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Food/Recipes for a 6 month old?

4lyons09 Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
I cant remember back to when my daughter was this young!
Can anyone recommend anything they use for their own children?

Tried a few jars made some veg+chicken puree, yoghurts,rusks and he seems to like everything which is a good start

Would be greatful if anyone will kindly share with me.

I can't remember what age I started finger foods either! Can any mums/dad help?
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#1
I did a similar thread when my little one started on solids, ill see if I can find it for you, there were some good recepies posted as she did not want to know when it come to jarred baby food.






brb voting luke.
banned#2
i liquidised what we had
#3
MinstrelMan
I did a similar thread when my little one started on solids, ill see if I can find it for you, there were some good recepies posted as she did not want to know when it come to jarred baby food.

thank you :thumbsup:




brb voting luke.


sassie
i liquidised what we had



I have done some things like sunday roasts but we have things unsuitable for him some nights :thumbsup:
banned#4
have you thought of doing extra and freezing them, i know its all fiddly but better than cooking two seperate meals each nite
#5
sassie
i liquidised what we had


Need to be careful with that though, because a lot of food we eat is too salty, stuff we dont really think of like gravy or something.
#6
http://www.annabelkarmel.com/recipes
Try this site for some ideas.
#7
Also try www.wholesomebabyfood.com

Annabel Karmel also does a books that you may find helpful, sold in boots and mothercare but cheaper on ebay or amazon.
banned#8
kelly_o_fanatic
Need to be careful with that though, because a lot of food we eat is too salty, stuff we dont really think of like gravy or something.


i was assuming the op would be aware of that as a parent themselves
#9
liqudized banana, milk, one 25ml shot of vodka and 25ml of dissarono should do the trick :p

it used to put me straight to sleep :p
#10
my mum swears by just blending your own foods, she had 9 of us, all survived to tell the tale lol
#11
thanks everyone! sites are great

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