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    Diet & Nutrition

    A healthy meal plan for your 2-year-old

    Written on 20 April 2021

    Expert Verified

    Dt. Mansi Goyal

    Specializes in Critical Gestational Diabetes, PCOS Patients - BSC| MSC (Home Science, Food & Nutrition)

    It is very vital to have your baby's meal plan chalked out to avoid last-minute confusion on what to make. The meal plan needs to have healthy options so that your baby grows the right way during his initial years. A good meal plan will also help you in avoiding unnecessary junk consumption by your baby. Food options available are unending and in such a scenario, it becomes absolutely difficult to draw a plan for your baby! Here’s some help...

    Must have elements in your baby's diet:

    A few nutrition boosters are necessary for your baby and, hence, must be incorporated into their routine. Here is a list!

    • Dairy products: Milk, curd, paneer, yogurt need to be an irreplaceable part in your child's meal plan!

    • Healthy Oils: Walnuts, flaxseeds, soybeans, and other nuts are rich in minerals and Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs).

    • Vitamin A: Carrots, Kale, and Spinach

    • Citrus Fruits: Lemons, oranges, guavas, mangoes, bananas and tomatoes.

    • VItamin D: Loads of sunshine

    Here is a mock meal plan that you can follow for your 2-year-old:

    Monday:

    Breakfast

    • Oats Meal/Oats upma with ghee

    • A glass of milk

    Mid-morning

    • Half cup of watermelon pieces(deseeded)

    Lunch

    • Kadhi(yellow or white)

    • Cabbage sabzi

    • Rotis

    • Curd

    Evening Snack

    • Boiled corn with salt and butter

    Dinner

    • Moong dal khichdi

    • Raita

    Tuesday:

    Breakfast

    • Idli, chutney and Sambhar

    Mid-morning

    • A glass of milk

    Lunch

    • Aalu paratha

    • Curd

    Evening Snack

    • Any seasonal fruit (1 cup)

    Dinner

    • Soya Curry

    • Chapati/rice

    Wednesday:

    Breakfast

    • Ragi dosa

    • A glass of Buttermilk

    Mid-morning

    • Any vegetable soup

    Lunch

    • Okra sabzi

    • Moong dal

    • Roti

    • White rice

    Evening Snack

    • A glass of milk

    Dinner

    • Peas sabzi

    • Small Coin Parathas

    Thursday:

    Breakfast

    • Toast Sandwich

    • A glass of milk

    Mid-morning

    • A bowl of mixed fruits

    Lunch

    • Rajma curry

    • Potato sabzi(dry)

    • Paratha

    • Curd

    Evening Snack

    • Paneer/Aalu cutlet

    • Fresh fruit juice

    Dinner

    • Pav Bhaji

    Friday:

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    Breakfast

    • Moong dal dosa with veggies crushed in it

    • A glass of buttermilk

    Mid-morning

    • Half cup almonds and raisins

    Lunch