Popsicles, ice pops, or freeze pops can be a fun way to help a child cool down after some fun in the sun, but are popsicles safe for infants? Let’s dig in. Can babies have popsicles? While there is no research to say when babies can have popsicles, there are a few things to… Read More »
Perfect for those who want to make breakfasts in advance or to batch-cook, this granola recipe is perfect to ensure your child is getting enough allergen exposure and will delight even the pickiest of eaters. Just starting solid food? Be sure to check out our Starting Solids bundle for more recipes and how to guides.… Read More »
This is a great dish to make the day after Thanksgiving when you’ve got turkey bones and leftover turkey meat on hand—and a handful of guests or mouths to feed the next day.
We are delighted to share three of our own cake recipes that the whole family can enjoy… dairy-free, egg-free, and full of yummy goodness! Embrace baby’s leap into toddlerhood (and lay the groundwork for preventing picky eating before it starts) with our Toddlers at the Table Bundle. These recipes are perfect for those with dairy… Read More »
This recipe was devised out of necessity: our toddler had all but stopped eating and if it wasn’t sweet, he wasn’t going to eat it. He wouldn’t eat fresh strawberries (or any fresh fruit for that matter) so I devised this granola recipe with dehydrated strawberries, which have a dense, sweet flavor. This recipe relies… Read More »
Berry Buttermilk Pancakes If your baby is just starting solids, get more recipe ideas from our Meal & Recipes Kit and guides. 2 cups all purpose flour (or flour alternative) 1 teaspoon baking soda ½ teaspoon salt (optional) 2 ¼ cups buttermilk 3 eggs, beaten ¼ cup unsalted butter, melted blueberries or strawberries heavy cream… Read More »