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    Baby Rattle Cupcakes Recipe from Happy Cookies. This was on the local morning news. It was too cute. Perfect for that baby shower you're about to go to. Prep time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #305443

    The surprise is a chocolate egg baked inside the cupcake! Yum! These cupcakes are so pretty, especially when you ice them with pastel colors for Easter or Spring. I got this from an old Woman's World magazine.

    Recipe #86865

    Source: Better Homes & Garden website. Perfect cupcakes for your baby's first birthday party!!! Cooking time includes 1 hour for cupcakes to cool.

    Recipe #230041

    59 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Tip for oatmeal: make it in the crock pot overnight! It comes out very creamy from the slow cooking, and I love being able to get up and have that hot steamy bowl right away without having to do anything at all. You do have to clean up the crock pot, but you can make a large quantity and refrigerate the leftovers to be heated in the microwave for the next several days. I use two cups of oatmeal at a time, which is enough for four breakfasts (for me, anyway; probably more for people who don't have huge bowls like I do).

    Recipe #38584

    52 Reviews |  By Geema

    You will have a hard time believing that this frozen treat is not really ice cream, but is a good-for-you all fruit dessert. I serve this to the kids in the family and they love to build their own sundaes. It melt fast, so serve it right away or stick it in the freezer.

    Recipe #55255

    This is a basic pureed meat recipe. Use your doctors advice on when to start meats.

    Recipe #133781

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

    Recipe #134214

    For babies 6-9 months.

    Recipe #134062

    4 mo and up This one of the first fruits your can give your baby.

    Recipe #133731

    This recipe is an excellent subsitute for store bought brands of graham crackers. Also useful to those who don't have a local source for a boxed graham cracker.

    Recipe #9125

    24 Reviews |  By Kishka

    Inspired by the classic (and kid-friendly) combo of apples & turkey, I concocted these tonight for my 9 month old and liked them so much I might end up eating them myself! Perfect for older babies and toddlers (serve with a fun dipping sauce), these make cute little "fingers" in perfect take-one-out-of-the-freezer-at-a-time portions. I used half an egg (if your child is over 12 mos. you can use more - I limited the egg white for infants) and unprocessed bran (for a nutritional boost) for binding. Enjoy, babies and grown-ups alike!

    Recipe #145212

    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

    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

    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

    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

    This may sound weird, but I love baby food, only certain types though, the yoghurts and fruit purees, and you know they have no rubbish so can eat them without the guilt, this is my favourite baby food. If you want to make more for storage, just add more apples and use required water. it also works great as an applesauce for pork if you don't puree it

    Recipe #180136

    An easy breakfast for a baby 8 months and older.

    Recipe #52539

    Great for a baby shower or a first birthday! This recipe can be made in half just be sure to use a smaller pan or use a shell pan and watch the cooking time. I made for a shower so I wanted a large cake to feed many. You are welcome to use any ice cream flavor. If you like your frosting you may want to make extra. Think ahead of color scheme and where you want to place which colors. You can simply this recipe by just using a box mix according to it's directions and skip the glazes. I used these glazes to enhance the ice cream flavor.

    Recipe #179955

    For babies 6 months and up

    Recipe #134222

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