On the menu for the week:
- Breakfast consist of one of the following daily: yogurt with fruit & granola, whole grain bread with nutella & bananas, fruit & yogurt smoothie, 1/2 muffin or veggie omelet
- Lunches are one of the following: grilled cheese & apple slices, chicken quesadilla, lentils, pasta with ground turkey and sauteed veggies or mac n cheese
- Dinners (I really tried to use whatever the adults were eating) but there's a few unique to Liv: like Sweet Potato, Yukon Gold and Butternut Squash mashed with a little bit of heavy cream, butter and mixed with some cinnamon, brown sugar and nutmeg - I call it Thanksgiving in a Bowl
This way, it keeps our whole Olivia team on the same page as to what to feed her since she's getting sort of bored with the norms in her menu. I can also say that she gets about 75% homemade food, and highlights that we really need to focus on getting more veggies in her. My baby & toddler cookbook from Williams Sonoma actually has a few dip recipes that I may try to help her with self feeding and hopefully get her to take in some veggies along the way. So that's that, depending on how week 1 goes, I may have to get more or less creative with Week 2. All I know is the fridge is full of stuff begging to be cooked and the ice cube trays are jammed with food I made yesterday so it's going to be quite the week.