Synopses & Reviews
There are good reasons to make a baby's food and this book makes it easy. Recipes are accompanied by nutritional analysis age guidelines, tips, storage and freezing guidelines. Best of all none of the sugar, salt, or filler used in commercial foods.
Making nutritious, homemade baby food has never been so easy
Baby food doesn't have to come in jars, and making your own at home is not difficult. Baby food is strained, pureed or mashed adult food - just a different version of the food you prepare for yourself.
Here are three good reasons to make baby food at home: Knowing what's in it, therefore ensuring healthy and wholesome meals.Tailoring the texture to your baby's preferences.Shaping baby's tastes and helping him/her learn what fresh foods taste like.
Whether choosing to make all baby's food at home, or just some of it, the blender is a great way to offer new flavors in a baby-friendly texture. Once a child begins to eat table food, there is always an occasion for a fruit smoothie or a nutritious blended dip.
Here's a sampling of the deliciously easy recipes: Six Months and Older Peach and Pear Bananarama, Melon Madness, Zucchini and Nectarines, Roasted Vegetable PureeEight Months and Older Vegetable Paella, Humus for Beginners, Chicken with Red Peppers and Corn, Beefy BroccoliNine Months and Older Lemon Raspberry Yogurt, Over the Top Applesauce, Spinach and Tomatoes with Ricotta, Fisherman's PieTwelve Months and Older Orange Banana Smoothie, Very Berry Pears, Broccoli and Cauliflower Melt, Veggie Cream Sauce
All the recipes in Blender Baby Food are accompanied by suggested age guidelines. Also included are lots of great tips for making baby food, storage and freezing guidelines as well as the appropriate way to thaw and reheat food. Plus, none of the recipes calls for any of the salt, sugar, starches or fillers found in many commercially prepared baby foods. Blender Baby Food helps parents give their baby the best nutritional advantage.