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Best Foods Ideas for 1 Year Old Babies

Food Ideas for 1-Year-Old Babies. At 12 months your baby is ready for toddlerhood and it method her body can take care of a variety of variety and maximum of adult food so long as it’s far cooked properly. so read this article carefully and get the right information about your baby food chart.

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  • Babies may require 20-32 oz of breast milk/milk at around a year. so remember that to confine the drain allow with the goal that child has enough space to eat solids.
  • After 12 months or a year,  you may start to give the bottle milk to the baby.
  • Offer Much variety of foods to baby. but don’t worry if he is not finish everything
  • Cut food into small pieces so that they can chew it easily.

What foods do I offer my child to eat?

Fruits and vegetables

  1. Peaches
  2. Watermelon
  3. Plum
  4. Mango
  5. Banana
  6. Avocado
  7. Potato
  8. Sweet Potato
  9. Mashed Potato
  10. Pureed Soups (i.e. tomato, butternut squash)

    Grain Products

      1. Wheat
      2. Rice
      3. Oats
      4. cornmeal
      5. Bread
      6. pasta
      7. grits

What foods do I offer my child to Drink?

  1. Water is the best Beverage. when your baby is thirsty. Offer him/her water in between meals and snacks.
  2. You can continue to offer your child breast milk until they are 2 years old or longer.
  3. You can also offer him/her bottle milk like cow milk.
  4. Children do not need juice or sugary drinks such as pop, sports drinks, fruit beverages, and fruit-flavored drinks made from powders or crystals. If you offer juice, give your child no more than 125 mL (1/2 cup) of 100% fruit juice per day.

Some of the food recipes for 1-year-old baby

  • Whole wheat pancake and waffle mix

      1. Add the egg, buttermilk, and oil in a large bowl.
      2. Add in the pancake mix until just combined.
      3. Heat a large pan or griddle over medium heat and grease with butter or oil.
      4. Pour about 1 Tbl. of the pancake mixture onto the griddle, making as many pancakes as will fit and cook for 2 minutes.
      5. Flip the pancakes and cook for 1 minute longer and serve
  • Mashed Potato Cakes

      1. Place mashed potatoes, cheese, egg, and 3 Tbl. flour in a bowl and stir to combine.
      2. Take a scoop of the potato mixture and form into patties.*
      3. Place the remaining 4 Tbl. of flour on a plate.
      4. Lightly coat the potato patties in the flour.
      5. Heat a thin layer of the oil or butter in a large saute pan over medium heat.
      6. Cook the potato cakes for 3 minutes on each side for a total of 6 minutes.
      7. Serve as is or with accompaniments.
  • French Toast Sticks

      1. In a shallow bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, cinnamon, honey, and salt until combined.
      2. Dip each breadstick in the egg mixture until each side is coated with the mixture.
      3. Heat a saute pan or griddle over medium heat with 1 Tbl. of butter and cook for 3 minutes on each side until golden and cooked through.
      4. Serve with honey or maple syrup.
  • Banana Bites

      1. Cut the bananas into ½ inch slices (I like to make slices on a diagonal bias so they’re a little bit longer than circles).
      2. One at a time, dip the banana slices into the batter, coating all over, shaking off the excess batter into the bowl and place on a buttered griddle or skillet over medium heat.
      3. Cook for 1 minute on each side or until golden.
      4. Serve with desired accompaniments.

What if my child has food allergies?

If you have questions or concerns about food allergies, talk to your child’s doctor, pediatrician, a registered dietitian, or a public health nurse.

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