Encourage your little one to explore new foods with ease and the comfort of a new friend.
I appreciate a healthy and hearty breakfast that feeds both mama and baby–bonus points are awarded if the meal is easy to prepare and tastes delicious! This baked oatmeal does not disappoint.
If you ever had any desire to make your own food or were simply just curious about the process, here’s how I go about making my homemade baby food.
I’ve been trying to come up with meal ideas that are protein packed while still being a soft enough texture for Beck to chew and swallow safely. Click to get my recipe!
30 Seconds with Baby: Got spaghetti? Have the camera handy the first time (or any time) your baby tries an especially messy food. You’ll have to clean it up anyway, so why not create a cute keepsake at the same time?
30 Minutes with Baby: For variety, not to mention great facial expressions, give your baby one or two bites of food she’s familiar with, then try something new. Wait to see if she’s surprised, delighted or disappointed. Then go back to the known food. Switch back and forth until everything is gone or the little one’s clearly through.