We made this Baby Food Chart so it can be easier for you to figure out which foods are age appropriate when you start introducing solids to your baby. Pin it to your Pinterest profile or you can print it out here!
Please make sure to always consult your baby’s pediatrician before introducing new foods to your baby. It is important that you avoid any suggested foods that may pose an allergy risk for your baby. Please remember that all foods have the potential to be an allergen.
It is worth mentioning that the World Health Organization suggests breast milk or formula as main food up to the age of 1. Until then, you are merely introducing solids and don’t worry if your kid is not so much fond of solid foods and purees. All babies are different and the amounts they eat might surprise you. Always consult your pediatrician if you are worried about feeding solids to your child, the amount they eat and any unusual stuff.
As a mother of a child with peanut allergy, I highly suggest to introduce possible allergen food strictly following your pediatrician advice (nuts, honey, types of berries). It is also smart to do it early in the day and only give small amounts when you decide your kid is ready for them. You don’t need the shock of finding out your kid has a severe peanut allergy on a Saturday evening.
BABY FOOD CHART
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