Cream cheese dip - slightly warm cream cheese in the microwave.
Whip in a little milk to keep it soft.
Add spices and herbs your child likes.
Maybe garlic powder, onion powder, and cumin.
Use this dip for tortilla chips, crackers, pretzels and veggies.
Meat sticks for babies as a snack.
Meat - leftover meat, cut up into finger sized pieces.
Whenever you have a meat dish (like a roast beef or chicken),
cut up the remaining meat and store in the fridge.
You can also add a favorite creamy salad dressing or some kind of sauce for flavor.
Nuts - keep a jar or can of nuts available.
Mix a few different kinds together for variety.
Put a small handful in a tiny bowl and that's a serving.
Keep a big bowl on the counter filled with apples and oranges.
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