What do they like most?

@kezabelle (2985)
April 9, 2008 1:47pm CST
I know children can be fussy sometimes with what they eat but I know my two have certain foods that no matter what "mood" they might be in they will always eat! Their favourite meals they will always eat are Bacon and cheese pasta Lasagne Roast chicken. If either of them are feeling funny or going through a funny phase with eating I know if I cook them those meals they will eat, its nice to have a good meal to fall back on when they are being fussy. My eldest will always eat strawberries and my youngest grapes as pudding no matter how they are feeling So what about your children do they have a favourite meal that you know you can always use to tempt them to eat?
3 responses
@ersmommy1 (12600)
• United States
9 Apr 08
My daughter will eat a banana. And a small bit of peanut butter scooped onto a spoon. In a pinch this always works. So does fixing mac n cheese. Those are great stand by's.
@kezabelle (2985)
9 Apr 08
Ah yes mac n cheese used to be a real favourite with my eldest when she was younger not so much now how quickly they change! Bananas I find are great as a standby for when they are teething or just not up to eating as they fill them up nicely but are sweet so my girls happily eat them!
@heatian (49)
• China
12 Apr 08
My boy likes to eat hamburgers no matter any mood he is in. Meanwhile, fried chicken is his favorite meal. Usually, He prefer rice and vegetable. Sometimes, he is fussy also and I have to say him, 'Ok, do as you like, If you don't eat, you keep hungry. No problem.' later, he will eat.
@gxnfly (1147)
• China
10 Apr 08
Well,I am not married,so I don't have kids.But I have a niece and a nephew.Yeah,some kids are fussy with what they eat.My niece is very fussy about food,she don't even like vegetable.That's not good ,she is now 10 years old,but looks like a 7 year old,she is even shorter than her 7 year old little brother,who is not fussy at all with food.But they are like meat,they can eat pork every meal,they eat meat even more than adults.