Toddler Mel plan

Day :

- Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with whole wheat toast and sliced strawberries.
- Snack: Banana slices and cheese cubes.
- Lunch: Grilled chicken strips with steamed broccoli and rice.
- Snack: Apple slices with peanut butter.
- Dinner: Baked fish with sweet potato fries and green beans.

Day 2:
- Breakfast: Oatmeal with diced peaches and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
- Snack: Carrot sticks with hummus.
- Lunch: Turkey and cheese sandwich on whole wheat bread with cherry tomatoes on the side.
- Snack: Yogurt with blueberries.
- Dinner: Beef and vegetable stir-fry with brown rice.

Day 3:
- Breakfast: Whole grain pancakes with a side of mixed berries.
- Snack: Cucumber slices and cottage cheese.
- Lunch: Veggie quesadilla with avocado slices.
- Snack: Sliced mangoes.
- Dinner: Spaghetti with tomato sauce and cooked spinach.

Day 4:
- Breakfast: Greek yogurt with honey and chopped walnuts.
- Snack: Whole grain crackers and cheddar cheese.
- Lunch: Mini meatballs with steamed carrots and quinoa.
- Snack: Watermelon cubes.
- Dinner: Baked chicken nuggets with sweet corn and mashed potatoes.

Day 5:
- Breakfast: Banana and spinach smoothie with a touch of yogurt.
- Snack: Sliced bell peppers with ranch dressing.
- Lunch: Grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup.
- Snack: Raspberries and graham crackers.
- Dinner: Baked salmon with roasted asparagus and couscous.

Day 6:
- Breakfast: Waffle with a side of mixed fruit salad.
- Snack: Rice cakes with cream cheese and cucumber slices.
- Lunch: Tuna salad with whole wheat crackers and sliced bell peppers.
- Snack: Orange slices.
- Dinner: Turkey meatloaf with mashed sweet potatoes and green peas.

Day 7:
- Breakfast: Cottage cheese with diced pineapple and a sprinkle of shredded coconut.
- Snack: Whole grain pretzels and string cheese.
- Lunch: Veggie pasta salad with cherry tomatoes and cucumbers.
- Snack: Kiwi slices.
- Dinner: Baked tilapia with steamed broccoli and quinoa.

Remember to offer water throughout the day and adjust portion sizes according to your toddler's appetite and dietary needs. Always consult with a pediatrician if you have any specific concerns or questions about your child's nutrition. Enjoy the meals!