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14 Easy + Healthy DIY Baby Foods

Making our own baby foods are definitely easy, faster and save money.

And when you know what you are feeding to your baby, it is considered more nutritious and safer than buying from the stores.

But first and foremost, make sure your baby is ready for solid foods!
According to Malaysia’s standard, babies are recommended to take solid food only after 6 months.

Please beware of common allergens foods like eggs, milk, wheat, soy, tree nuts, fish and shellfish. Honey should also be avoided in the first year as it might cause botulism.

Gas inducing food are recommended only to babies above 10 months. Including beans, broccoli, onions, fruit juice, wheat, cauliflower, garlic or dairy.

Of course, to be safe, it is always good to check with a pediatrician before introducing any food to our baby

Choose organic produce whenever possible.

“Babies have smaller digestive systems and body masses, so they can handle fewer toxins, like pesticides, than small children or adults can,” Middleberg says.

If buying organic produce isn’t realistic for your family, try to avoid the most pesticide-laden foods.

And, finally, make sure the foods you’re making are age-appropriate.
Stick with thin, single-ingredient purees from low-acid fruits and sweet vegetables. Space new foods 4 days apart so you can spot and identify an allergy.

 

1. Carrot Puree

Recipe here: chocolateandcarrots.com

2. Apple Puree

Recipe here: howdoesshe.com

3. White Peach & Banana Puree

Recipe here: babybulletblog.com

4. Apple Pear Butter

Recipe here: weelicious.com

5. Raw Blueberries + Mango + Avocado

Recipe here: babyfoode.com

6. Apple + Oat Porridge

Recipe here: yummytummyaarthi.com 

7. Chicken with Carrots + Apple Puree

Recipe here: annabelkarmel.com

8. Dried Beans Puree

Recipe here: lilsugar.com

9. Blueberry + Chickpea

Recipe here: babyfoode.com

10. Quinoa Ratatouille

Recipe here: loveandduckfat.com

11. Baby Food Lasagna

Recipe here: oveandduckfat.com

12. Chicken + Vegetable Puree

Recipe here: whatcarolinecooked.blogspot.com.au

13. Baby Noodles (>9 months)

Recipe here: myloveearth.com

14. Baby Meal (>6 months)

Recipe here: myloveearth.com

 

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