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  • Baby Food: Selection of fruit and vegetable purees.
  • Baby Food Fact Sheets: Fact sheet from Ohio State University Extension, discussing feeding children up to age 3.
  • Baby Food Recipes: Information to get you started cooking food for your baby. Easy and interesting recipes.
  • Baby Food Recipes from RecipeSource.com: Recipes for various kinds of purees, main dishes, and egg recipes, plus one for Zwieback crackers.
  • Baby Food: Nutritional Content: Article offering information provided by the International Food Information Council Foundation (IFIC), about the contents of baby food.
  • Baby Foods: A collaboration with the Homecooking Guide to discuss pesticides, labeling, starting solids, recipes and preparation for homemade baby food.
  • Baby Recipes: Recipes for young children: baby food, smoothies, breakfast, lunch and dinner, teething crackers and cookies, snacks and treats.
  • Baby Recipes from Recipe Goldmine: Recipes, baby food tips, safety guidelines.
  • Baby's First Vegetables: This recipe is suitable from 4 months.
  • BabyBag's Recipes: Collection of recipes mostly appropriate for toddler-aged children, including one teething biscuit recipe.
  • Babyfood Club: Email `group` for those interested in making homemade baby food.
  • Babyfood Recipes: Includes Indian cereal and rice preparations. Also provides information on breastfeeding and bottle feeding, vitamin deficiency, and feeding the fussy child.
  • BrightonBaby's Recipes: Selection of recipes for babies and toddlers.
  • Canadian Parents Online: Includes Peas and Pears, Fruity Arrowroot Cookies, and Bread Crumb Pudding.
  • Earth's Best Feeding Schedule: Printable schedule to help you with the introduction of new and different foods. Presented by Earth's Best Baby Food.
  • Foods For Children: Email `group` for those interested in making nutritious and healthy food for their children. Recipes for children from 4 months to 5 years and over.
  • Home Made Baby Foods: Includes checklist for starting solids, tips for safe babyfood preparation and basic babyfood recipes. (Adapted and reprinted with permission of the WIC Supplemental Food Program, Columbia/Boone County Columbia, Missouri.)
  • Home-made Baby Meals: Home-made baby recipes for baby's aged 4 months onwards, with tips on freezing foods and weaning your baby. Includes how to puree and make baby stocks.
  • Homemade Baby Food: Recipes and article discussing equipment and safety issues in making baby food (four page article).
  • Homemade Baby Food: Tips for making your own baby food from scratch including tools, food and combination suggestions.
  • Homemade Baby Food Recipes: Rolled oats and bananas, cereal a la mode, cooked fruit puree, instant fruit butter and steamed vegetables.
  • KidTreats: Email `group` focusing on fun food for children. Many treats and interesting meal presentations.
  • Making Baby Food: Guidelines for making baby food and introducing them to the baby at the right age. Includes a few sample recipes. An article written in 1995, from the Food Science and Human Nutrition Dept., Iowa State University Extension.
  • Making Baby Food with Wholesome Goodness and Love: Tips for making your own baby food from scratch - baby food recipes, tools, food prep and combination suggestions.
  • Maya Rafei: Baby Food: A selection of recipes from infancy to 12 months.
  • Parents Place: Introducing Solid Foods: Articles about introducing solids at the right time and what to do if you've started a bit late.
  • Paula Burch's Baby Food Cookbook: Recipes and tips on introducing solid foods to babies.
  • Preparing Baby Food: Safety rules to follow when preparing food for baby, and recipes.
  • Recipes for Kids: Food for babies and toddlers.
  • Sample Recipes from the Super Baby Food Book: A few useful sample recipes from the site selling the book.
  • Thanksgiving Recipes for Baby: Menu and recipes for children 6 months and up.
  • The Baby and Parent Center Homemade Baby Food: Information on making homemade babyfood and freebies for mothers and babies.
  • Veggies Unite Recipe: Single but unique baby recipe from this vegetarian/vegan website. Uses spinach, potatoes, and garlic.
  • Wholesome Baby Foods from Scratch: Detailed guidelines on cooking methods, serving and storage, what to serve, and vegetarian recipes.

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