Baby Food Ideas | Baby-Led Weaning Tips
Tips, ideas, food hacks and recipes for introducing real, solid food to your baby. Our #FingerFoodFirst approach is based on a method called “baby-led weaning”.
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Vinegar may be introduced as an ingredient in solid food in small amounts as soon as baby is ready to start solids, which is generally around 6 months of age. Just read labels to ensure the vinegar does not contain honey, which is unsafe for babies under 12 months of age, and know that the acidity may irritate baby’s skin and cause a harmless facial rash. Acidic foods can also cause or worsen diaper rash when consumed in excess. Read more:
You are going to hear a lot about iron as your baby grows. This is because iron is a crucial micronutrient that helps form hemoglobin, which delivers oxygen and other nutrients throughout the body. Iron also plays a big role in neurodevelopment. And many babies and toddlers aren’t getting enough. For more on the specific nutrients babies need, see our Nutrient Cheat Sheet for Babies or our First Foods Essentials bundle.
Ah, Thanksgiving. Ply us with stuffing, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie and we’re happy. But… let’s be honest. Most of us probably won’t get more than 15 minutes uninterrupted at the table. With that in mind, we've put together some tips to make the most of baby’s first Thanksgiving with baby-led weaning. Head to our website to read more. #babyledweaning #solidstarts #babyfood #firstfoods #thanksgiving #oneyearold #6monthold #holidaymeal #selffeeding #fingerfood #neweater #babymeals #turkey
Basil is an incredible source of vitamin K, which is important for growth, bone formation, and blood clotting. We love to use it in this easy & delicious Pesto Pasta recipe for babies & toddlers. Visit our First Foods® database or download our app to get the recipe and see how to serve basil, garlic, pine nuts & pasta (plus over 200 other foods!) to babies according to their age.