If you figure it out, let me know…
No really. My 2-year-old daughter is a dairy lovin’, carb stuffin’, peanut butter and fruit crammin’ machine. Oh, and of course a chocolate fiend. Those food groups are pretty much what I can get her to eat right now, IF that.
When I can, I try to sneak the veggies (which she instantly finds on her plate) into a smoothie; that way she never knows and she gets the nutrients and vitamins she needs to power through her day.
The one thing I can get her to eat without a fuss, though, is HappyBaby Baby’s First Whole Milk Yogurt. She loves it because it tastes good. I love it because it has no added sweeteners, contains vitamin d, probiotics, protein, vitamins and is USDA Certified Organic. It’s the perfect food for 6 months and on up!
I actually tasted it as well and you can definitely tell no added sugar was put in this since it’s not as sweet tasting as other yogurts, which is a plus in my book!
For my picky little eater though, I do try to incorporate foods that she doesn’t particularly like, hence the yellow bell pepper veggies on her plate, but she, of course, spotted them immediately and said, “no peppers!” I may or may not have told her they were fruit strips so she’d try a bite, but, she immediately gave me the evil toddler glare after she crunched down on it so I probably won’t try that again.
You can now get this HappyBaby Baby’s First Yogurt at Walmart in the refrigerated section. And while you’re at it, save this $1.00 iBotta Offer to your account so you can redeem for it later with your receipt.
So, What Do You Feed a Picky Toddler?
It’s like she sees stuff and immediately doesn’t want to try it because it doesn’t look appealing. Perhaps, I should try making stuff into fun shapes or characters and give that a go. Not sure why I never thought of that before.
Do you have any tips or ideas on how to get your toddler to eat healthier foods?