Dinner Ideas For 10 Month Old

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babyboy46 - January 25

ds is almost 10 months. What are some good dinnertime meals for him?He eats the baby food jars for lunch but come dinnertime he does not want them. He wants some real food. Any suggestions?

 

Kara H. - January 25

My ped want her LO's to be strictly eating table food by 9-12 months. So when you have meals that aren't spicy - like roast with potatoes and carrots, chicken and noodles, baked chicken with rice... anything like that - take the left overs and throw them in a food processor with a little water or formula until they are a good consistancy (probably a little chunky for his age) and freeze portions of it in ice cube trays then transfer to a freezer bag for storage. Microwave as needed. Also he could be ready to eat soft overcooked pasta on his own. If you can mash it between your fingers, he can eat it. You may need to cut back the salt a bit in your cooking, but that is better for the whole family anyway. Plus processing table food is MUCH cheaper than babyfood.

 

Rabbits07 - January 25

Veggies cut in cubes and steamed or boiled....sweet potato, regular potatoes, carrots, etc. You can give very tender meat cuts cut into very fine pieces at that age as well. Well cooked rice or pasta such as orzo would be a good choice too, as well as cubed soft cheeses (make sure they are pasteurized). there are many, many choices.

 

ash2 - January 25

We just went grocery shopping for our 8 month old because he doesnt really eat that stuff anymore either. I got some canned vegetables and some jar deserts ( he still eats those ) .

 

Bonnie - January 25

wholesomebabyfood.com ........... check the age range ;)

 

ashtynsmom - January 26

LOL!! Bonnie- they should pay your for your advertising!!

 

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