Toddler Meals (July 25 - 31)

~ Posted on Monday, August 1, 2011 at 8:50 AM ~

Pictures of meals are getting less since quite a number of the meals served to Ben have been featured in previous posts of toddler's meals. Continuing on with Ben's meals for July 25th to 31st...

25 July
Breakfast - Cheese + omelette (hubby cooked), a bottle of Vitagen
Lunch - Egg noodle, choc milk UHT, mango pudding
Tea - Cornflakes
Dinner - Oats, cornflakes, honey dew, soya milk
Supper - choc rolls biscuits

Lunch for 25 July

26 July
Breakfast - Oats, cornlakes, Vitagen
Lunch - 1 slice of cheddar cheese, yogurt, choc roll biscuits
Dinner - UHT choc milk, oats crackers, tuna
Supper - Kaya balls, cornflakes

27 July
Breakfast - Oats, grapes, cornlakes, Vitagen
Lunch - Oatmeals with apricot biscuits, banana biscuit, UHT choc milk
Dinner - Steamboat

28 July
Breakfast - Oats, grapes, cornlakes, Vitagen
Lunch - Half sour cream bun, UHT strawberry milk, 2 pieces of oat biscuits with apricot flavor
Dinner - Rice, lotus soup, lotus, Japanese tofu

29 July
Breakfast - Grapes, choc UHT milk, some oats, some choc spread bread
Lunch - Tuna with crackers, a bottle of Vitagen, yogurt
Dinner - Soy sauce noodle with some lotus, honey dew, oats crackers

Lunch for 29 July...

30 July
Brunch - Cheese + omelette (hubby cooked), a bottle of Vitagen, choc UHT milk
Tea - Oat crackers, some choc doughnuts
Dinner - Sushi King ~ Salmon skin, tofu, boiled egg, crab sticks, edamame

31 July
Breakfast - Oats, grapes, cornlakes, Vitagen, some Peach Melba cake
Lunch - Half slice of bread with kaya & butter spread, mini choc bun, half oats crackers
Tea - Cheese omelette, a bottle of Vitagen, mango pudding, loads of grapes, oats crackers
Dinner - Mushroom, lemon chicken with some rice, jelly cake

Comments (4) -

Catheryn @ PinkBibs

WOw. Ben's meals all look yummy and has a lot of variety Smile

Ben takes a lot of mango pudding and vitagen er?

Jenny @ I'm a full-time mummy

Hey Catheryn!
Ben takes loads of grapes and Vitagen and UHT milk is his daily thing. As for the mango pudding, we just recently started with this, surprisingly he doesn't like those Nata de Coco thingy Tong and the pudding is more like a treat when he's fussy lah..

uncle Lee

Hi Mummy, you a good mother, and your boy lucky have your delicious food for him.
I was born when the Japanese arrived, not with Toyotas or Hondas, but with long Samurai swords.
And milk was scarce then, so it was soya bean and tapioca, bananas for food.
You reading this shows I am around still, survived that menu. ha ha.
Have a nice day.

Jenny @ I'm a full-time mummy

Hi Uncle Lee!
Wow, my dad was borned before the Japanese arrived, and my mum around your time. Both were gone few years already. And yes, do understand the hardship and difficulties surviving during those times! And to think nowadays we young kids waste food like nobody's business eh? Frown

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