- From basic fruit and vegetable purees to more diverse combinations of flavors and textures, a full range of foods is covered.
- All recipes and ingredients were reviewed by a registered pediatric nutrition specialist using the most up-to-date guidelines set forth by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
- Most recipes include instructions for making meals in advance and properly freezing and storing them so you’ll always be prepared with just the right thing for your child.
About the Author
Beverly Glock is a regular food writer for parenting Web sites and magazines. She launched Splat Cooking Parties in 2001 and now has a team of party organizers, cooks, and chefs offering cooking parties, workshops, and after-school cooking clubs around England.
About the Consulting Nutritionist
Bailey Koch is a registered and licensed dietitian, certified in Pediatric Nutrition as well as Nutrition Support. Bailey has experience with multiple facets of pediatric nutrition, including working with Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care Units. Bailey is president of Atlanta Pediatric Nutrition, Inc.
ONE OF THE GREAT RECIPES IN THE BOOK.
I MADE THIS FOR MEME AND SHE LOVED IT.
ANOTHER GREAT RECIPE.
I WILL BEMAKING THIS FOR MY GIRLS SOON. IT SOUNDS SO YUMMY.
I LOVE TO COOK HOMEMADE MEALS FOR MY FAMILY.ME'ANA HAS ALWAYS BEEN A PICKY EATER. I WAS SO SURPRISED WHEN I MADE A FEW OF THE MANY RECIPES FOR HER TO TRY.SHE ACTUALLY ATE ALL OF THE FOOD I PUT ON HER PLATE AND ASKED FOR MORE.I LOVE THIS COOK BOOK. THERE ARE ALOT OF GREAT AND YUMMY RECIPES IN THIS BOOK. YOU CAN FIND THE 500 BABY AND TODDLER DISHES RIGHT HERE.
DISCLAIMER:I DID RECIEVE A SAMPLE OF THE BOOK. I WASNT CONPENSATED IN ANY OTHER WAY FOR THIS REVIEW. THESE AREALL MY OWN OPINIONS