2. Any and all vegetables are a great place to start as well. Some vegetables do not have the best taste to babies so it is important to find ones that taste yummy and potentially mix and match if you are creating your our puree or baby food. Vegetables are a necessity though, do not disregard them if your child does not care for them. If you are weaning them off of breast milk or formula, then it is essential that you have vegetables in your diet.
3. Giving your child protein is an important piece of weaning them off of breast milk and formula where they are receiving all of their protein. A good age to start meats is 7 months and over. You can make it into a mixture with sweet potatoes or regular potatoes to add to it. If you are using the Baby Led Weaning method, I would suggest slow cooker or crock pot to cook the meats like chicken or turkey.
4. Introducing plain whole milk yogurt to your child is great around the age of 9 months. They can be eaten in puree form or even in an ice pop frozen. They also have yogurt bites that your child can eat as well.
5. A great snack for your child that is full of healthy fats. It has a mild taste and can be mixed with breast milk or formula to help weaning. It can also be made into a puree to be eaten.
Always check with your doctor prior to beginning weaning just to make sure it is the right time for your child. When searching for these foods, find the organic fruits and vegetables if you are making your own puree baby food, it is a the healthier choice for your child.
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