As for what he gets served at daycare, below is a photo I took of the menu for this week. Seriously, this kid eats better than I do during the day. In case you can't see it very clearly some of his meals include: French Toast, Pancakes, Salisbury Steak w/ gravy (!), Chicken and Rice casserole and Chicken Patty on a bun. I've also seen him have things like baked ziti, shepard's pie (!) and chicken quesadillas. My lunches are not nearly as exciting, not to mention I typically have a bagel EVERYday for breakfast. Boring right?
On the weekends I try to serve him nutritious meals, even if they aren't quite as exciting as daycare.
In the morning he will typically get some kind of fruit- either bananas or a fruit cup (with the juice drained out) and either a waffle or pancake with syrup, eggs or bread with cheese and some Cheerios. Below is a photo of our breakfast when he stayed home with me on MLK day. I also gave him some bites of my yogurt which he loved.
For lunch I will typically give him some more fruit (kid LOVES fruit) and either chicken noodle or vegetable soup (with the broth drained) and some cheese. I like giving him the drained vegetable soup because it's an easy way to get him a serving of veggies that are cooked and easy to chew.
We also give him some snacks throughout the day which usually include graham crackers, goldfish, puffs or one of the smoothie pouches which he loves.
As I said for dinner he typically eats whatever we do, unless we're having something super unhealthy like McDonalds or something spicy (he's not a fan of spicy food yet).
Hunter is a very good eater and likes most things we give him, though his favorites are definitely fruit, meat and pasta.