Diet Plan for 14 Month 2 Week Old Toddler

14 Month 2 Week Old Baby Food Chart

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Introduction

Your baby, at this age, can be going through various physical changes, such as teething, putting on weight and so on. It’s important to supplement his needs with a diet that meets his body’s requirements. An intake of about 1000 calories a day is usually appropriate for your 14-month-old. This is also the time that you can introduce him to different types of lean meat, such as fish or poultry (around 30 grams a day should suffice). You can get a head-start on this week’s meals using this plan here.

Food Menu & Schedule for 14 Month 2 Week Old Toddler

Diet for a 14 Month-Old – Week 2, Day 1

Breakfast Jowar(sorghum) puff porridge
Mid-morning Chopped pear
Lunch
Multigrain roti + dal + a sabzi of choice + a few slices of cucumber
Evening Sev murmura
Dinner Curd rice with grated cucumber

Diet for a 14 Month-Old – Week 2, Day 2

Breakfast Multigrain chilla + milk
Mid-morning Yoghurt
Lunch Jeera(cumin) rice with dal fry
Evening
Chopped and de-skinned peach/ chopped apple
Dinner

Diet for a 14 Month-Old – Week 2, Day 3

Breakfast Wheat sheera
Mid-morning
Boiled egg yolk or homemade paneer(cottage cheese)
Lunch
Evening Cubed chikoo(sapota)
Dinner
Paneer(cottage cheese) or egg bhurji with roti and vegetable soup

Diet for a 14 Month-Old – Week 2, Day 4

Breakfast Vegetable upma + milk
Mid-morning
Palak + grapes + apple smoothie
Lunch
Roti + dal + a sabzi of choice + a few slices of carrot
Evening Palak(spinach) puri
Dinner
Non-spicy pav bhaji with moong dal(yellow split gram) soup

Diet for a 14 Month-Old – Week 2, Day 5

Breakfast Oats porridge
Mid-morning
Lunch
Multigrain roti + dal + a sabzi of choice + a few slices of cucumber
Evening Grated apple
Dinner

Diet for a 14 Month-Old – Week 2, Day 6

Breakfast Dalia(broken wheat)
Mid-morning Mashed avocado
Lunch
Roti + dal + a sabzi of choice + a few slices of boiled beetroot
Evening Cucumber raita
Dinner

Diet for a 14 Month-Old – Week 2, Day 7

Breakfast
Ragi(finger millet) dumplings + kesar(saffron)-elachi(cardamom) milk
Mid-morning Chopped melon
Lunch
Multigrain roti + dal + a sabzi of choice + a few slices of cucumber
Evening Popcorn
Dinner
Whole wheat pasta in homemade tomato puree

Conclusion

We hope these meals will keep your little bub happy and healthy, and looking forward to more! Also, while feeding your baby solid foods at this age is appropriate, it’s also fine to continue breastfeeding your baby for a while, if you’d like to. Breast milk provides your baby with essential nutrients and immunises him from infections too.

If you’d like to know what to prep for next week, click right here!

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