Here’s a run-down of the resources on this blog (some still to come!), followed by a collection other great online resources.
Homemade baby food round 1: peas, green beans, applesauce, winter squash, oatmeal
Homemade baby food round 2: sweet potato, brown rice, chicken, pears, banana
Homemade baby food round 3: quinoa, peaches, avocado, pumpkin, cottage cheese
Homemade baby food round 4: broccoli, zucchini, yellow squash, black beans, yogurt
Homemade baby food round 5: asparagus, barley, edamame, blueberries, mango
Homemade baby food round 6: apricots, prunes, egg yolks, chick peas, blackberries
Homemade baby food 201: Favorite food combinations and purees
Homemade baby food pouches
Baby/toddler finger foods
Here are some of my favorite websites for baby and kid food resources, recipes and info.
American Academy of Pediatrics: Information from pediatricians on how and when to start introducing solid foods to your baby.
Wholesomebabyfood.com: Tons of great info here! You can look up particular foods and find their benefits, how to choose, store and prepare them and what good combinations are. You can also search by baby stages and get ideas for menus.
ABC Kids Inc.: This post has a lot of information on baby-led weaning if you want to check out that method.
Weelicious: She’s got lots of great recipes – and videos — for first foods, as well as toddler recipes, school lunch ideas and even family meals that everyone will enjoy.
Homemade Baby Food Recipes: This site is chock-full of information and ideas, from considerations when getting started to nutritional breakdowns, to allergies and feeding problems.
Super Healthy Kids: This doesn’t have much on baby food – except maybe their smoothies – but your little one won’t be on purees forever, and this site has tons of great recipes and resources for cooking for kids.