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#1 Jameelah

Posted 25 July 2019 - 11:42 AM

Hello again! I have yet another question regarding the egg ladder.

We have been working through it and we are almost up to zucchini slice. The problem is I am certain little man won't eat it. He refused to eat zucchini fritters so I ended up using the same proportions but without the zucchini and it ended up being just a more eggy pancake. Any ideas about what I can do when I get to the zucchini slice? I think it's the texture he didn't like as he happily eats zucchini in soup. I guess I could try grating it extra fine but any other ideas in case that doesn't work?

Also, the next step after the zucchini slice is quiche. I'm a bit confused because in all the recipes I looked at the zucchini slice contained more egg than the quiche. I guess the slice makes more serves but couldn't you just give smaller serves of the quiche in that case?

Thanks in advance. 🌸🌷🌸

#2 rosie28

Posted 25 July 2019 - 11:52 AM

If you’re allowed to substitute carrot works well inclsread of zucchini, as do corn kernels.

#3 22Fruitmincepies

Posted 25 July 2019 - 12:37 PM

I could never get my DD to eat anything eggy, which was highly problematic for doing the egg ladder! I skipped whole steps without issue, but that doesn’t mean you won’t have a problem. I ended up giving DD raw cake batter to confirm she no longer had an allergy, but that was after her SPT was negative. And I’ve never been able to get her to eat peanut to confirm that allergy is gone!

So no advice, just know you are not alone in struggling to get them to eat the required things.

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