I just never know what the kid will eat until I give it to her. We had a pasta dish that involved grilled salmon a couple weeks ago. I made her just the pasta, thinking she'd avoid the salmon (no point in wasting that). She ate a few bites of her pasta then set to work picking all the salmon out of my serving and eating it. Then, of course, there's the day she ate nearly her own body weight in Gorgonzola. When she was 1 year old she ate some escargot and seemed to like it (One year is too young to A) ask what it is or 2) be grossed out at the thought of eating a snail). It was trial and error that taught her she does not like wasabi. Well, mostly error on that one. I do enjoy standing in my kitchen thinking "what can I get the kid to eat today?" Most days the answer is "something white or yellow" but the salmon days are enough to keep me going.
1 cup lowfat plan yogurt
1 1/2 T sugar (or to taste)
1/2 t rosewater
1 t ground cumin
couple pinches ground cinnamon
5 crushed ice cubes (my fridge dispenses crushed ice, so I just guess at it)
Throw it all together in a blender and blend until you feel good about it. (If that doesn't happen in a minute or so, seek professional help, it's more than the blender can handle.)