yeah. why not?
This is a discussion on Eggs within the Introducing Solids & Feeding Your Fussy Toddlers forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Hi mummy, can i know whether a 13 mths plus child can eat scramble egg?? Thanks...
can i know whether a 13 mths plus child can eat scramble egg?? Thanks
yeah. why not?
Ya of coz can.
Doc only advise baby below 1 year old avoid egg.
then your got add anything?? just beat the eggs and fry ....muzt be very cook or not ....thanks
Last edited by vonn81; 27-05-2009 at 03:37 PM.
You can add loads of things to it! Veg such as diced tomato, carrots etc., small bits of chicken, diced mushrooms, cheese.... Better to cook thoroughly.
you can try making scrambled egg without oil if your frying pan is a nonstick pan.
when i first made scrambled egg for my boy, i added some milk into his egg to make it smoother (easier to chew n swallow).
butter is not good for frying cos it has alot of saturated fat.
i personally prefer not to intro any form of 'tasty food' till at least 2-3yrs.
cos once they like these tasty food, they'll reject the nontasty n onli want the tasty food.
my son already 29mths and he dont like sweet or salty food. he will eat even the most bland n tasteless foods.
Yes, i understand your concern. Its good that your son doesnt like sweet or salty food....I do not add any seasoning or marinate the meat during cooking. I use veg and meat( itself) for the flavour. I bought unsalted butter for her food as my doc says was ok...just not too much. Anyway i do not give everyday too. just once in awhile....so not so bad bah....
how much nutrition knowledge do doctors actually know?
anyway, it's up to you if you wanna give butter to your lil kids. saturated fat has been extensively studied and identified about the cause of many diseases. if we can totally avoid it for our kids from young, isn't it a better choice? olive oil is a much healthier alternative which is readily available, so y choose butter?
*I'm seeing this from nutrition point of view cos that's what i've studied and that's my main interest when food is concerned with my son.
'occasional' will eventually develop into 'habit' when they r older n learn to make their own choices.
Empty vessels make the most noise
well, yes it really up to individual preference on what food we want to put into our lil kids mouth. I know some mummies out there hav no pang tang, give everything they eat to their kids...some are very careful and strict. I'm choosing be in the middle of both. as i will not give my gal what she is not suppose to have....but i will also not be so strict or particular in certain things that i give...can say butter. i think i chosen unsalted butter is already good enough than i choose those lightly salted or salted ones...and we do not give them everyday or giving large quantity....my mum already think that i'm too extreme , she say she gave us everything anything that they eat when we are young. I'm more particular in her food before she turn one...after one i'm slowly releasing my belt.... thats my pt ...mummy may not agree...its ok...