2015/01/27 2015/01/27

Day 27 – Creamy Salmon and Carrots – 365 Days of Baby Food

2015-01-27T18:02:37+00:00

We eat a lot of fish in my house. Not only is it quick to prepare but it's such a super nutritious food.  Full of Omega 3 fatty acids, salmon, and other fish, is also a great source of protein that is not high in saturated fat.   Babies can begin to eat fish around [...]

Day 27 – Creamy Salmon and Carrots – 365 Days of Baby Food2015-01-27T18:02:37+00:00
2015/01/25 2015/01/25

Day 25 – One Pot Meals: Apples, Chicken and Carrots – 365 Days of Baby Food

2018-09-25T21:30:37+00:00

Fast and easy, quick and simple; making baby food can be all of the aforementioned.  In this recipe, the combination of apples, carrots and chicken yields a delicious meal that can be pureed for babies still beginning the solid food adventure.  You can also mash or chop for Baby Led Weaners or little one just [...]

Day 25 – One Pot Meals: Apples, Chicken and Carrots – 365 Days of Baby Food2018-09-25T21:30:37+00:00
2014/11/18 2014/11/18

Chicken Soup for Babies and Toddlers – the Easy Way

2014-11-18T09:45:49+00:00

Chicken soup is good for the soup, the tummy and for babies and toddlers too.  Don't worry about the spoon, scoop out more of the good stuff, chicken and veggies for example, and give it to your little one on the tray, in a small bowl or whatever works.  When I make chicken soup. about [...]

Chicken Soup for Babies and Toddlers – the Easy Way2014-11-18T09:45:49+00:00
2013/11/12 2013/11/12

Cost of Making Homemade Baby Food versus Buying Store Bought Commercial Baby Food

2013-11-12T16:38:27+00:00

If there is one question that is asked the most by people who are thinking about making their own baby food, the question is this "Does it cost more than buying jars of baby food? Making the food for my baby at home has to be a lot more expensive, right?" Looking at cost effectiveness [...]

Cost of Making Homemade Baby Food versus Buying Store Bought Commercial Baby Food2013-11-12T16:38:27+00:00
2013/09/25 2013/09/25

Iron and Iron Rich Baby Foods – What Iron Rich Foods Can Baby Eat?

2013-09-25T10:57:41+00:00

Around the age of 6 months (some pediatricians say up until 8 months), a baby’s natural stores of iron will almost be gone.   It’s at this time that babies typically begin to eat solid foods. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies not be started on solid foods prior to the age of 6 [...]

Iron and Iron Rich Baby Foods – What Iron Rich Foods Can Baby Eat?2013-09-25T10:57:41+00:00
2012/08/21 2012/08/21

Homemade Chicken or Turkey Nuggets – A Finger Food and Baby Led Weaning Recipe

2018-09-25T21:31:43+00:00

Hey Mom! Let's get in the car and head to McD's and grab some healthy nuggets and fries - Let's not! Like most parents, the thought of serving my kiddos chicken nuggets remains a bit creepy.  Yet not serving chicken nuggets meant giving up a quick grab-n-go lunch, or even dinner, when the clock ticked [...]

Homemade Chicken or Turkey Nuggets – A Finger Food and Baby Led Weaning Recipe2018-09-25T21:31:43+00:00
2012/07/25 2012/07/25

Sweet Potato Apple Turkey Loaf – Finger Food for Babies,Toddlers & Doggies too! New unplugged & revamped!

2018-09-25T21:31:45+00:00

Make These Tasty Sweet Potato with Rice and Apple Turkey Nuggets I've been busy taking images of baby food making/cooking for a few days now. Last night I made meatloaf for dinner. My dog had a litter of puppies on Sunday evening (8 of them, all alive!). What the heck does my dog, baby food [...]

Sweet Potato Apple Turkey Loaf – Finger Food for Babies,Toddlers & Doggies too! New unplugged & revamped!2018-09-25T21:31:45+00:00
2012/07/17 2012/07/17

Chicken Pot Pie – Baby Food from Dinner Food – Many Possibilities!

2018-09-25T21:31:46+00:00

This recipe makes a hearty chicken pot pie that the whole family will enjoy. You can serve a piece to your baby if you’d like, but keep in mind the recipe contains dairy and wheat.  Here are a few ways that you can offer this delicious chicken pot pie to your little one: For Baby [...]

Chicken Pot Pie – Baby Food from Dinner Food – Many Possibilities!2018-09-25T21:31:46+00:00
2012/04/11 2012/04/11

Choosing Meat as a First Food for Baby – Australopithecus afarensis did it!

2012-04-11T21:32:18+00:00

Many parents are often confused about offering their little ones meat(s).  They usually wonder first about when to introduce meats to their babies and then, they worry about what type of meat to introduce first.  The appropriate age to introduce meats to babies tends to be just as confusing as introducing solids as a whole! [...]

Choosing Meat as a First Food for Baby – Australopithecus afarensis did it!2012-04-11T21:32:18+00:00
2012/02/23 2012/02/23

Super Salmon, Rich in Vitamin D, Calcium & Omega 3s – Make this meal entree a meal for your baby

2012-02-23T23:18:30+00:00

Salmon is a super food!  Omega 3's, protein, iron, calcium and, Vitamin D!  Salmon are rich in Vitamin D making salmon a perfect entree choice during the winter months. One 3 ounce can of sockeye salmon contains the following amounts of Vitamin D: Vitamin D (D2 + D3) µg 17.8 Vitamin D IU 715 I [...]

Super Salmon, Rich in Vitamin D, Calcium & Omega 3s – Make this meal entree a meal for your baby2012-02-23T23:18:30+00:00