365 Days of Baby Food

Day 20 – Roasted Apples and Fennel – 365 Days of Baby Food

Roasted apples and fennel brings you a sweet, nutty licorice-anisey flavor.  It’s a wonderful combination that you can serve as a standalone side dish or puree and add to your favorite savory soup.  Fennel tastes like a cross between licorice […]

Day 19 – Eggy Muffins for Little Fingers – 365 Days of Baby Food

This recipe is quite simple but I warn you, a bit messy to make.  What I love about it is that there is a baby food opportunity here – see that luscious egg yolk. For babies 8 months and older: […]

Day 17 – Solid Food Intro. Tip – 365 Days of Baby Foods

As you contemplate starting solid foods, it’s important to note what various medical organizations recommend. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), along with many other health organizations such as the World Health Organization and UNICEF, states that breast milk and/or […]

Day 14 – Creamy Baked Apples – 365 Days of Baby Food

Baked apples make a great little dish to serve to those Baby Led Weaners and other little ones who are learning to self-feed with finger foods and lumpy, bumpy textures.  You can bake up as many or as few apples […]

Day 13 – Constipation and “P” Fruits – 365 Days of Baby Food

As babies make the transition to solid foods, their tummies may find it difficult at first to process and digest solids.  New foods with new textures and compositions may lead to constipation. Fruits with “P” will naturally help baby’s bowels […]

Day 12 – Julienne Finger Foods – 365 Days of Baby Food

Finger foods for baby are really simple to make.  Just use the foods you were using to create baby purees and slice, chunk and mash into a chunky texture and voila!  Finger foods.  Using a julienne peeler is a great […]

Day 9 – Vitamin C Splash Mix – 365 Days of Baby Food

Vitamin C: You can find Vitamin C in green and red peppers, avocados, banana, cabbage, kiwi, turnip greens, kale, collards, parsley, sprouted alfalfa seeds, broccoli, tomatoes, mango, lemons, oranges, black currants, acerola cherries, cantaloupe, strawberries, and other citrus . Vitamin […]