It’s exciting when your child starts eating solid foods; that first foray into real meals opens up a world of culinary possibilities.
Norrie loves oven baked sweet potato fries, dusted with cinnamon; ensure they don’t bake so long that they develop hard, crispy ends.
Soft polenta sticks are easy for little hands to grab and chew (they may have as much fun squishing them as they do eating them!)
Breasts and bottles and babies, oh my! When it comes to feeding, what’s a mom to do?
I read recently that Health Canada has changed its recommendations for baby’s first food from rice cereal to meats and meat alternatives. Why is that?
A good, basic banana bread recipe is indispensable when you have little ones in the house.
Long, hard biscotti are perfect for little hands to grab and nibble.
Oat flour, which is low in gluten, produces a soft, almost chalky cookie.
We are feeding our baby “on demand”. Sometimes she just doesn’t seem that hungry. Is there a certain amount that babies HAVE to eat to be healthy and stay hydrated?