Eggs have been Jaycob’s favorite food since he started eating whole foods. Although nowadays he enjoys a wider range of different food, during his 2nd year, eggs were always something he’d look for during meal time. Which led me to come up with different egg recipes for him to try, otherwise he would really just eat fried eggs all day, everyday.
I had gotten some Japanese Honeydew Melons courtesy of @watheaterthailand and wanted Jaycob to try some. Although they are extremely sweet and delicious, Jaycob tends to be very picky and it can be hard to get him to try something new. I’ve learned that it’s because his taste buds are not developed yet and he does end up eating things he once didn’t like. Anyways, I had some nice melons on hand and thought I’d add some to one of his favorite foods.
This baby-friendly recipe is simply a fried egg recipe with some medium-sized river prawns and of course, steamed honeydew melons, good for babies over 1 year old. Jaycob is now 3, so I recommend using none-to-low seasoning if your baby is still under 2 years old.
Brief Health Benefits of Melon
Melons contains a wide variety of nutrients and plant compounds that may be responsible for its many potential health benefits. One cup of honeydew melon provides about:
Vitamin C: 53% of the reference daily intake (RDI)
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