"Readers will appreciate her easy approach to making purees, as she includes required tool lists, nutritional facts, and clear instructions for each recipe." - The Library Journal
Meade also breaks down what kinds of food to give baby at what age and how to spot a food allergy. Recipes are divided by age, which is really helpful. So, if the jar isn't going to be your child's source of baby food, this could be a good guide for making food yourself." - Arizona Statesman
From preparing baby's first purees to serving full-fledged meals, this is the perfect cookbook for parents who want to get the new baby in the house off to the best start possible. Her book is meant to be good for the baby, and fun for you and is just about the only book you need about feeding your child." - Tuscon Citizen
"Maggie gives parents the courage to feel confident in the kitchen with her whip smart humor and gentle motivation. She's not preaching here, she's right there with you. She's been there and done that with THREE BOYS!" - Christina S. founder of Take Back Your Table takebackyourtable.com
A super combination - apple cranberry sauce is easy to prepare and can be enjoyed by the whole family.
About the Author
Maggie Meade is a Mom of three boys and in 2003, her twin boys were turning 12 months old and she found she had a small bit of time on her hands. After much prodding, she decided to finally start a website to share her homemade baby food methods, tips and recipes that nourished her boys. The venerable WholesomeBabyFood.com website was born.
A SheKnows.com Parent's Choice 2010 Award winner, Maggie's recipes and tips have been featured on such media and television outlets as WMUR (NH), TheBump, Momtastic.com, Babble.com, TheStir, EMAB, CafeMom
, and (print) Women's World
weekly. Maggie also speaks to a variety of groups including MOMS clubs and the LaLeche League of the Sunshine State Conference 2013. She blogs baby food and recipes only at WholesomeBabyFoodGuide.com
and enjoys maintaining the book's Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Currently working creatively in the digital marketing/website design space, Maggie enjoys cooking baby foods for other parents, volunteering, developing new meal plans and recipes, working with animals and hiking in the great outdoors. Her newest culinary challenge has her back in the kitchen, teaching her twins to cook.