Baby Led Weaning (BLW) means simply letting your baby feed themselves. With baby led weaning a selection of finger foods is offered and the baby is able to choose what to eat and attempt to feed themselves.
This twist on a traditional combination will be a favourite of your little one! The sweet Granny Smith Apple pairs beautifully with the pork fillet that is high in protein, and the nutrient and fibre of sweet potatoes.
This healthy Beaba Babycook purple rainbow puree recipe is the perfect dish to cook up, feed to your baby from 4 months+ and freeze the leftovers. This means you'll be able to reheat whenever needed and know that your baby is getting a range of nutrients from eating the rainbow!
Anyone else's toddler only like to eat white foods? Here, we have come up with some delicious recipes for an orange pumpkin and sweet potato puree, a red rhubarb and strawberry puree and a purple/blue puree of blackberries and blueberries, all made in the Babycook of course!
When your baby is ready, introduce foods according to what the family usually eats, regardless of whether the food is considered to be a common food allergen. Using the Béaba Babycook®, you will be able to create meals to suit your child's needs, knowing exactly what is in each dish. If you are concerned about food allergies in your child, or there is a history of allergy in your family, talk this over with your infant's paediatrician before introducing solids.
Use the Beaba Babycook to create a quick and easy potato puree. Potato mash is a versatile dish that can be eaten on its own when initially introducing baby to solids, but also with a variety of vegetables and other dishes. Potatoes are high in vitamin A, C and potassium, and are an energy packed carbohydrate for your baby.
Follow this quick and easy recipe on your Beaba Babycook to create sweet and smooth pear puree with rice porridge, suitable to introduce as a first food for infants from between 4 and 6 months and can then be enjoyed by babies of all ages.
This berry compote is perfect for babies but also doubles as a delicious treat for the rest of the family to enjoy. Try making this compote for baby to serve with natural yoghurt, or mix it into smoothies or ice cream for yourself!
Children begin this next stage of their development between the ages of 4-6 months, when they begin trying something other than milk for the first time. This can be astressful step for parents however it is essential for baby's future development and so must occur with careful planning.