Have you ever tried jarred baby food? It’s not always as tasty as one would think. It’s also less fresh than the food you prepare at home and some argue that it’s less nutritious as well. Now, you may have heard that first baby foods are very limited but that just isn’t so. Even actress, Tori Spelling, has said, “People are probably like, ‘Tori Spelling doesn’t do that. She probably has someone that cooks for her. No, actually I don’t… And I actually make my own baby food!” Though we may not agree with everything else this Hollywood mom does and says, we’re with her on this one.
We’re encouraging you to kick your baby food up a notch today with these 10 grown up first baby foods your little one can handle. As always, talk to your pediatrician before introducing solid foods.
1. Pureed Mango (6-8 months)
When it comes to introducing food to your baby, why not start the day with a refreshing mango smoothie for yourself? While you’re at it, you can make some fresh pureed mango for your little one. Instant success, we promise.
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