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MsPrufrock

P. has taken to the incorporation of lentils and couscous into some of her food. With the lentils I usually steam and blend in some vegetables like carrot, parsnip or other root vegetables.

As for couscous, her current favourite is couscous, cooked tomatoes and mozzarella.

leafy

if you want to add carbs, brown rice pasta is good as a finger food and/or blended in with veggies. tinkyada is my favorite brand (and not just for baby! I too have wheat issues so don't eat regular pasta).

Lynnette

Puffins are pretty big... Do you cut those up for her? I have a 14 month old and am always looking for new ideas on food for her... Love Puffins myself!

Lynnette

Puffins are pretty big... Do you cut those up for her? I have a 14 month old and am always looking for new ideas on food for her... Love Puffins myself!

Annie

wow !! muffins. I have a 15 month old and he just loved them. I am looking forward for more such ideas.

Myra

I have a GERD/MSPI kiddo so I know how hard it is to find finger foods for them. My Peanut loves avocado pieces and mashed up black beans w/ brown rice. This website is also great for food finds http://www.celiac.com/catalog/

Peanut loves this cereal
http://www.perkysnaturalfoods.com/perkyocereal.asp

Also, I found a decent bread at whole foods made w/ spelt and completly yeast free, but it still contains gluten just in a gentler version. My dd doesn't have celiac disease, gluten just irritates her reflux, but she can take this bread. Here is their website for more info http://www.frenchmeadow.com/

I don't want to take the credit for this info. I belong to a group of reflux moms who put their heads together and find stuff that our kiddos can tolerate. Take a look and you might find some recipes you can feed NG.

http://www.infantrefluxdisease.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=49

Again, I empathize how hard it is and wish the best :)

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