Infogram – Healthy Food Suggestions To Wean Your Baby On

This infogram shows some good, healthy ideas for foods to wean your baby on.

All mums want to make sure their children stay healthy.

As a new (or more experienced) mum, you ay want a variety of home made options to offer your little one at the weaning stage.

Looking for Variety in Baby’s meals?

Once it’s time for your baby to move on from milk, what should you give them?

For any mus it can be tricky to ake sure you offer a variety of home-made foods that will help your baby develop a broad range of tastes as they grow.

Here are a few ideas and how to quickly put them together.

For more great ideas, we’ve added some references and other websites for you to use in the box below the infogram.

Infogram – Weaning food Options

Foods to wean your baby on

Oatmeal Porridge

Mashed yams/potatoes/rice/pasta/plantain served with mashed lentils, green peas or beans.

Mashed yams/potatoes/rice/pasta/plantain served with pureed fish, meat or chicken.

Nigerian swallow foods.

Pasta/rice/plantain and pureed fish, meat or chicken with vegetables.

Mashed Avocados or natural peanut butter with tiny bits of bread. Remove the crust and chewy edges of the bread.

Semolina/cornmeal porridge served with infant formula and soft fruits.

Mashed potatoes/yams and scrambled eggs/cooked eggs.

Pureed potatoes and vegetables.

Apple and couscous porridge

Porridge made with previously milled ingredients/Pap.

Yoghurt Meals

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