This baby food menu was designed for babies who have tried first purees with single ingredients and are ready for more flavor combinations. While the menu is designated for 6-9 month old babies, you can adjust the purees to fit an older baby as well by leaving the food a little chunkier. Some recipes may even appeal to slightly toddlers. The crockpot butternut squash applesauce was certainly a favorite. We hope you enjoy exploring new tastes and textures with your baby! The Baby & Toddler Food menu is designed for you to make life feeding your baby/toddler homemade food a little easier. We are not pediatricians, please seek counsel from them on timing, allergies and food sensitivities. These menus are simply designed for ease of parents and not necessarily adhere to dietary guidelines. If you are new and not sure how to get started we have a wonderful series starting with 5 easy steps to get you on your way to once a month cooking. Good luck!
- Peach, Apple, Pear
- Avocado Banana Rice
- Crockpot Butternut Squash Applesauce
- Apple. Blueberry & Banana
- Dried Apricot Puree
- Broccoli Potato Mash
- Potato, Carrot, Sweet Corn
- Tomato, Cauliflower & Carrot with Basil
- Root Veggie Trio
- Pea Mint Puree
- Tasty Chicken & Rice
- Lovely Lentils
- White Bean Puree
- Beef and Carrot Puree
- Oven-Roasted Chicken Thighs with Carrots and Potatoes
First Foods Spring Menu PDF Documents
These pdf documents will look different than our normal OAMM menus. We have them set to a standard amount to feed one baby/toddler. If you have multiples (twins, triplets, etc), let us know and we can make documents just for you!Join today for access to this menu!
The attached labels will print four to a page and line up with Avery 8168/5168 labels or equivalent.
Are you a person that likes to see the menus visually? Perhaps you should check out the Baby & Toddler First Foods Spring Menu via Pinterest to see the yummy goodness you will be cooking up on this menu. Not sure what Pinterest is all about, check out what Once A Month Meals has to say about it.
Are you new to Once A Month Meals or once a month cooking (oamc) in general? If so, you might want to spend a few minutes (or hours) on the Get Started Series. If you are in a real hurry to catch on we have written some simple steps for getting started. Welcome!
More questions or ready to move on to the next stage?
To see what we’ve covered in the series already and what’s ahead check the links below!