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18th-Jan-2009 10:42 am
At our 9 month visit, my son's pediatrician suggested we could start eggs, since he's shown no evidence of allergies to anything else. He said to start out just giving him the yolk of a hardboiled egg, and then moving on to scrambled eggs and baby omlettes if he's fine with the yolk. Only problem is... I don't know how to fix eggs. They taste really gross to me and give me digestive issues, so I don't eat them. My husband loves them though, and I really wish I *could* eat them, so I do want to try Derek on them.

So what kinds of things do you make with eggs for babies and toddlers? I can hardboil one, but beyond that, I'm stuck.
18th-Jan-2009 06:56 pm (UTC)
my son loved scrambled eggs (with or without grits or toast), he especially liked them if I added a bit of cheese.
18th-Jan-2009 07:51 pm (UTC)
I usually just scramble a yolk or two. My daughter loves them.
18th-Jan-2009 10:17 pm (UTC)
I make cheesy scrambled eggs or eggs-in-holes (points at icon).
19th-Jan-2009 01:19 am (UTC)
Sam loves scrambled eggs with basil and garlic in them and some mini tater tots - it's a great finger-food meal!
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