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Sunday, March 8, 2009


Snacks at times have been really easy to find and at times a big challenge.  Mostly because my daughter gets bored eating the same thing.  The "nutritional" rule with snacks is that there are at least two food groups included.  That limits us a little when you take out the dairy and you normally don't eat meat at snack.  Also veggies need to be cooked at softened at this age.  Our snacks are typically fruit and grain.  My daughter only drinks water or soy milk for snack.

Here are some simple snack suggestions:

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