Idiot's Guides by Kimberly Aime
Homemade Baby & Toddler Food

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Synopsis

Store-bought baby food is expensive and can contain artificial ingredients you don't want your baby to consume. And as a baby grows to be a toddler, it can be difficult to find nutritious and easy-to-fix foods that they will eat. Idiot's Guides: Homemade Baby & Toddler Food comes to the rescue with the solution to feeding dilemmas for parents of babies and toddlers from 6 to 24 months:

   • 100 recipes for appealing baby and toddler cuisine, from purees to finger foods to table foods even the pickiest toddlers will eat.
   • More than 100 full-color photos of finished dishes, preparation steps, and more.
   • Nutrition and development information, plus meal plans for five different stages from a registered dietitian.
   • Advice for encouraging picky eaters to try new things. Illustrated how-to steps for frequently used techniques.
   • Information on baby-led weaning, food allergies, and other high-interest topics.
 

About Kimberly Aime

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Kimberly Aime is a food writer, blogger, and cooking instructor who specializes in healthy cooking with an emphasis on whole foods, clean eating, and local ingredients. Because of her own dairy intolerance and her husband's sensitivity to gluten, she is adept at adapting recipes for various food allergies. She teaches cooking classes on clean eating, seasonal cooking, and allergy-friendly fare. She also teaches online courses for the UW-Madison extension program on social media marketing and blogging for writers. You can find her recipes, book reviews, and local chef interviews on her blog, Badger Girl Learns to Cook. She is currently working on a cookbook with Lombardino's restaurant, a Madison, Wisconsin, institution.
 
Published November 3, 2015 by Alpha. 192 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Cooking. Non-fiction
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