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The deliciously nutritious make-ahead baby food cookbook for a healthy start and beyond
Healthy, homemade baby food is the best way to ensure your little one is getting all of the nourishment they need―but every parent knows the stress of cooking dinner when your mind is on changing diapers. The Make-Ahead Baby Food Cookbook helps you plan ahead, showing you how quick and easy it can be to cook yummy, wholesome baby food safely and conveniently at home.
This baby food cookbook gets you started with a primer on signs to look for when your little one is ready to get in the high chair and how to provide essential nutrients at each stage. You’ll learn the ins and outs of batch cooking, freezing, and reheating, before diving in with an easy-to-navigate 4-week meal plan for each of the three stages of development. This baby food cookbook is also packed with dozens of hearty purees, chunky combinations, and fun finger foods, as well as bonus recipes perfect for your toddler and delicious for the whole family.
The Make-Ahead Baby Food Cookbook includes:
- From bottle to bowl―Discover what tools you’ll need, which order to introduce solid foods, how to detect food sensitivities, and how to raise a food-friendly eater.
- Set the stage―Prep for success with this baby food cookbook, using 4-week meal plans for each stage, including a reader-friendly planning chart, detailed shopping lists, foolproof step-by-step recipes, and more.
- Ready-to-go recipes―Please your baby’s palate with dozens of yummy and nutrient-rich foods for every stage and beyond―including flavor combos, mix-ins, and time-saving tips.
Make mealtime mess-free and stress-free with the Make-Ahead Baby Food Cookbook, an all-in-one meal map for every stage and age.
From the Publisher
Make mealtime stress-free as they grow:
Stage 1: Typically Ages 6 to 8 Months
Baby, your table is ready! There are so many exciting “firsts” with your baby, and starting solids is one of the biggest.
Stage 2: Typically Ages 8 to 10 Months
Now that your baby has become comfortable with Stage 1 foods, it’s time to introduce Stage 2 foods, with thicker textures that serve as the bridge between creamy puréed foods and soft finger foods.
Stage 3: Typically Ages 9 to 12 Months
The next phase of your baby’s culinary journey introduces finger foods—firm yet squishable foods that your baby can pick up using their thumb and forefinger and easily chew. Finger foods help build independence and fine motor skills by letting your baby self-feed.
Easy Family Dinners: 12 Months and Older
Once your child masters the pincer grasp and feeds themselves, your whole family can eat the same meal together. You’ll find easy dinner recipes the whole family will love, with modifications as needed to make them safe for your toddler.