping bread in labneh and olive oil. That’s not entirely hers, she just shared it with her grandpa.

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Oatmeal with raisins, chia seeds and dried cranberries

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banana-yogurt-oat “pancakes”; a recipe I came up with from leftover pantry/fridge items that I shared over on Facebook. It was a hit with the whole family. You can check the recipe on this link–> ( Post by Health ‘n’ Horizons)

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and lunch;

a half-portion of Italian restaurant seafood risotto. Check out my thoughts about it on this post on kids’ meals.

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Pizza with oven-baked rosemary zucchini and sweet potato fries

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“loubyeh bi zeit”; Lebanese green beans in tomato sauce

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half a salmon fillet (75 grams) marinated in lemon, olive oil and rosemary then grilled and served with bulgur and green beans

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Freekeh with roasted eggplants and onions, pomegranates and pine nuts. I didn’t think of taking a picture of her  portion as we were having a quick family lunch but she loved it (without the pine nuts).

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And the afternoon snacks;

avocado slices with a piece of the breakfast “pancake”

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Greek yogurt and pomegranates

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So here’s a glimpse of what we’ve been eating around here, what have your kiddos been munching on?

4 thoughts on “Munchkin Meals–16 months

  1. To see a child eating such beautiful and delicious food makes me smile! I’m so proud of my 3-year-old’s palette and nonchalant attitude towards junk food. Hooray for you, healthy momma!

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