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Feeding & Nutrition Tips: Your 2-Year-Old

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With your two-year-old's blossoming language and social skills, they're ready to become an active mealtime participant. They should no longer be drinking from a bottle, and can eat the same food as the rest of the family. Their diet should now include three healthy meals a day, plus one or two snacks.

Here are some tips to help your little one develop healthy, safe eating habits and get the nutrition their growing bodies need.

Mealtime tips for toddlers

  • Try not to fixate on amounts of food they are eating.

  • Avoid making mealtimes a battle.

  • Pay attention to adopting healthy eating habits—including sitting as a family at mealtime.

  • Focus on making healthy food choices as a family.

Unsafe foods for toddlers: choking risks

At two years old, your child should be able to use a spoon, drink from a cup with just one hand, and feed themselves a wide variety of finger foods. However, they are still learning to chew and swallow efficiently and may gulp food down when in a hurry to get on with playing. For that reason, the risk of choking at this age is high.

Avoid these foods, which could be swallowed whole and block the windpipe:

  • Hot dogs (unless cut in quarters lengthwise before being sliced)

  • Chunks of peanut butter (Peanut butter may be spread thinly on bread or a cracker, but never give chunks of peanut butter to a toddler.)

  • Nuts—especially peanuts

  • Raw cherries with pits

  • Round, hard candies—including jelly beans

  • Gum

  • Whole grapes

  • Marshmallows

  • Raw carrots, celery, green beans

  • Popcorn

  • Seeds—such as processed pumpkin or sunflower seeds

  • Whole grapes, cherry tomatoes (cut them in quarters)

  • Large chunks of any food such as meat, potatoes, or raw vegetables and fruits

The best foods for toddlers include:

  • Protein foods like meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, nuts, seeds and soy

  • Dairy such as milk, yogurt, cheese or calcium-fortified soymilk

  • Fruits and vegetables

  • Grains such as whole wheat bread and oatmeal

It is normal for toddlers to choose from a limited number of foods, reject foods entirely, and then change their preferences over time. Never force your child to eat something they do not want to eat. The best approach is to let your child to choose from 2 to 3 healthy options, and continue to offer new foods as their tastes change.

Offering a variety of foods and leaving the choices up to your child will eventually allow them to eat a balanced diet on their own. Toddlers also like to feed themselves. So, whenever possible, offer your child finger foods instead of cooked ones that require a fork or spoon to eat.

Supplements for some children

Vitamin supplements are rarely necessary for toddlers who eat a varied diet, with a few exceptions.

Vitamin D. Infants under 12 months of age require 400 International Units (IU) of vitamin D per day and older children and adolescents require 600 IU per day. This amount of vitamin D can prevent rickets—a condition characterized by the softening and weakening of bones. If your child is not regularly exposed to sunlight or is consuming enough vitamin D in their diet, talk to your pediatrician about a vitamin D supplement. See Vitamin D for Babies, Children & Adolescents for more information and a list of vitamin D-enriched foods.

Iron. Supplemental iron may be needed if your child eats very little meat, iron-fortified cereal, or vegetables rich in iron. Large quantities of milk (more than 32 ounces [960 mL] per day) also may interfere with the proper absorption of iron, increasing the risk of iron deficiency anemia.

Calcium. Your child should drink 16 ounces (480 mL) of low-fat or nonfat milk each day. This will provide most of the calcium they need for bone growth and still not interfere with their appetite for other foods—particularly those that provide iron.

Note: Children stay on whole milk until they are two years of age—unless there is a reason to switch a baby to low-fat milk sooner. Whole milk contains approximately 4% milk fat. It may help to gradually switch your child from whole milk to a lower-fat milk. Therefore, many pediatricians recommend that children get reduced fat (2%) milk for a few weeks before switching them to low fat (1%) or no fat (skim) milk.

More information

  • Sample Menu for a Two-Year-Old
  • Feeding & Nutrition Tips: Your 3-Year-Old
  • Selecting Snacks for Toddlers
  • I Need a Treat: How to Tame Your Child's Sweet Tooth
  • Diagnosis and Prevention of Iron Deficiency and Iron Deficiency Anemia in Infants and Young Children (0-3 Years of Age) (AAP Clinical Report)

The information contained on this Web site should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your pediatrician. There may be variations in treatment that your pediatrician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.

How to Get Your Baby to Eat Table Food

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Transitioning your baby from purees looks different for every child. Here are our best tips for how to get your baby to eat table food.

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Dear Is This Normal,

Is it normal that my 2 year old eats more baby food than table food? He’s having a hard time chewing his food and hasn’t moved past purees. What should I do?


Puree Problems

Dear Puree Problems,

For something that so many of us do mindlessly (eat!), it sure is a tough thing to navigate as a parent introducing your little one to new foods and flavors and textures, isn’t it? 

One thing that makes starting solids at various stages tricky is that there isn’t necessarily a right or a wrong way to go about it. Some parents start with purees while others use baby-led weaning, for example. As long as it’s done safely and babies are getting the nutrients they need, the sky’s the limit! That being said, I can tell that you feel like you’re at an impasse right now, and I sympathize. It’s hard to start something new, and it’s also really hard (maybe harder?) to double back and start over. If your 2 year old only eats pureed food at this stage, it’s definitely time to start the process of transitioning them to table foods, both to help with their skill development and make sure they’re getting the right amounts of nutrition for their growing brain and body. So let’s talk about how to make that happen.

I want to start off by saying that there’s nothing at all wrong with a 2 or 3 year old having purees on occasion or to supplement their diet; plenty of parents use purees as healthy snacks at home and on the go, myself included! My girls still love what they adorably call ‘squeezie snacks’. But something to keep in mind is that the vast majority of baby food purees are designed for babies under 12 months old; nutritionally speaking, rice cereal or fruit purees are not nutritionally dense enough to support the needs of a 2 or 3 year old. While they are a perfectly healthy first food for babies who get the bulk of their nutrients from formula or breast milk, they lack the nutrients, fat, calories, and vitamins and minerals that kids need for brain and physical development as they grow.  

The other thing to consider about continuing to offer only purees past 12 months is that there are crucial motor and developmental skills that toddlers develop in large part through the mechanics of eating whole foods. Feeding and fine motor skills go hand-in-hand (or hand in mouth, get it?), and through food, kids learn how to grasp, hold, and self-feed, and also develop bite and chew skills that they’ll use throughout their entire life. Not to mention, early exposure to lots of new foods, flavors and textures has been shown to help make kids more adventurous eaters and can help them skip the picky eating stage altogether. Food is more than just fun—food and feeding are really critical parts of early child development!

So how do you get there! How do you transition your little one from purees to table foods in the toddler years? It’s going to take time and patience, right off the bat. I would encourage you to talk to your pediatrician and ask about being referred to a childhood nutritionist or feeding therapist; you didn’t mention what, if any, feeding skills your kiddo has, but if there are deficits then a therapist can help him catch up. A nutritionist can also help develop a plan in terms of when and how to introduce more nutritionally dense foods. In the meantime, start adding more calories to his purees to make sure he’s getting all his needs met; adding dairy, high-protein grains, and more green veggies is a good start. You can also start experimenting with soft finger foods at home—offer him small pieces one at a time during meal and snack times and let him start exploring.

He may have a bit of catching up to do, but by making a few adjustments to his diet at home and working with your pediatrician and a nutritionist or feeding therapist, he’ll be eating off your plate in no time. 

Food for Thought,



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    2 year old child's menu with recipes

    Menu author: Natalia Dik — pediatrician. She graduated from the Chelyabinsk Medical Academy, clinical internship and residency, specialty pediatrics. She has been working in her specialty since 2007, from 2005-2008 she has been the head of the Allergy Department of the City Clinical Hospital No. 1 of Chelyabinsk, since 2008 she has been a specialist in clinical trials of drugs. She enjoys cooking and practices the Menu of the Week system in her daily life. nine0011

    By the age of two, most babies are able to eat many foods and dishes on their own, there is no need to grind food in a blender or knead with a fork. Rejoicing at such changes, some parents want to give the baby to try more new dishes. Some, on the contrary, are afraid to introduce something new, and they are in no hurry to transfer it to the general table. There is some common sense in both approaches. Although the digestive system of a two-year-old baby is already much more mature compared to a one-year-old, nevertheless, it is not yet strong enough. Therefore transition to adult food should be gradual .

    The sample menu for week below is suitable not only for feeding a two-year-old child, but also for the whole family.

    Do not worry if one of the days the child has not eaten all the dishes you have prepared. Our ideas about how much a two-year-old baby should eat often differ from reality in the direction of overestimation. In addition, children may have their own characteristics and preferences. Everything new is best offered in small portions. Often, babies carefully try unfamiliar or otherwise prepared foods, but if they are offered the same dish next time, they can eat it with pleasure. nine0017


    Breakfast: Porridge made of oatmeal with caramel apples
    Lunch: Pumpkin soup with chicken+salad “Sunny”
    SUPPLE: Smoothies with shepherd
    Dinner: Stewed vegetables with freaksheels

    Pediatrician's comment:

    As with all ages, it is very important to diversify the diet of children, including different types of foods . At the same time, vegetables (fresh and cooked), fruits, cereals, milk and dairy products, vegetable and butter should be on the children's menu daily.

    Recommended norm of milk and dairy products - up to 600 ml (of which at least 200 ml are fermented milk products), vegetables 300-400g (of which potatoes - no more than 150g), fruits - 130g, meat (red or poultry) - up to 90g per day , bread - up to 90g (of which black - no more than 30g).

    It is advisable to eat fish 2-3 times a week (weekly norm 175g), eggs - no more than 3 times a week. nine0011


    Breakfast: Kindergarten-style scrambled eggs
    Lunch: Borsch-mashed potatoes + Potato casserole with vegetables
    Snack: Baked apples with cottage cheese

    Stewed vegetables

    Pediatrician's comment:

    Make sure your child drinks enough liquids. The norm is 35 ml/kg of water per day ie with a weight of 12 kg your baby should drink 420 ml. It is desirable that it be clean water. If the child refuses it, you can try to give unsweetened compote, herbal tea, but not store-bought juices.


    Breakfast: Millet porridge with pumpkin in a slow cooker
    Lunch: Borscht puree + White cabbage salad with apple
    Afternoon snack: Banana smoothie with cookies and nuts
    Dinner: Buckwheat porridge + Braised liver

    Pediatrician's comment:

    In the diet of two-year-old children, there should be no such things as fast food (in addition to hamburgers and french fries, these are various chips and store-bought crackers), smoked meats, semi-finished products (sausages, sausages), canned and pickled foods, mushrooms and seafood. nine0011


    Breakfast: Cottage cheese casserole with apples
    Lunch: Soup with fish meatballs + Carrots and dried apricots
    SUPPLE: yogurt+milk cake
    Boutiker porridge+carcass liver

    Pediatrician's comment:

    Of course, it is best to prepare baby food from natural products. If, nevertheless, there is a need to purchase finished products (yogurts, curds, etc.) - be sure to read the information about the composition of on the labels, since at present, even in products intended for baby food, you can often find various flavors, thickeners and preservatives.

    Manufacturers use many tricks to confuse customers (for example, they write "No preservatives" even if the composition contains citric acid, a powerful preservative).


    breakfast: Sweet pilaf with dried fruits and nuts
    lunch: Soup with fish meatballs + Salad “Vitamin”
    SUPPORT: yogurt+milk cake
    Dinner: Potato cutlets with turkey and raw

    Pediatrician's comment:

    At the age of two, it is already allowed to introduce a small amount of fried , however, try not to abuse this cooking method, preferring boiling, stewing or baking to it. nine0011


    Breakfast: Cottage cheese casserole with pumpkin in a slow cooker
    Lunch: Ratatui soup in a multicooker+beetroot salad with prunes and feta
    Polteria: Kisel from cherries
    Dinner: Potato cutlets with turkey and raw

    Pediatrician's comment:

    The diet of children at the age of two remains 5 times a day: three main meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and two intermediate ones. If the break between the main meals is short, then in between it is enough to give an unsweetened fruit (apple, pear) or a vegetable salad (for example, apple + carrot). If the break is long, you can offer the baby a fermented milk product (yogurt, cottage cheese) with bread or cookies.


    Breakfast: Pancakes with carrots
    Lunch: Ratatouille soup in a slow cooker + Beetroot salad with prunes and feta
    Afternoon snack: Cherry jelly
    Fish casserole 10019 Fish casserole1 9000

    Pediatrician's comment:

    Some experts do not recommend introducing sugar and confectionery into the diet until the age of three , or even for life. If you are already giving your child sweets, remember that the daily intake of sugar for a two-year-old child is up to 50g per day, and the less, the better. nine0059 Chocolate and chocolates should be avoided as they stimulate the nervous system of children, often cause allergies and can cause constipation.

    Health to you and your children!

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    Nutrition of a child in the 2nd year of life: regimen, diet, menu, necessary products | Mamovediya

    A child in this period of life grows intensively and therefore must receive nutrition that quantitatively and qualitatively satisfies the needs of his body. nine0017

    Nutrition should be rational: balanced and consistent with the daily routine. Balance - the inclusion of all the necessary nutrients (proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, trace elements) in the appropriate proportions that the child's body can absorb.

    Nutrition is considered rational if it meets the age needs of the child and is carried out according to the daily routine.

    In addition, the so-called rational nutrition includes the culinary processing of food used for a given age, and the correct methodological methods of parents in the process of feeding a child. nine0017

    The environment surrounding the baby during the meal, the appearance of the dishes served should stimulate the child's appetite.

    Child's appetite is a state of organic need for food, expressed in the child's desire to eat. At the same time, an adequate positive attitude of the child to food is noted.

    A good appetite, as a rule, depends not only on how well the menu is compiled, but also on the correct organization of the feeding process. To form and maintain a good appetite, parents must clearly know: what, when and how to feed the child. nine0017

    How nice it is to feed a child who has a good appetite. It brings pleasure to adults and great benefits for the baby. However, very often it is necessary to observe cases of violation of normal appetite from small deviations (decrease in appetite, refusal of certain dishes) up to its complete absence (anorexia - as it is called in medical practice).

    A child with a decrease or lack of appetite at the mere sight of writing or a reminder of food expresses protest, turns away, defends himself, tightly closes his lips and teeth. It looks like an unnatural negative reaction of the baby to food. Why does a child lose his appetite? Who is to blame for this? The reasons often lie in the wrong method of feeding (strong pressure on the child's tongue with a spoon, the child's lack of interest in food), in the negative sensations associated with eating (too hot food, poor taste), improper organization of the situation during feeding (distraction with a book, toy, punishment), etc.

    Many parents, seeing a decrease in appetite, try to force-feed their child, but this further reinforces the child's negative attitude towards food and everything connected with it. This is strictly prohibited.

    If a child suddenly lost his appetite, first of all think about whether you could have made mistakes in the process of upbringing and feeding, in especially persistent cases, you should consult a pediatrician.

    During feeding, do not forget to introduce the child to the names of dishes (soup, cutlet, compote, etc.) and the properties of objects (food is tasty, sweet, sour, salty, hot, cold, a large spoon, a small one, etc.) .). nine0009 In this way, the child will form the first ideas, concepts.

    Eating processes should be organized in such a way that the child has a desire to eat. Before eating, you should arrange a calm pause after a long walk or noisy and active games.

    Shortly before feeding, you should not give your child new interesting toys, and quickly take them away before eating. By doing this, you will cause a strong emotional reaction that will slow down food arousal and reduce appetite. nine0017

    While eating with a child, one should only talk about what is connected with this process, concentrating his attention on food, developing the child's active participation in eating.

    A child's appetite is increased not only by deliciously cooked food, but also by its beautiful design, attractive dishes specially painted for children. Children should only be seated at the table when food has already been served. You should not put all the dishes on the table at once, the child is distracted from the first dish, reaches for the third or second, as a result, the sequence of eating is disrupted. Remember that many violations in the health of the baby are associated with errors in his diet. nine0017

    By the age of 1 year 3 months, the baby can already eat solid food with a spoon, and at 1 year 6 months he can eat any food - thick and liquid. Try to develop these independent skills and abilities that are very important for later life in your son or daughter. How joyful it is to look at a baby who skillfully takes food from a plate with a spoon, without mistake brings it to his mouth and actively removes it with his lips. Something, of course, still pours from the spoon past and remains on the lips or chin of the child, but these errors in eating will soon pass, and the baby will learn to carefully eat the entire portion. Remember that a large amount of food contributes to a decrease in appetite, and an insufficient one does not cause a feeling of satiety. nine0017

    A child of this age should be able to chew food. Make sure that he does not keep the pieces in his mouth for a long time, but swallows them in time.

    A child of the 2nd year of life is fed 4 times a day with an interval of 3.5-4.5 hours. However, in the first half of the year, the baby can receive another fifth feeding - kefir or milk at 23-24 hours if he wakes up at night or at 6 o'clock in the morning.

    Establishing a balanced diet is a painstaking and very responsible work, but if you do it systematically, without giving "indulgence" to yourself and your child, then you will be rewarded with good health and good physical development of the baby. nine0017

    When compiling the menu, it is necessary to correctly distribute how much and what kind of food the child will receive during the day. Feed your baby 4-5 times a day. In the morning it is better to cook dairy dishes, lunch should always consist of soup, meat in the form of mashed potatoes or meatballs with a vegetable side dish, compote or jelly, fruits, kefir are given in the afternoon, a vegetable dish is prepared for dinner.

    The one-time amount of food consumed in children of the 2nd year of life is different - up to 1.5 years, somewhat less than in the second half of the year. nine0017

    Under no circumstances should children of this age be given food from the common table This is very harmful. Malnutrition of a child older than a year will undoubtedly affect his health in the future. Injury by coarse food to the still unprotected mucous membrane of the child's stomach, the stressed state of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract lead to the formation of early gastritis, enteritis, cholecystitis and other diseases.

    You can diversify the menu by replacing meat with cottage cheese, fish, eggs, introducing a variety of vegetable or cereal dishes, changing the culinary processing of food (mashed potatoes, cutlets, jelly, compote, etc. ), improving its taste, adding greens (dill, parsley, celery, etc.). nine0017

    If a dairy dish is served for breakfast, then in the afternoon you should feed the baby with vegetables and vice versa; if vegetable soup is prepared for lunch, then the second dish should be cereal, etc. To maintain appetite, make sure that meals are not repeated during the day.

    This set of products does not have to be used every day, and it is practically difficult, for example, to measure 3 g of cheese for a child. It is important that during the week the proposed list of products be used in baby food. Therefore, cheese can be used once a week and immediately in the amount of 20 g (3 x 7, say, give the baby vermicelli with grated cheese for breakfast.

    A few words about food products intended for baby food, or rather, their brief description.

    Milk and dairy products. Natural milk can be given to a child only after boiling. One-day kefir and cottage cheese are very useful. Milk should be boiled in a heavy-bottomed saucepan with the lid closed. When preparing dishes from milk (porridge, mashed potatoes), raw milk is added and allowed to boil once with ready-made cereals or vegetables. Milk must not be boiled twice. It should be remembered that excessive milk reduces the child's appetite, so milk should not be given to quench thirst instead of water. nine0017

    Oils. In the diet of children of the 2nd year of life, both butter and vegetable oil can be used, and the amount of vegetable oil should not exceed 10-15% of the total amount of oil consumed per day (i.e., not more than 2 g per day) . Vegetable oil should be stored in a sealed container, protected from light and air. It cannot be boiled, so it is better to lay it in the finished dish. In the diet of children, it is not recommended to use refractory fats - beef, pork, cooking oil, and margarine. nine0017

    Meat and meat products. Lean beef, rabbit meat, chickens are useful for children You can use offal - liver, tongue, heart, brains, chicken giblets. Meat should not be soaked in water, as this transfers some of the nutrients into the water. The liver should be fried under the lid and given to the child in a puréed semi-liquid form. For children under 1.5 years old, meat, like other food, should be cooked pureed. This is due to the absence of chewing teeth in a child at this age, the underdevelopment of chewing muscles and the insufficient activity of digestive juices. nine0017

    Fish and fish products. Children can only be given low-fat varieties of fish - hake, cod, sea bass, pike perch. Fish is equivalent to meat in its nutritional properties, but, in addition, it contains trace elements important for the growth and development of the child (iodine, phosphorus, copper, etc.). Keto or sturgeon caviar should be treated with caution, as it can cause unwanted allergic reactions in children.

    Eggs. It is recommended to give children only chicken eggs and be sure to boil them. Raw eggs should not be served, as they can be contaminated with pathogens due to the porosity of the shell, and raw protein is poorly digested in the stomach, and raw yolk can cause allergies. Duck, goose, and eggs of other birds are prohibited from being included in the children's menu. nine0017

    Bread and bakery products. It is useful for children to give both rye and wheat bread. You can give bagels, bagels, crackers, by the way, children love them very much.

    Cereals and pasta. The most valuable in terms of mineral composition are bean, buckwheat, oat and millet groats. But you can use their other types - semolina, peas, as well as pasta. The groats are boiled in water (oatmeal and buckwheat - for l '/g h, millet - 1 hour, semolina - 20 minutes), then unboiled milk is added, and after removing the porridge from the heat - butter and sugar to taste. nine0017

    Sugar and confectionery . In children's food - in tea, milk, cereals, compotes, kissels - you can add sugar, but in moderation. Remember that excess sugar is harmful to a child, as it can contribute to obesity or diabetes. Other sweets are recommended marmalade, jams, marshmallows, marshmallows, cookies, especially oatmeal, waffles. Do not give children cakes with rich creams, chocolates and chocolates, as well as lozenges, especially rounded ones. nine0017

    Vegetables, fruits, berries, herbs. All these products are very useful for young children, because, in addition to vitamins, they contain fiber, organic acids, pectin, tannins and volatile substances, as well as minerals and trace elements. Raw vegetables can also be used in children's nutrition. At the same time, they must be thoroughly washed, poured over with boiling water, and then grated on a fine grater. Fruits and berries are best given fresh to a child, and raw juice should be added to a boiled fruit and berry dish. In the nutrition of children, you can use canned vegetables and fruits specially prepared for baby food, as well as compotes, juices, freshly frozen and dried vegetables and fruits. Boil vegetables and fruits in a saucepan with a lid to preserve as many vitamins as possible. nine0017

    From 1 year to 1 year 3 months

    You can be told about the methods of preparing various children's meals by a district nurse or a nurse in a healthy child's office in a children's polyclinic.

    The menu for a baby at this age can be compiled as follows:


    • Porridge (vegetable puree) -150.0
    • Tea with milk (milk) -100.0
    • Bread with butter 9046
    • Lunch

      • Soup (vegetable, meat) -100.0
      • Puree meat (cutlets) - 40.0
      • Greener (vegetable puree, vermichel) - 50.0
      • compote (fruit juice) –100.0


      • Cottage cheese - 30.0
      • kefir (milk) with a bun of –150.0
      • Fruits - 50.0


      • Puree vegetable (porridge) –150.0
      • Tea with milk –150.0

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      • Kefir (milk) -150.0

      Recall that the second dinner is provided for those children who wake up at 23-24 hours.

      From 1 year 3 months to 1 year 6 months vegetable oil. This is a very healthy dish, because, in addition to the vitamins it contains, it makes the baby chew food thoroughly, which means it stimulates the development of the child's chewing apparatus.

      The following foods can be included in the sample menu:


      Porridge (vegetable puree) –150.0

      Tea with milk (milk) –150.0

      Bread with oil


      • Vegetable salad - 10.0
      • Soup —150.0
      • Cutlet (meat, fish, liver) — 50.0
      • Garnish (cereal, vegetable) — 80.0
      • Compote —100.0
      • Snack
      • Cottage cheese — 50.0
      • Fruit -100.0
      • Tea with biscuits -150.0


      • Vegetable puree (porridge) —150.0
      • Kefir (milk) —150.0

      From 1 year 6 months to 1 year 9 months

      Children very early begin to distinguish tasty food from tasteless, they have favorite and unloved dishes. Try not to include foods that are vital for the development of the child's body.

      Sample menu for a child of this age.


      • Ground carrots - 30. 0
      • Dairy porridge --150.0
      • Tea with milk –150.0
      • Bread with oil