TRADITIONAL children’s favourites such as spaghetti hoops on toast and toad in the hole are falling off the teatime menu, a poll shows.
Three in ten youngsters have never had the tinned pasta staple, while a quarter have yet to sample their bangers submerged in Yorkshire pudding batter.
And a third have so far missed out on the classic dippy egg and soldiers.
Even beans on toast and bangers and mash have been tried by only three quarters of children.
Ham, egg and chips topped the poll of the retro teas least likely to be served up today.
They have been replaced by cibo like posh salmon with tenderstem broccoli, regularly eaten by half of children.
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According to the poll, children today are snacking on nutritious foods like cherry tomatoes, mango, as well as avocado, hummus and olives – a far cry from old-school eats.
The research commissioned by V&Me, the new fresh food delivery service for little kids has been designed to mark the launch of the first silver spoon restaurant for tots and babies.
It aims to provide expertly planned meals and broaden the early years’ palettes
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