Mealtime is a fairly simple process during the first four to six months of a baby’s life. But making the transition from breast milk or formula to solid food can be a challenge for everyone, especially Mom and Dad! When do I introduce solid food to my baby? Which foods are the most appropriate for what age? How much food should I make for my baby? What do I feed to a sick child? Which foods are safe enough for my baby to eat in the car? Baby Bowl answers all these questions and offers parents a collection of healthy recipes designed to happily fill little bellies.
With three young boys of her own, bestselling cookbook author Kim McCosker has ensured that the home-tested recipes in Baby Bowl provide the love and nourishment needed for a lifetime of good eating habits. Readers will find fast, easy-to-prepare recipes, organized by age; superfoods to try and when to try them; essential advice on nutritional value; tips on how long to cook, how to serve, and whether to freeze; menu planners; and gluten-free and dairy-free recipes.
Covering a smorgasbord of delicious meals and snacks for babies from four months to a year, all the recipes in Baby Bowl are easy to follow and use only the freshest ingredients. So throw out those jars of goop and start cooking from scratch—with this book as your guide, it will be easier than you think!
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Well, hello there! I am so very glad Baby Bowl has made it into your hands. Perhaps it has found you because you are expecting a baby, have one already, or know someone with her own baby on the way. Whatever your interest, Baby Bowl was written to help you navigate baby’s “menus” amid what is often a blur of late nights and early mornings in a cocoon of love. Ah, motherhood—the most demanding role I have ever undertaken—but the one I want to succeed at the most.
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