My baby is 21 months now. She doesn't eat roti and sabzi together. Sometimes she eats only 2 to 3 bites then she start throwing out either roti or sabzi. She eat few spoons of vegetable alone but not with roti. She like to hv roti only with Jam or sometimes daal. Any inputs on how i make her eat roti sabzi and is jam is okay for her if given approx 4 times in a week?

If she is not eating roti sabzi it is ok dear. You can give her sabzi and roti separately. Jam is ok. You can give her..better make one at home. You can find the recipe on YouTube. Also check this article Kiddy Kitchen: Toddler Weight Gain Special

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Thanks neha. Surely will try to make at home

hi manvi bhandari , it's totally ok..when baby wants to eat roti alone, apply some more ghee & sprinkle very little salt on it..so she will complete the whole chapati bcz of good taste! & if; she likes to eat sabji alone then make it with less oil & garnish with little cheez or butter..make homemade jam so it will good for her.

Dear Manvi..if kiddo doent like roti sabji together you can give separate by making roti in to a paratha or even make simple stuffed paratha with carrots, aaloo or paneer..another trick is dood me roti..in her regular milk add little sugar and small roti pieces. This is complete meal..also try veggie dalia..dalia is broken wheat and with veggies..its complete meal

Thanks Aditi. Ya i gave her stuffed paratha nd sometimes roti. Nd roti in milk is what she hates 😋 daliya she likes. Usually i was putting veggies in her khichdi, now she doesn't want to eat khichdi. She prefers daal rice over it

No issues dear..tastes and food habits take time to settle..bas koshish karte raho..someday she will start eating everything..

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