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“As the obesity epidemic spreads across the world and parents become more concerned than ever with what to put in their children’s mouths, The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet takes a lot of the guesswork and frustration out of this important parenting task. It is a must-have for parents and grandparents alike.”
-Victoria McEvoy, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at
Chief of Pediatrics at Massachusetts General West Medical Group
“Making your own delicious and nutritious baby food could not be easier as this lovely book explains. I can’t think of a better or more enjoyable way to start a baby on a lifetime of happy and healthy eating exploration than to mash and puree your way through every one of these recipes. You will want to eat these foods too!”
and Public Health at
“This well-written and highly attractive book surpasses the traditional expert advice on the nutritional content and preparation of healthy foods by invoking a developmental approach to infant nutrition. The reader will not only learn how simple it is to make their baby's meals at home, but also understand the developmental and physiological rationales for healthy food choices. This is anticipatory guidance on infant nutrition at its best!”
-Paul H. Dworkin, M.D., Professor and Chair of Pediatrics at the
Physician-in-Chief of the
“Tina Ruggiero and Karin Knight have compiled an amazingly beautiful cookbook that shows you how easy it is to make healthy and attractive food for even the pickiest of little ones. The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet guides you through the first foods to finger foods and beyond with style and ease.”
The Complete Illustrated Pregnancy Companion and The
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone wanting to make their own baby food.
This book is well organized, nicely illustrated and full of helpful information and facts, and the recipes are so easy to follow.
I like how they are separated by age and each section has lists and helpful information about nutrition.
My husband brought this home one night from work, and we thought we'd give it a try. I love it! I hate cooking, but I want to know what is in my daughter's food and want to save... Read morePublished 28 days ago by A. E. Handley
Love it! Baby loves it!! It really makes things simple and easy, no thinking needed. Make sure you have a baby bullet/knock off brand to help you out making the purees.Published 1 month ago by Meg Kee
I bought this baby food book as well as "Top 100 Baby Purees" Annabel Karmel. While I enjoy this book and the tips, I don't find myself going to it as often. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Randeepher
I was skeptical. It's baby food. Find a vegetable and blend it, right? BUT in the monotonous world of making your own baby food (especially in those first few months! Read morePublished 2 months ago by emily121212
These recipes are boring and the ones for 12+ months ask for a TON of sugar. Some of the boring recipes in the beginning could easily just be a list of "good foods to feed your... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michelle Lindsay
This was a gift for a friend and they absolutely love it. This is for their first child and healthy eating is very important to them. They love the recipes and how simple they are.Published 2 months ago by j
I was very excited to get this book as I like making food at home. There are a few great tips and tricks in here (like making rice cereal) but overall I found the book wanting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by AmandaK
This cookbook is awesome! It has all sorts of recipes in it, from the most basic to some more difficult ones. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicole J
I am a new grandmother, with a grandson born last October and a granddaughter born in January. I bought two copies of this book, one for me to use and one to give my daughter. Read morePublished 3 months ago by valerie