Even my super picky eater gets enough fat on most days
This list provides healthy fatty foods.
Probably Aiden's favorite. He eats about 1/2 an avocado a day and it's made into guacamole (a little minced onion, tomato, salt, lime juice). he eats it in a guacamole dish and on a "safe" chip.
It's not really that fatty but I add extra olive oil when making it. Most hummus has Sesame in the ingredients (aka Tahini), so be careful there is no sesame allergy. Aiden was allergic to sesame for the first year and we were able to find Tahini free hummus at Trader Joes. It's also super simple to make hummus yourself so you know what's in it.
Sunbutter/Peanut Butter/Almond butter/Pea butter
Depending on the allergy. Sunbutter is probably the safest. Aiden can have almonds so we use almond butter from a fresh grinding machine (no cross contamination).
Depending on the allergy. We are milk/soy free so we use "So Delicious" yogurts. They are rediculously delicious and work great in baked goods (I love to bake with yogurt, makes the cakes much more moist)
You can get so creative with smoothies. I use almond milk or yogurt, but anything works. I add 1 teaspoon of flaxseed meal to every smoothie. In the summer I use fresh fruit and in the winter I use Trader Joe's frozen berry mix.
Olive Oil / Safe butter
I put olive oil on everything. Bread, pasta, nuggets... I always cook in either olive oil or the earths best (red container) butter.
I'm not a fan of this but it is fatening and even though I don't eat meat, I do make it for Aiden. He eats Tyson chicken nuggets almost every day. There are many lean meats that are super fatening.
Depending on the allergy. We are suspecting some fish allergies so we avoid all until further testing.
He just turned two! My "big" man :)
if you think of any other good fats, please let me know