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Mandy Kloppers

A Handy Cookbook For Your Baby

Feeding babies can be a difficult job. Not just in the literal sense, but from a nutritional point of view as well. The moment they reach the weaning stage, suddenly, all you could think of is what you can and cannot feed them. Also, let’s not forget that this is initially the stage where kids start getting picky about food. So, you not only need to care about the healthy stuff, but also the tasty stuff. There are many authors and chefs out there in the world who have got your back in such cases. Today, we have a list of cookbooks for an easy and tasty solution for both you and your child.  

201 Organic Baby Purees 

The first, best, and simplest food to opt for in the weaning age is a puree. They are easy to make and digest, and are loaded with nutrients and health benefits. Therefore, when you get a jumbo book such as the 201 Organic Baby Purees, with its vast array of puree recipes, meals ought to get interesting for both yourself and your kids. This book focuses on promoting making homemade baby food recipes to boost the immune systems and overall healthy growth.  

 

The book teaches you how to prepare a homemade, well-blended, and well-balanced meal for your babies in the easiest way possible. A must-have for the mothers out there who focus on giving their kids the best and the most natural.  

Ella’s Kitchen: The First Foods Book 

Coming from the fastest-growing brand of baby food in the UK of the same name (Ella’s Kitchen), this book records the complete weaning journey from 6 months up to a year. The company is the brainchild of Paul Lindley from the time when he was the deputy MD of Nickelodeon. His experiences with his baby daughter, Ella, was what kick-started the idea behind the company.  

 

Coming directly from a working parent, Ella’s Kitchen: The First Foods Book understands the conditions of the working family and thus provides easy yet extremely nutritional recipes. Consisting of about 130 recipes with colorful visuals, advice, and meal planners, Ella’s Kitchen: The First Foods Book is an excellent place for you to start from. 

Sage Spoonfuls Book 

This book here has a couple of accolades to its name, including the Mom’s Best Literary Gold Award and Silver Medal Independent Publishers Award. And rightfully so as it provides around 100 delicious, simple, yet nutritional baby food recipes for your kid. Best yet, the book is divided into parts according to the various stages that the babies reach as they grow. Thus, making it easier for the parent to understand what to make and at what age.  

 

The best part of the book and the reason why we have included it on this list is because of its various additional information such as relative food advice, information about nutrients, food allergies, emergency medical maneuvers, and so on. Created by Liza Huber, Sage Spoonfuls Book is one of the few all-rounder cookbooks for you out there.  

Real Baby Food 

Nothing beats all-natural and completely homemade food. Real Baby Food focuses on just that and does so creatively for working parents. This book helps you with building a good taste palette for your child, with over 100 recipes. Real Baby Food also walks you through the primary stages of introducing your kids to solid food, instructions for food allergy detection, and, best of all, how to cook in bulk.  

 

All in all, Real Baby Food is a mighty book that you can follow to give your kids the best, natural, unprocessed, and yet healthy and delicious meals during their weaning period.  

 

With this list of cookbooks for baby food, you are ready for anything that is thrown your way. If you are confused between which books to go with, you can check this guide for the best baby cookbooks and decide on which suits your needs the best. With that said, happy parenting! 

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