Making nutritious, homemade baby food has never been so easy.
This second edition (9780778802624) replaces the first edition (9780778801184).
Like the first edition, this new edition of Blender Baby Food guides readers through the process of making their your own baby food. The blender has proven to be an ideal way to offer new flavors in a baby-friendly texture. Even when a child begins to eat table food, there is always an occasion for a fruit smoothie or a nutritious blended dip.
There are three great reasons for parents to make their own baby food:
This new edition features 25 new recipes, information on the basics of feeding babies, color photos and a nutritional analysis for each recipe. The delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes are categorized according to age, making it easy and convenient to create meals that match a baby's progress and development, from six months through to twelve months and older.
The outstanding variety of flavors and textures includes:
The book also includes meal plans, helpful tips and techniques and even advice on storing and freezing baby food. Using this comprehensive cookbook, parents will quickly discover that giving their baby the best nutritional advantage is its own reward.
Nicole Young is an experienced and highly respected recipe developer and food stylist who teaches seminars and classes on making baby food. The mother of two young children, she lives in Toronto, Ontario. This is her third cookbook.
[Review of previous edition:] Contains sample meal plans and easy-to-make recipes with food combinations you might not consider on your own.
[Review of previous edition:] An excellent way to give children a healthy head start in life.
[Review of previous edition:] You'll be blending yummy feasts for your little one in no time flat... helps give parents their baby the best nutritional advantage.
[Review of previous edition:] Recipes so simple that you may never buy jarred baby food again.
[Review of previous edition:] The simplicity of some of these recipes... that's the beauty of the book... many composed of ingredients you probably wouldn't think to combine (beets and pears, anyone?).