Tag: First foods

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Survey Responses

My greatest parenting challenge so far has been… Create your own user feedback survey Baby’s first food Rice cereal 35% Puree Sweet Potato 17% Puree carrot 7% Puree potato 7% …

3 Baby Puree Recipes Using My Lil Pouch

3 Baby Puree Recipes Using My Lil Pouch by our friends at Kidingredients. Use pouches to make your own purees & know exactly what you are feeding your baby

First Foods

I was just wondering what other baby cereal other mummies feed their 6 month old apart from Farex/rice cereal? My 6 month old DD has just turned completely off rice cereal …

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Dangers of adding Farex to bottles

Q&A: Has anyone got any references or information on the dangers of adding farex to a bottle?

When did you start offering solids before milk?

Q&A: When did you start offering solids before milk?

{RECIPE} Red lentil, Pumpkin, Pea & Broccoli Dhal

Baby food needn’t be boring, and the addition of herbs and spices is the perfect way to add new flavours to your baby’s developing palate. This dish also has the benefits of red lentils, a legume which is high in fibre, protein and carbohydrates and low in salt.

{RECIPE} Zucchini and Pea Pasta

Many toddlers go through a fussy phase where they only want to feed themselves. Simple pasta dishes, full of flavoursome veggie combinations, are a great way to embrace and encourage this newfound confidence while keeping their little bellies full and nutritional needs met.

{RECIPE} Crispy Baked Veggie Quinoa Balls

These little veggie and quinoa balls are crisp on the outside and soft and gooey in the center, the perfect baby finger food or a healthy family snack. Quinoa is a fabulous first food for your baby as it is full of fibre, iron and calcium – key components for a healthy baby’s nutrition.

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Puree Suggestions

Q&A What suggestions do you have for a Puree Recipe swap ?

{RECIPE} Salmon and Vegie Mash

by Allie from OneHandedCooks
This salmon and veggie mash is rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids and vitamins and minerals, perfect for growing babies. Introducing fish early, in a variety of different ways will help little ones accept the new flavor and texture and embrace it as one of their favourite foods. Plus, it’s a great option for Good Friday.

puree parties

Puree Parties

My mother’s group and I came up with a great way to give our babies variety in their first foods – Puree Parties.  They also give us a great excuse to socialise and connect with other, likeminded adults!

Breastfeeding tips

Breastfeeding is natural so it should be easy right? For some women it does come very naturally but for the majority it is a skill that needs to be learned. Not so much by the baby as it is instinctive to them, but by the mother.

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