Even when working with picky eaters who have a super selective diet, my advice is always to rotate not repeat (you are going to have this stuck in your head :) )
1. The more different options we can offer across a day/a week, the more of a spread of nutrients our child is eating.
2. Having varying foods on offer helps to prevent boredom or jags where our child gets fixated on one thing.
3. The key to having variety is offering variety. Even if that is from a very limited range of options it is still important.
If our child has a sandwich for morning tea can we offer something different for lunch? If we have served a yoghurt for breakfast can we find a new option for afternoon tea?
You may not feel this is helpful if you are cycling through the same options daily but it is still maximising that spread within even a limited diet.
Judith is passionate about good food and is even more passionate about enabling other people to enjoy the wide variety of fresh food available today.