Answer: Hi. Whatever the rest of your family eats can be eaten by them too! You only need to take care to avoid as much salt in the food as possible Dal is packed with protein which helps in muscle development. Dal curry can be eaten with rice or chapatti It’s easy to feed as it contains the goodness of all the vegetables you add in it! For instance, carrot soup would be good for the eyes and potatoes contain fibre. Paratha which is a regular food for the family that can easily be eaten by the baby too! The stuffing of vegetables or paneer makes it a balanced meal. Over cooking the chicken to make it softer is a good idea for your toddler Try this.menu Sunday Puri Bhajji, Watermelon Scoops, Khichdi, Cheese pieces, Barley Porridge Monday Besan ka Chilla, Bananaslices,Chappati and dal,Bread rolls, Paneer parantha Tuesday EggSandwich, Fried Apple rings, Curd rice,Ragi Laddu, Masoor dal kichdi with curd, Wednesday Caulifower parantha,Cucumber sticks,Rajma Rice,Banana Shake,Cereal with milk Thursday Idli,Ragi dosa,Kadhi Chawal,Chicken curry rice, Steamed dosa Friday Chapatti with soya chunks curried, Halved grapes, Mixed Veg Kichdi, Apple shake, Chicken soup Saturday Aloo parantha, Cereal with milk, French toast. Rice with egg curry, Hope this helps!
Answer: Hello dear.. kid's diet should contain all nutrients that needed for body's development both mentally and physically... Diet chart After wake-up give a glass of milk Breakfast Veg Poha Aloo paratha Panneer paratha Idly Dosa Health mix poridge Egg dosa Bread toast with butter Mid morning Fruit salad with honey Peanut ladoo Fruit milk shake Lunch Dal rice Veg rice You can also mix any veg poriyal with rice One egg daily Curd rice topped with dryfruits,carrot,pomogranate Evening Dry fruits Ground nut Chikki Rice flakes Makhana Dinner Chappati Veg dosa Uthappam Veg khichdi Rasam rice Before bed Glass of milk