It’s good to know Mazzy and Harlow aren’t the only members of the Picky Eaters Club. In fact, it might be possible there are children with far stranger food hang-ups than my kids. Not pickier, because that would be impossible, but at least Mazzy and Harlow don’t ask to dip everything they eat in ranch dressing.
One of my favorite comments came from a mom named Lindsay, who summed up toddler eating habits perfectly:
“For my 19-month-old, it’s like… I won’t touch that delicious roasted butternut squash with apples and maple syrup you just made me, but here— let me chew on the Crocs I’ve been sweating in all summer!”
Here are 30 more kids with quirky food hang-ups that earned them an induction into the Picky Eaters Club…
Do you think your kids have what it takes to be inducted into the Picky Eaters Club?
Post a picture of your child on the Mommy Shorts Facebook page (or on instagram hashtagging #pickyeatersclub and tagging @mommyshorts) with your child’s first name and their specific food hang-up in the caption. I’ll make them into graphics and post the funniest ones in another follow-up post.
Plus, three members of the Picky Eaters Club will be selected randomly to win $100 worth of products from Ella’s Kitchen®. See the full rules here.
In fact, let’s announce the first winner right now! It’s (drumroll please)…
Congratulations, Lexi! Let’s hope you smile when you receive your prize.
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Even Harlow likes them! (And that’s saying something.)
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Okay, let’s see more pictures of those picky eaters! I’ve got two more prize packs to give out.
When all is said and done, I expect this to be a VERY BIG CLUB.
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I love these so much! Sneaky butter is something my girls love too, especially on waffles and pancakes!
The sneaky butter post is the best!!!
I’m crying because I am laughing so hard at these! We only have normal food issues like french fries are good but mashed potatoes are bad.
ha ha ! I”m with Xander. I have to peel the strings off my banana before I can eat it. I guess that is one of those picky eater things that you never grow out of. (Pulpy orange juice makes me gag too.)
MY older son got my picky eater genes but nothing as funny as this.
And it’s funny that this contest is sponsored by Ella’s. We got some of their apple and ginger baby cookies for my toddler. We had him try them 6 times, and 6 times he took a bite, and refused to eat any more. We gave the rest of the box to a friend. I am sure that comment would get me disqualified from this contest.
Hello my name is Mommy and since my son Luke is now 8 I could careless if the popsicle broke, you only ate the meat and none of the vegetables, and/or you didn’t like your meal. I’m tired of your picky ways and if you won’t eat what I’ve served you or prepared for you, YOU DON’T EAT!
My child isn’t little anymore but some of these things tend to stick with them. When he was a toddler he would only eat fish sticks if we called them lobster-chicken. At 10, he still corrects us if we call them fish-sticks and not lobster-chicken. He doesn’t care that his friends think he is crazy.
Oh, man. At 17 months we don’t have any of these issues… yet.
Love sneaky butter and pasta frosting…too funny!
That’s how it goes in our house too.
I totally have sneaky butter babies and pasta frosting: my oldest refused to eat anything unless it was a cookie. One night we had chicken and cheese cookies with a tortilla crust! (quesadillas). Oh, also big fans of “white coke” aka Sprite
How about husbands? My name is Rudy and I won’t eat anything if you tell me it has mushrooms in it. If you don’t tell me, I don’t notice and even comment on how good the flavor is. I hate white meat chicken unless you cut it up, put it in something and tell me it is dark meat. I guess I have to be a sneaky chef and not disclose any ingredients unless forced. My kid on the other hand eats everything but peas. When I say everything, I mean it. Sushi, veggies, hummus, etc…
This is how it is at our house too…but these were funny to read! lol!
sneaky butter…I love it. My daughter will only eat frozen vegetables. And I don’t mean in the sense that she’ll eat them after they are cooked. She’s eats them only when they are in fact “frozen”.
My kids like frozen peas, too. My 6 yr old has just started to reject them if she doesn’t eat them fast enough and they thaw too much because now they’re not frozen anymore. Telling her its her own fault hasn’t gone over very well yet.
Love these. Crying with laughter about the sneaky butter…my kids are older now but one still only drinks orange juice with a straw, all other drinks (milk, water, other juices) are fine without a straw??
Sneaky butter! All of them are adorable (and terrible). Glad I’m not alone in the random preschool hunger strikes!
Oh my god the crust!! My daughter is the same. And my son makes my mother in law peel the “skin” off his hotdogs!
my now grown (23 yr old) daughter was a very picky eater, for a very long time the only meat she would eat was the pig she adopted on my mom’s farm. yup, she would only eat meat if we told her it was her pig. chicken, beef, turkey.. it was all her pig.
Omg, sneaky butter! My kid too!
Demanding little shits. And why do we do all this for them???
My 4yo cries if anything breaks and refuses to eat it. Will happily eat fish, beef, pork as long as I tell him it’s chicken. Will only eat potatoes in French fry form – foreign concept to me. What’s up with that??
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Ha! Oh my gosh, pasta frosting! The best!!!
My kids don’t like chicken strips, but when I order them “really big chicken nuggets” they’ll clean their plate. They won’t touch anything else on most kids menus. I’ve learned it’s 50% about how you say things.
Those are hilarious! My boys are like Christian and Aidan – each like foods the other one doesn’t. Drives me nuts!!
Here’s mine: Our names are Tommy and Liam. We love blueberries. We love pancakes. We will not eat pancakes with the blueberries in them!
My 14 year old daughter loves pork tenderloin and hates pork chops. Because they are totally different meats. @@ Even she agrees it is illogical.
Ditto at our house. We don’t comply with picky eaters at ages 3.5years nor 15 months. They eventually cave and I’m not a short order cook!
My kids are allowed to have three things they don’t like. Then if they complain about anything else, I will offer to switch it – for what they really don’t like! For example if they don’t like mushrooms then complain about eating carrots, I will offer to take away the carrots – and give them mushrooms. They usually then eat the carrots quietly 🙂 I also let them eat the bites for their age. So if five years old, then have to eat at least five bites of what is in front of them before I will even consider making them an alternate food. The biggest rule is “Don’t yuck my yum”. You don’t like it? Fair enough. You don’t need to love everything though, and you can’t ruin other people’s meals by pitching a fit. If you don’t want to eat it, fair enough but suffer in silence. Yeah, I know, I’m kinda hardcore – but I work with people who can’t afford the groceries we are lucky enough to be able to buy without a thought, and I couldn’t tolerate my kids being picky at night when during the day I was with kids who would wish they could have something healthy to eat and parents who wished healthy food wasn’t such an expense.
Good to know, that at least some parents seem to understand and be able to RAISE their kids. It makes me cry to read all this – just shows what a weird bunch of parents live in this country.
Your problem is, that you have too much of everything and obviously never had to starve…
Mahlie only likes frozen vegetables….like, actually frozen and not cooked.
I just showed this to Atlee and she asked me to read the caption. Her reply? “Mommy, why would you say that? I DO NOT like butter on my toast!!!!” LOL
These are hilarious! We don’t have many hang ups, but oldest son used to refuse veggies I cut, but if my identical twin sister cut them, they were his favorite. Also, my youngest son used to eat “floor cheerios”. I guess whatever was on the floor made them taste better, and they had to be multigrain. To the point, in fact, that if you gave him plain, he’d throw a screaming fit, and if you gave them to him in a bowl, he’d drop them on the floor, then put them back in the bowl, THEN eat them. Silly children. 🙂
My daughter Ashley will not eat any food with seeds but will eat cucumber. Lol
My son only eats corn on the cob, if it’s off the cob, he won’t touch it. But, I will say Jessica Seinfeld has an awesome book about being a sneaky mom to get your kids to eat fruits and veggies they won’t normally eat and it totally works. LOVE IT!!!
I love that. I absolutely agree, too. We make our kids “try” everything on their plate. Our mantra is “try it, you may like it”. They are not allowed to refuse any food they haven’t first tried. And I don’t make food substitutions. If you’re hungry, you’ll eat it. That being said, I KNOW my oldest will not/can not eat certain foods; steamed squash makes her gag, so, she either eats it raw or gets an extra helping of another veggie, instead, when that’s on the menu
Hello, my name is HUSBAND and I only eat MacIntosh apples. Do not try and sneak Empire apples into this house! I also refuse to eat lamb, except apparently when we went to a Hindu wedding and my wife sneakily called it beef, and I couldn’t figure out that they don’t serve beef at HINDU weddings. I only eat fish if it comes from a tuna can or is covered in beer batter and deep fried. I will only eat white meat, leaving you to throw away half the Thanksgiving turkey you spent all day cooking. I will only eat light rye bread, not pumpernickel. And if you ever, ever, complain about a 45 year old man with the eating habits of a toddler, I will remind you that at least I eat more than my parents (your in-laws, who are visiting this weekend!). At least our kids eat everything.
sounds like solid advice! If my son doesn’t like something I tell him to eat somewhere between 3-5 bites and if he still complains, I tell him to plug his nose so he won’t smell it and then eat it. haha. That technique works pretty well. 🙂
My son does this. He had chapped/cracked lips once and it stung when he tried to drink orange juice. So now he won’t even consider orange juice without a straw, chapped lips or not.
My kids love fruits and veggies, so that’s never really the issue. BUT, they have certain foods that they will only eat if it’s prepared a certain way. Alivia (7) loves spaghetti, but dislikes “pasta”. Isaac (5) swears his teeth “hate hard things” so he takes the ends off of french fries and chicken tenders (which is something I remember doing when I was younger. Weird). And my youngest, Ainsley (3) will eat ANY sandwich I make, if it’s cut into fun shapes.
My 13 year old will eat caviar and sardines, but a grilled cheese is the devil.
Lol, omg we did the same thing! I’d hear myself say in public no you can only white Coke not black Coke!Learned real fast to speak quietly.
OMG!! My name is Joe, and I refuse to eat broccoli, asparagus, cauliflower, except when my wife makes a rice dish with these all chopped up in it and calls it rice pilaf. I loved it so much that I asked for a 3rd helping which she happily complied. After dinner, she shows me the ingredients at which time I instantly “got sick” (NOT) and now refuse to eat rice pilaf even though it really IS rice pilaf. I swear, if/when he goes into a nursing home and has to be tube fed, he is getting cream of broccoli soup every freakin day!!
No picky eaters at our house, you either eat what was made or go to bed hungry. After 2 nights without dinner, they will eat anything, trust me!!
No child should MAKE any adult do anything. Teach them to eat what God has provided. You can´t always give them what they want.
Exactly, some children don´t have anything to eat. that is why we must teach our children to eat what is provided. They are pickiy if you let them be.
I pretty much cried laughing at the sneaky butter one.
We have exactly the opposite issue…we had to convince the kids that the fries have mashed potatoes inside them. (headdesk- seriously?) **Steak fries, not like fast food fries. Because those are different, obviously.
Bunch of spoiled brats, all of them!!! If I ever pulled any of that kinda crap growing up, I would have gone without food! We ate what was given to us, however it was prepared for us… Period! I’m never afraid to try new foods, and I have very healthy eating habits.
If you “feed into” your kids picky eating habits, and cater to their whining demands, you’re only creating more selfish, rudely entitled people in this world… and let’s be honest here, we have enough of them.
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These are too funny. My daughter and I made Shepard’s Pie for dinner one night. We figured my granddaughter would eat it. She liked ground beef, mashed potatoes and gravy. We told her we were having Shepard’s pie and she seemed happy. Till we served it and she wanted to know where the pie was. Although she likes all that is in she refused to eat it because it wasn’t pie. She had peanut butter and jelly for dinner.
I hope your mother also taught you to be kind, SaraE!
I was Riley. Pickles could infect an entire meal.
good for you…seems that most of the parents on here forget who is in charge!
A big AMEN to that!!!!How in heck did kids get to rule the world? No wonder everyone is such a mess later in life!
My daughter went through a pink phase when she was three. It was so extreme that she refused to wear or eat anything that wasn’t pink. That was quite a challenge…
My whole family knows I do not do floaties in my orange juice…and my husband thinks it’s hysterical that I still call them floaties…I never joke about floaties!
In my house my kids must first try the food prepared for them. If they don’t like it, they must thoroughly explain WHY they don’t like it. Is it the taste, texture, smell, looks, etc.? When I am satisfied they have answered to the fullest truth they can, then THEY are aloud to go make themselves what they want to eat. Of course my kids are 12 and 13 so they are more then capable of cooking for themselves. BUT they must have at least one veggie included in their meal, and most times I add in a fruit too just to be annoying because them turning their nose up at food that was made annoys me. Especially when there are so many starving children out there!
I have a picky husband and 4 picky boys who all like different junk foods, and no one eats anything healthy until I sneak it in their food. They ate spaghetti with ground turkey and wheat noodles for three years until I foolishly forgot to take the trash out before they got home. Of course now they won’t eat it unless I verify that it’s made with ground beef and white noodles. Now I just sneak the turkey into chili and tacos…foolish boys bahahaha!
I guess a benefit to being poor enough to feed the kids mostly free food from the food bank is that they never had the option of being picky. Their choices were limited to such delights as canned pork and beans or canned green beans for breakfast. They will eat anything and crave the fresh fruit and vegetables that are still an expensive treat whenever I can afford them.
you are not hardcore you are being a parent. I give no options at all to change their food i tell them you can eat it or not but if you don’t you will not get anything till the next meal and you know it took about
3 times for them to understand that rule and i agree with the bites thing my mom did that with us and i did that till they were old enough to make their own plate and yes at the age of 7 my children made their own plates and learned not to over serve themselves by having to eat it all the only place i gave in was at a restaurant when they gave too big a portions
All of these spoiled kids should be offered regular food and not be given anything else until they eat it. Having to hide in the closet to butter the kid’s toast and things like that is ridiculous.
Totally agree with you Rich. My mum couldn’t afford for us to be fussy eaters. We ate what was on our plate or didn’t eat. We also didn’t have inbetween snacks – because there weren’t any.
We dont cater to picky eaters in my house, but my daughter, at age 3, didn’t know she had to chew pasta…. any of it. I’m always very open and honest about what she’s eating, and how much fun it is to try new things. Now she’s five and can be heard uttering such phrases as, “I don’t think I like avocado last time I tried it, but maybe my taste buds changed, can I just get 2 bites, please?”. I overheard her telling a picky-eater friend, “It’s not a chicken nugget, it’s a fish stick. It’s fish inside, not chicken. Calling it chicken doesnt mean it’s chicken. If you like it, you like it! why does it matter if it’s fish?!”
Moms of these kids, learn this phrase: Then don’t eat it. Works wonders, but only if you don’t give then anything else. I’m making cauliflower tonight, the lads love it.
While SaraE could be nicer in her response, she is spot on. These kids are learning that the squeaky wheel gets the grease, or sneaky butter, and we will all have to put up with the adult versions of them. When you decide to be a parent, you have do some actual parenting.
You are a freaking genius with the bites per year concept!
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My 2yo son was a great eater up until a few weeks ago, when I was in the hospital for a week. Since I came home, he will only eat peas, carrots, bananas, and grapes. Oh, and apple-sauce oatmeal. I don’t know if Daddy gave in to his stubbornness while I was gone or if it’s just to get even more attention from me since I was gone, but I hope it goes back to normal, soon!
In our house we have broccoli and white broccoli. Cauliflower is only good enough for the hamster and weiner dogs
Archer is on a “phase” where he will not eat anything cooked, if a make it and cool it down is is safe for consumption… otherwise cooked foods are like poison to him
Somebody has a a serious case of the Mondays… Too bad we aren’t perfect moms like SaraE, kids always listen no matter what… You should start a parenting class since your THAt good… We are impressed
Lighten up, people! No one is perfect! Being a parent can be hard, so let’s support each other instead of ripping into each other!
My name is Rowan and I refuse to eat anything green, including green grapes, green M&Ms and green gummie bears. However, I will eat green Thai curry.
Jeez, why so tough on each other? Parenting is a tough job and my rule of thumb is : dont sweat the small stuff. Spreading butter on toast out of sight of one’s child is surely not such a big deal? If the mom in question is willing to do that, why not? She is not asking anyone else to do the task for her.
Anyway, my child is 18 already and is, has been “deathly allergic” to brocolli since age 6 (strangely, it was perfectly acceptable before then). He will NOT eat it, no matter what. However, if it is served as part of a batch of different tempura’d veggies, it is the yummiest part of the meal…. He also only eats apples of a particular hardness (and he eats A LOT of apples!). Anything not hard enough or, god forbid, sporting the teeeniest blemish, is no good and is only good for “apple schmear” (thanks to that movie with the 13 kids).
He has other issues as a litte boy too and I pandered to most of them – because I wanted to and because I could.
I HAVE A CHILD THAT WILL EAT ALL SORTS OF FOODS (CHICKEN, PORK, BEEF, VEGETABLES, ETC…) AT DAYCARE BUT WILL ONLY EAT YOGURT, COTTAGE CHEESE, BANANAS AND CRACKERS AT HOME.
Hi Bipasha, I am on the second day of the diet plan. I am energetic but have got light headache because of which I am feeling tired. Can you please suggest a remedy for this. And also please let me know weather I can take boiled groundnuts in the diet. Thanks
My husband came back from the grocery store yesterday with a big bag of steel-cut oats”this is what you eat, right?” I get up at 4:45 AM to go to work every day… I make quick oats because I don’t have time to mess with anything else. Thank you for this method. Ain’t no way I’m getting up at 4 just to stir oatmeal for half an hour.
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I love most of these stories, I get a huge kick out of the things kidlets say! I am a preschool teacher and i teach 3-5 year olds and if their parents knew half the things that are told to me by their lil precious one, they would die of embarrassment!! The only thing i don’t agree with, is when the moms say the child “wont let them” or “my child made me make her more” or my personal fav “she won’t eat unless i make this…..”
C’mon mommies you’re the “boss” if they don’t like what you make, then they aren’t offered anything else til the next meal time!! If they still dont eat, dint wrry, they wont go long…they forget…..they get distracted!! I am also the proud momma of a beautiful 16 year old healthy girl who in her toddler stage refused alot of things, food being a major one!! i admit its hard to resist those adorable lil faces but just remember overly spoiled children,turn into monster adults!!
my MIL will be 67 this year and still loves sneaky butter
Woah woah woah! So many people here are saying not to give into their children’s picky eating habits- which to an extent I agree with. But I myself was a notoriously picky eater when I was young (would only eat fruits, pasta, pizza, Mac and cheese, toast, crackers
) but I did grow out of it. Almost. I still won’t eat meat or plain veggies, they always made me throw up and still do, but I certainly didn’t turn into a “spoiled, entitled adult.” I don’t think it’s unreasonable to feed them what they like (unless they’re throwing a fit). Spoiled entitled kids come from other aspects of parenting, and most of these kids are so little that they’ll grow out of most of these habits in no time.
These are so funny. They are really true of the mentality of young children – no real reasoning! I have started a blog about food and there are some stories about my views about dieting and about adult fussy eaters too.
Hi, I have just started writing a blog about ‘food incidents’ and stories to do with food. I like this so much I have linked to you in my blog because it sums up what I’m saying so perfectly. I hope that’s ok – http://hungryofbristol.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/toddlers-fussy-eaters-hmmm.html
hello, my name is any starving third world child and I would love to eat your crusts, food that has touched other food and broken granola bars. I eat grass and weeds to feel full so I am not a picky eater.
No wonder kids today are spoiled, entitled little brats. There is no way I would ever have gotten away with this kind of behaviour when I was a kid. You parents that give into your kids and their meltdowns should be slapped. Seriously. I don’t find anything hilarious about these posts at all. Eat it or starve, kid. Way to raise a bunch of brats who will be unable to function in the real world when they are adults and realize that life doesn’t revolve around them and what they want.
I am 57 and still don’t like my bananas to have strings on them I have to pick it all off
I have a 17 yo who still does not like certain foods e.g. mushrooms, green peppers (I can understand this, I don’t like mushrooms either). When he was growing up I had a rule that he MUST try everything (take at least one bite, chew it fully and swallow) if, after trying it he legitimately didn’t like it he didn’t have to eat it. I never substituted anything else for it, he just got less food as a result. He also had an issue with foods touching and broken food (took a while but I convinced him that they taste the same) but he grew out of it. Now there are so many foods he WILL eat that I just don’t worry about it. I found that if I involved him in the cooking of the food he was more open to trying new things since I actively sought his input as to ingredients etc. He can now cook for himself and is quite good and consistently chooses healthy foods without having to be told to. Sorry for the novel. Don’t give in, get them involved.
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My two eldest ones, (4 and 6) are finicky too.
I recently had child #3, so I left them with their Meemaw. (My mother in-law)
Meemaw gives in to all pickyness, so my four year old had only pineapple, cheerios, and Gatorade. My six year old wasn’t as picky, but she refused to have any drink without a bendy straw.
They brought their pickyness home with them!
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I’m h healthy 19 year old who has a severe aversion to most textures of food and this id often contradictory as i can eat tagliatelle pasta but cant stand slimy mushrooms. I was lucky enough to grow up with parents who didnt argue with me on my food and due to my stubborn nature my om only pulled the “eat what i give you or starve” stunt once. i was six and decided there and then that i wouldn’t eat anything at all. i lasted three days without eating anything except breakfast. In my personal experience, parents who pull this move often end up with kids who challenge them at every turn and often dont speak to their parents about the stuff they really should because they think their parents would come down on them like a tonne of bricks.
I remember i had a friend over and my he started to freak out because he dished up too much for himself and he didn’t like one of the items in the meal. he genuinely didn’t understand what my mom meant when she said that he didn’t have to finish if he was full and that he didn’t have to eat what he didn’t like.
My mom believed there are bigger and way more important battles to fight later in your child’s life. It has been scientifically proven that a lot of picky eaters actually suffer from a selective eating disorder or Food aversion disorders. Educate yourself before you force your kid to eat stuff they have told you they don’t like.
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