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    Posted: 17 April 2011 at 9:19pm
As requested here is a place to give each other some ideas on what to feed our wee ones.

Post your recipes and food ideas for your 8 - 12 months old babies here



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Lucky apple Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 April 2011 at 6:13pm
I'll get us started....hopefully more people will post here as this is a great idea!!

I've been making these pork muffins for my dd - she loves them. I make them in mini muffin tins and sometimes substitute the carrot for apple, or use both. I freeze them and then they are a quick easy "meat main" to defrost and add to some steamed veggies for her dinner.
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These sound great Sally. I have a mini muffin tin so will try them that size for my DD.

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ooh I might have to give those a go as well
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Potato fish cakes always went down a treat. I would stir a can of tuna/salmon through the leftover mashed spud from dinner with some peas and coat in breadcrumbs. These freeze well and are easy to cook in a dry non-stick pan when needed. Obviously could be done with kumara as well.
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Bread cases filled with a mixture of mince and veges (I used mix veges), topped with grilled cheese, these also freeze well
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*bumpity bump* Any more ideas for finger foods for 9 month old babies?

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I've recently been making jelly for my 10 mo old with juice, water and gelatine. I have also made it creamy by adding formula. I also chop up some soft fruit into little pieces and add that. She loves it!

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Breast Milk and/or Formula are THE MOST IMPORTANT sources of nutrition for your infant up to 12 months old. Do NOT replace a nursing or bottle-feeding with a solid food meal and do not feed the solids first until your pediatrician indicates this is right for your baby.Anyways ¼ cup of oatmeal with a wee bit of banana mashed in with a small drizzle of yogurt
a light Recipe for babies.
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