Baby Food Recipes


Expanding Your Child's Diet

After four to six months a baby becomes ready for solid foods. Your baby is not physically ready to handle solids earlier than this. Introducing solids before this time will interfere with the much needed iron...

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Toddler Eating Habits

As your child grows you will find changes in different habits, from sleeping to favourite toys. The most discouraging for parents is the change in eating habits between baby and toddler stages in your child’s life....

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Welcome to the 21st Century

Those halcyon days are gone. In the 21st century, the “snack” shelves in every grocery store across North America and Europe are taking up exponentially more real estate. And in response, the occasions on which it...

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Bug Bites

Makes 1 dragonfly sandwich You will need: 1/2 whole wheat pita 1 baby dill pickle 2 thin carrot matchsticks 1/4 cup lowfat cream cheese 2 tablespoons vanilla yogurt 1/2 teaspoon ground...

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Stage One

First tastes: Stage one - around 6...

Even the most beautifully prepared purées can meet with resistance from your baby, and you may find that all your careful preparation goes to waste. There are, however, solutions to almost any problem that crops up....

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Are Baby Bottles Toxic?

Bisphenol A (BPA) has been a popular topic in the news and online in the past few months. The centre of many research studies, BPA is a potentially dangerous chemical leaching out of plastic and into our food. BPA is...

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Where’s the beef?

Selecting Meats For Your Baby Prepare ANY meat by baking it. Some good cuts are: Chicken: Breasts (higher in protein and lower in fat), Thighs/Legs (higher in iron and higher in fat) Beef: Eye of Round Roast, Top...

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