Funny Creations, your LO seems to dislike all the things that F loves the most! Fish cakes, broccoli, rice...
The one thing I've ever offered her that she really seemed to dislike was pineapple, so I just didn't offer that again for months as I know it can be an allergen and I thought maybe she was telling me that it made her mouth feel funny. Well, now she's over 1 and DH and I had fresh pineapple yesterday so I gave F a little...and she scoffed it down and asked for more. So now I don't think there's anything I've ever offered that she just won't eat ever, although of course she has days where she won't touch something that she loved the week before
Eshea, can you hide veges in meatballs or fishcakes, like Katy was saying above? I add peas to meatballs, if you mush or puree them first you can't see them at all (although there may be a slight green tinge to the whole thing). I've made patties from mashed pumpkin and tofu with lots of chopped, steamed broccoli added (not that I need to hide that here, it just seemed like it would go well and it did!). Grated courgette fritters? Or courgette muffins are really tasty too, think like carrot cake. You can make them with fruit to sweeten, rather than refined sugar.
Ali, I had heard that BLW was being recommended more in the UK now. Wish it was in NZ! Last I heard, which was admittedly a year or so ago, the official Plunket line was still to intro solids at "4-6 months", and that BLW "wasn't adequately researched to recommend without reservations". From what I read of their guidelines, it would put mums who hadn't done much research off BLW. Sure, maybe it's not for everyone, but I didn't like that they seemed to be implying that it might not be safe (similar to your experience perhaps, Creations). Not sure if that's changing.