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The Baby and Toddler Cookbook: Fresh, Homemade Foods for a Healthy Start Hardcover – June 7, 2011
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Karen Ansel, MS, RD, is a registered dietitian and freelance writer specializing in health, wellness, food, and nutrition. Her work has been published in national women’s heath magazines such as Family Circle, Woman’s Day, Cooking Light, Fitness, Prevention, Shape, Weight Watchers, Natural Health and Marie Claire. Karen is the
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It used to be so easy - feed Mom just about anything that wouldn't make her sick, and which doesn't contain alcohol or too much caffeine, and VOILA - balanced, delicious diet for baby.
Not so much anymore.
Now, not only to we need to consider what's nutritious, but also what can they chew, make things tasty to them, maintain variety so they don't get used to the same stuff every day, and a dozen other factors. We've found that this book is very helpful. Not only does it have some nice recipes to help us introduce more variety into our childrens' diet, but it has them categorized by age - helping us to gradually introduce them to more complex food choices.
We have found that some great recipe ideas in here can also be split apart into their components - for example, there is a recipe for coconut milk rice pudding with apricot swirl - and we have served a variety of fruit purees with the rice pudding, and have served the apricot puree with cereal and other grains.
Finally, we use this book as a reference and guide for when to introduce new foods and textures. I look forward to progressing into the toddler years using this book as a guide. A great purchase!