Make it easier to feed your 9 month old meals with this cheat sheet of nutritious ideas.
Blend up a fruit or veggie with an egg for the fluffiest, easiest, healthy pancakes for kids. These 2-Ingredient Pancakes use one simple method for all 4 flavors.
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.
Made with just a few wholesome ingredients, this Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal cooks up fast and easily—which is exactly what you want in a breakfast!
This method, which involves simply simmering diced apples until soft on the stove into homemade applesauce, is fast and delivers consistently great results.
Tiny star pasta soup was one of the staples of my Italian-American childhood, and it’s something my kids adore eating now.
These savory muffins are packed with nutritious ingredients and are so quick to bake up—and they work so well to make ahead!
They are a fun shape, they rival any tot you find in the freezer aisle for flavor, and you can enhance them with even more flavor by serving them with any dip you like.
Paired with sweet potato for extra nutrition and flavor, these meatballs are seriously delicious.
With just a few ingredients, and a super fast method that allows you to make a batch in under 10 minutes, these are a favorite meal to share with the kids.
Tip: Continue to introduce potential food allergens (which can help train the immune system and lower the overall risk for food allergies).
Tip: Cut food into very small pieces to ensure that it’s easy to eat and help as needed. Check in on the common choking hazards and avoid foods that are very hard, very sticky, or round.
Tip: Try to include iron-rich foods regularly in your baby’s meals. Visit the blog for even more recipe ideas and tips!