Nutrient dense baby and toddler recipes that you and your little ones will love.
Once you purchase, you'll receive your recipe book along with a welcome note from one mama (me) to another (you), with what I've learned feeding Sophie over the last year. There's nothing like real-life experience feeding a little one!
You'll also receive guidance on six of the most important nutrients and food groups for your little one, along with examples of foods that are high in these nutrients and simple ways to incorporate them in more of your meals.
Most importantly, you'll get nutrient-dense, quick and easy breakfast, snack, lunch and dinner recipes for your little ones that you both will LOVE.
“My son absolutely loves the recipes. I love that he’s eating his vegetables and that I have new ideas of what to feed him.”
"Overall, I feel great eating this meal plan. It's less processed food, less dairy, less carbs, and more protein than I used to eat and I feel really good."
The recipes are gluten-free, cow’s dairy-free (one contains ghee but can be substituted for coconut oil), egg-free, sugar-free, and DELICIOUS! I've also intentionally chosen simple recipes so you're not in the kitchen all night long preparing food!
If your child is eating solids, this book is for them. This book focuses more on chewable foods, not purées, so keep that in mind depending where you are at in your food introduction.
There are six recipes that call for almonds or almond flour. All but one of these can be substituted with seeds or seed flour, so you can still make and enjoy the recipe.
It can take up to 14 exposures to a new food for a child to like it (Sophie has had her picky phases too). We know that the more variety of foods a child is exposed to, the better an eater they will be long term. I recommend making these recipes and offering them to your child, even if they are picky. You'll likely find some winners that your little one loves!
YES! Both my husband and I eat all of the recipes in this book. Cooking dinner is way simpler when your child eats (mostly) what you eat!
Yes! There are only a few recipes in the book that are not already plant-based.