Whole Food Baby: 200 Nutritionally Balanced Recipes For A Healthy Start
Say goodbye to bland, boring baby food forever! Whole Food Baby helps you introduce your child to a world full of nutritious, health-fortifying whole foods. You'll find:200 recipes that will inspire you to create delicious and nutritious foods for baby, from best first bites to nourishing finger foodsEverything from First Foods to Finger Foods and Beyond, including Meatballs, Sandwiches on Sticks,...
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: B.E.S. Publishing (September 1, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.4 x 9.7 inches
Amazon Rank: 258254
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“A TON of recipes for children over 4 years of age. Just a handful for one and under....”
Finger Salads, Super Simple Hummus, Cinnamon Sweet Potato Crunchers, Apple and Spinach Green Smoothie, Roasted Red Bell Pepper, and Feta Crustless Mini Quiches, and moreRecipes are packed with whole foods, spices, herbs, and flavors that will delight your baby's palate while providing the essential building blocks for developmentBaby food blogger Michele Olivier will help you whip up delicious baby purees and toddler meals featuring seasonal fruits and vegetables, healthy grains like quinoa and millet, and spices and herbs from cinnamon and curry to basil and chives. Flax seeds, chia seeds, yogurt, coconut milk, and olive oil are also added to boost nutritional content--and maximize flavor.Create healthy habits from the start with help from this book, which is a perfect companion to Whole Food Energy. Together, both books can show you how easy it is for your entire family to reap the benefits of eating whole foods, one bite at a time.