Moms are talking about: Baby Food Snacks
It’s not unusual for a baby to eat only one major meal a day, with the rest of his food coming from snacking. Snacks are necessary in a baby’s diet and should consist of smaller portions of the same healthy foods that are part of larger meals. A baby may not begin eating three baby-sized meals until he is 10 months old, although he may start as early as 4 months.
When Should Snacks Be Offered to Your Super Baby During the Day?
Snacks should be offered at scheduled, predictable times every day and not at random. Snacks should be eaten in the feeding area, as main meals are, because they ARE meals.
Read more about Super Snacks at the Super Baby Food Blog.
The following are some example of Super Baby Food Snacks:
- SOFT pieces of wedges of ripe peeled and cored fruit
- SOFT pieces of cooked, diced vegetables
- Oatios or another brand of health store equivalent of Cheerios
- Small lumps of cottage cheese
- well-cooked pasta pieces
- cooked brown rice or other grains
For a complete list of Super Baby Snacks as well as recipes for Toddler Hors d’oeuvres, check out Super Baby Food!