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    Baby food and "first foods" for toddlers and little kids.
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    My twins are starting to eat soft solid foods and noodles are easy for them to eat. I decided to try making some pasta with some leftover pureed baby food for a more nutritious and egg-free pasta. One 4 oz baby food jar is 1/2 cup. Cooking time is resting time.

    Recipe #260300

    This is a baby food recipe for babies 9 months and up.

    Recipe #134214

    I used to make my own baby food when the kids were younger. This was one of their favourites. Gradually, I added garlic powder, onion powder (as they got older), parsley, herbs, ginger, cayenne, cumin. Soon, they were able to eat all the spicy foods that I cooked. This is a good basic recipe even if you're not trying to introduce new flavours, vegetables , etc. Prep time includes the time to bake the chicken. For younger babies, this may be good for 2-3 serivings. For older ones, it would probably be sufficient for one serving. I have recorded it as one serving in this case.

    Recipe #75911

    Our baby loves apricots... and loves these finger friendly gels. Hope yours does too! Cut into 25 squares or use your favorite cookie cutters to make fun shapes.

    Recipe #63619

    1 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    It's a fun finger food for infants and toddlers that packs a little calcium and vitamin punch. Try vegetarian cream cheese and soy yogurt for the lactose intolerant child or children not yet introduced to milk products. Cook time is approximate chill time. Servings are dependent on size of squares or shapes cut, but we cut the pan into 5 rows and 5 columns, yielding 25 squares.

    Recipe #63593

    A mild flavored, kid-friendly dip. Serve this warm with veggies to dip, or cooked chicken on skewers or bites speared with toothpicks.

    Recipe #158151

    I have not tried this and can not account for its authenticity or appropriateness for infants yet! But it looks good, the original recipe states "Unlike store-bought varieties, this homemade version of "hard tack" crumbles and melts in baby's mouth and is great for teething."

    Recipe #135055

    For dipping veggies in. Try broccoli florets, sugar snap peas, carrots or anything else your kids will eat.

    Recipe #158152

    For beginners. Simple, delicious.

    Recipe #149589

    I got this recipe from my mother-in-law, who says these were my veggie-hating husband's favorite childhood snack. They are a great way to get kids to eat spinach!! Prep time includes chill time. This can be a little salty depending on the butter, cheese and bread crumbs you use, if you are concerned about saltiness use unsalted butter and garlic powder in place of the garlic salt. I have also made these with only 1/2 cup of melted butter (1 stick) and they are just as good but you need to spray the cookie sheet because they will stick.

    Recipe #146371

    This is Rachael Ray's recipe for a great sidedish to use when you're tired of plain old rice (or if you just love orzo, like I do).

    Recipe #61962

    This can be given to toddlers over the age of one year. The servings are for children. It cannot be frozen but can be stored in the fridge for 1-2 days.

    Recipe #52247

    3 Reviews |  By Hadice

    A simple home remedy for your colicky baby. Remember to talk to your doctor before giving this to your little one! Fennel seed can be used in place of dill.

    Recipe #156516

    A quintessential childhood food. This is a copycat recipe of the traditional Zwieback Toast that we grew up on, gave to our own kids, and may even be giving to our grandkids now. My daughter has an allergy to cow's milk, so I substitute the milk for half water and half coconut milk and it works out perfectly!! Note: It takes two days to make these cookies. The first day, you make a raised loaf (just like you do when making yeast bread). The baked loaf sits to cool and set during the night. The next day, the loaf is cut into slices and put in the oven to dry. A lot more work than buying them off the store shelf, but your toddler will love you for it -- I promise!! Time to make DOES NOT include kneading time and raising time - just the time it takes to mix the ingredients together and baking time. This recipe is from kingarthurflour.com.

    Recipe #156724

    I mixed this snack up when my son was teething, when it was cup up into bite size pieces, he would gobble it up and I didn't feel bad because it was fruit.

    Recipe #126588

    6 Reviews |  By Tybooty

    Kind of like a thin rice pudding, served warm. Great for breakfast, or snack, great for using up any leftover rice.

    Recipe #149609

    Easy french to make french toast. lightly sweet. I make this for my 18 month old son. making it in the oven is easier as my son is at that age where he is in to EVERYTHING and in the 4 min it would take to cook it on the stovetop he could wreck my kitchen

    Recipe #150057

    25 Reviews |  By Dib's

    After having three kids, I could have saved a lot of $ making this myself.

    Recipe #11778

    For babies and toddlers. I tried them and they are pretty bland for my tastes but my little kids ate them up so good for them! If making them for older kids definitely add some salt and pepper and seasonings.

    Recipe #151000

    These healthy finger foods are ideal for the toddler expressing independance. I couldn't get my 19 month old daughter to eat anything until I cooked these.

    Recipe #117260

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