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    Mama's recipes for New Mama's

    I could not resist showing off my grand baby McKayla. Yes that is me holding her on this cover! I tell you what.. This Mama loves her some babies! I could lose myself in that soft, clean scent, the precious little smiles, giggles, sighs awwwwwww! Mama also knows how much work those lil' devils are! So here is a book for all you other Mama's (and grandmama's) I hope these tips and recipes help you with those new little bundles of joy- don't worry - there is stuff in here for the not so new bundles too!
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    Recipe #351997

    5 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    I am so doing the happy dance today! I found my Grandma's original recipe card for these teething cookies. All natural ingredients and so much better for the little ones than the store bought kind.

    Recipe #266526

    Easy inexpensive one.

    Recipe #35077

    This recipe is great for mothers who are breastfeeding. It helps to keep your milk supply up or increase your milk supply. Use more brewers yeast and oatmeal if you are wanting to increase your milk supply. You can use more chocolate chips if you like or any kind of chips.

    Recipe #192346

    My pediatrician gave this to my Mom at least '30-something' years ago. It is supposed to help reduce high fevers, vomiting and settle upset tummies. Gingerale still reminds me of being sick and stuck in bed all day with my comic books.

    Recipe #87266

    This is straight out of the laundry room of DH's grandmother; it works too! I've also entered this under the "kid friendly" category because there was no "parent friendly" category to choose from! This spray concoction has been a godsend when getting stains out of my toddlers clothes.

    Recipe #68119

    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

    My baby son will eat ANYTHING with this blueberry cream on top. From 4 months.

    Recipe #97836

    Daniel was never keen on baby cereal or other pureed foods. I found this recipe when I was searching for ways to incorporate baby cereal and other iron-rich foods into a finger-food diet for him. They are wonderful! Daniel has one or two each morning for breakfast. To mix things up, I sometimes add a banana or a handful of raisins to the mix. These freeze well, so if you end up with too many cookies, just pop them in a freezer bag and save for later! (I found the recipe at www.simcoehealth.org.)

    Recipe #104405

    I found this on another website and my son loves these. A great way to get infant cereal into babies who don't like to eat it normally. For babies 9 mo and up.

    Recipe #106378

    This makes 1 baby serving. It will keep in the fridge for 1-2 days, if you plan on keeping it longer, freeze it. Prep/cook time does not reflect cooking the vegetables prior.

    Recipe #118822

    I found the cake recipe in a Taste Of Home Magazine, and just kind of tweaked it for my tastes.

    Recipe #122378

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

    Recipe #133731

    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

    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

    I am submitting this as a recipe assuming you have made yogurt, have a yogurt maker or: there are several recipes here at 'Zaar describing "how to make" Yogurt. This makes a mild, smooth vanilla yogurt great plain, with fruit, cereals or grains. (time does not include chilling time)

    Recipe #58661

    My kiddos love those drinkable yogurts. Why pay for those expensive little bottles?

    Recipe #41492

    Save yourself heaps of money and make your own baby cereal. The same principle can be used for a host of grains and even lentils...

    Recipe #50401

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