“What's a go to food that you give your children when they don't want to eat but you want some nutrition & calories? Mine is eggs or pbj.”
Frankel is the mother to a two-year-old daughter, Bryn. Toddlers are notoriously picky eaters. One week they only want string cheese or yogurt for every meal. Then the next week they refuse to touch it.
Fortunately, toddlers can get the calories and nutrition they need without taking in a large amount of food. Since children are desperate for independence at this age, giving toddlers finger foods they can manage themselves is a good solution. Being in control of their food encourages them to eat more. As a bonus, these foods are quick and easy for busy parents like Bethenny Frankel to prepare.
Here are some ideas for meals that will interest most picky toddlers.
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