Baby Food has always been a confusing subject. Specially since our traditional food is at times so different from what is medically recommended. Moreover, each baby is different and none of them are able to talk about what they really want. That’s what makes this topic a challenging one. Mothers have to just observe their babies while they eat and figure out a way to make nutritious food which is also eaten eventually.
When I announced the event My Baby’s Favourite Food I wanted to know from moms what their kids liked as babies. I am really happy to have received these recipes from blogger friends. I want to thank you all for taking out your time and sharing your recipes with us. I am sure they will provide ideas to moms of li’l babies who might be having a hard time feeding food.
Now for the giveaway, my eBook 60 Great Recipes for your baby, which was announced for 3 lucky winners. Well, it turns out I could not choose 3 people as all the recipes were so good. I will hence be giving a copy of my book to all the participants. You will soon receive a mail with a link to the eBook which is currently being sold on amazon. Hope its useful to you and other moms in your circle.
More than the kids, this dish is dedicated to the mothers….it is simple, easy & won’t take much of your time.
My kids generally love dosa, adding cheese to the regular dosa’s makes them to eat faster and quicker . This is their all time favorite foodright from age 1 .
This is a healthy and a quick snack for my kids which i make quite often.
Plain Upma—loved and liked by my baby arnav since 1 and 1/2 years old..I share special memories with this…so even though too simple and common…nothing as such special in dish…I deceided to send it to this event…also lovely theme…which revoked my sweet memories…Thanks dear Roma for this….I just tried this recipe on my baby who simply swallows things till now without chewing…upma can be easily swallowed so I think he loves it…Once while I was eating upma…I gave him small bite from my dish and to the surprise he enjoyed it …so decided to make one for him by altering few ingredients…
This payasam is my daughter’s favorite sweet from her childhood. Also my favorite when i was in my childhood.
My baby doesn’t eat rice very easily. She either wants to have it with dal or just plain. I found pudina rice as a nutritive alternative as it contains a chutney-like paste in which the rice is simmered. I am happy that the baby likes it too.