Make it easier to offer baby a nutritious morning meal with these favorite baby breakfast ideas.
Moist, tender, and full of fresh blueberry flavor, these Blueberry Yogurt Muffins are a favorite breakfast and snack to share with the kids.
Adding ripe banana to your next batch of waffles is a simple way to add delicious flavor (and nutrients!).
These sweet Banana-Spinach Pancakes are a favorite when you’re looking to boost nutrition in a favorite breakfast option.
Use this easy method to make the best French Toast Sticks at home to share with the kids. These are a versatile, affordable alternative to buying frozen ones at the store.
This egg recipe can be made whenever you have time— just warm up briefly to serve. It’s a favorite way to serve eggs to kids (and adults).
Cooked eggs are a perfect texture for a baby food since they are very soft. I like starting with hard-cooked egg yolks—both to make a puree and to serve BLW style on toast.
With a heaping pile of spinach and a super simple method, you can make these bright green Spinach Eggs in less than 10 minutes to share with the kids.
This recipe is straightforward and involves cooking the oats, adding milk and chia seeds, and choosing a fruit for flavor (and more vitamins) if you’d like.
This easy Apple Baked Oatmeal is moist, flavorful, and packed with whole grains and fruit. Plus, it has a texture that’s soft enough for even the littlest eaters.
Start the day (or snack time!) with a simple Green Smoothie that’s designed to taste good and be easy to make.
Tip: Start with a small portion to avoid food waste and serve more as indicated by baby’s cues. They are the best guide for how much they need to eat.
Tip: Aim to include iron in meals and snacks as you can. And sit baby upright in their high chair at the table for safe eating.
Tip: Omit added sugars in any recipes as desired. Visit the blog for even more recipe ideas and tips!