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Family Meal Plan Week 2



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Monday

Health Rating

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Allow kids (and adults) to assemble their burritos with the ingredients themselves

Apple

1 medium

Snack

Ham, sliced

2 slice(s)

Pear

1 medium

Bread stick, plain

3 small stick

Tuesday

Health Rating

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Fruit flavoured yogurt, 2-4% M.F.

0.50 cup

White rice, medium-grain, cooked

1 cup

Snack

Egg, hard boiled

1 medium egg

Mixed berries

0.50 cup

Baguette, French bread, toasted

1 thick slice

Wednesday

Health Rating

Breakfast

Lunch

White rice, medium-grain, cooked

1 cup

Dinner

Mixed berries

0.50 cup

Snack

Pear

1 medium

Bread stick, plain

3 small stick

Ham, sliced

2 slice(s)

Thursday

Health Rating

Breakfast

Dinner

White rice, medium-grain, cooked

1 cup

Friday

Health Rating

Breakfast

Dinner

If your kids do not like beans, feel free to serve them separately in a bowl
Minestrone soup freezes very well and can be stored in the freezes for 2 months

Butter, unsalted

1 tbsp

Baguette, French bread

1 medium slice

Snack

Baguette, French bread

1 medium slice

Egg, hard boiled

1 medium egg

Mixed berries

0.50 cup

Saturday

Health Rating

Breakfast

Lunch

Butter, unsalted

1 tbsp

Baguette, French bread

1 medium slice

Dinner

Greek yogurt, plain, 2% M.F.

0.50 cup

Banana

1 medium

Sunday

Health Rating

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Feel free to make a double batch and freeze before frying

Frozen hashed brown potato, plain

1 cup shredded

Apple

1 medium


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Registered Dietitian, mom of 3, founder of FeedingBytes.com

I am Natalia Stasenko, Registered Dietitian, child feeding expert and mom of 3.

My passion is helping busy parents so their kids get the best nutrition and build a great relationship with food.

I believe that in order to improve health of our future generations every family should have access to the best advice on feeding children. It has to be practical, easy to follow and focus on building confidence in parents instead of triggering panic, guilt and shame.

I started specializing in child nutrition because, as someone who is obsessed with food, it was all I could think about after I started having kids. Feeding kids including starting solids and feeding problems is what I’ve been studying, researching, writing and speaking about for the last 10 years. I worked with hundreds of families privately, through federal programs and via my online classes.

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