I always try to give my kids a balanced meal even if it means that they eat some strange meals for dinner. I figured that it doesn't matter what the food is, along as it is nutritious. At 10 months, I am assuming that he is eating chunky foods and loves pieces of stuff, so here are some things to try:
Veggie hot dogs - I prefer these to regular hotdogs because they don't have nitrates in them. Just be sure to cut them into small chunks or longer, thin sticks. The little circles can cause choking.
Yogurt - a little messy, but so good for them
Different Cereals - Rice Chex, Cheerios, Low sugar ones
Cheese cubes - Tiny ones
Pasta - Try the whole wheat with extra Omega 3 for a little more nutrition
Chicken - Cook it in the microwave even
Grilled Cheese Sandwich Chunks - Cut into tiny squares
Green beans or Carrots straight from the can - my kids didn't even mind if they weren't heated up
Bananas - You probably know that one...
Beans - My daughter ate the kidney beans out of the can. I started cutting them in half first until I was confident she would not choke!
Baked sweet potato chunks - Bake them, peal them after they have cooled off a bit, and then put them in the fridge to cool completely. Pull them out and cut them into chunks. You can sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar if you want.
Smoothies - Dump whatever fruit and yogurt you have around into the blender and mix with milk.
Mushy Fruits and Veggies - Try blueberries, avocado, really ripe pears, watermelon, cantelope.
I hope this list helps!!!