Make sure baby gets a healthy dose of omega 3s! There's no better way to do it than with salmon. Fish can be hard with babies sometimes, but this lemon dill salmon puree is light and tasty.
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Greek yogurt has two to three times the amount of protein and less sugar than regular yogurt---it's a great thing to keep in the refrigerator at all times.
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Loaded with eggs and healthy asparagus, this recipe is one that my entire family loves just as much as my toddler. Remember to consult your pediatrician before introducing organic eggs into your baby's diet.
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The bananas in this easy to drink smoothie give baby a sustained energy boost.
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Sugar-free jam is apparently on the GMO hit-list, so I like to make my own. Chia seeds are packed with 10g of fiber and nearly 5g of protein per ounce, making them a world-class superfood on their own.
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Bone health is key as babies develop rapidly, and broccoli stands out as the most concentrated source of vitamin C and contains high levels of calcium and vitamin K, both of which are important for growing babies.
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Avocados are the superfood that is a staple around our household; it's perhaps one of the most nutrient dense and filling fruits. Avocado pasta is a delicious way to mimic Alfredo pasta without all the animal fat.
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Lentils are high in protein and other essential nutrients, including folate, iron, potassium, and a slew of antioxidants. Even better, they keep in the pantry indefinitely and are super simple to cook up.
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Naturally sweet with a smooth creamy texture when pureed, root veggies are an easy first food for babies.
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My kids love to dip crackers, chips, and veggies into this tasty dip.
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This no-fuss recipe delivers high levels of protein and fiber and is perfect for fall months when pumpkin is plentiful!
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Quinoa is a complete protein, containing all nine essential amino acids. This recipe is especially great if your family doesn't eat a lot of meat.
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