Author: Gardner, Tamika L
Brand: Adams Media Corporation
Number Of Pages: 256
Release Date: 29-04-2021
Details: Product Description
Baby food finally goes plant-based in this cookbook featuring 300 easy, delicious recipes that any parent can make to ensure their babies and toddlers get all the nutrients they need…without any of the ingredients they don’t.
Every parent wants to make sure their baby is eating the freshest, healthiest food possible, whether their baby is eating mashes and purees or simple finger foods.
The Big Book of Plant-Based Baby Food makes preparing baby food easier than ever with these 300 simple, plant-forward recipes that give your children the nutrients they need, all while being delicious to eat!
Focused entirely on whole, natural foods from plant-based sources, this book includes recipes like:
-Basic baby-approved purees that feature a wide range of fruits and veggies, from the simplest applesauce to a tasty garden vegetable and lentil mash
-Functional snacks like teething biscuits for babies to chew or homemade puffed treats that toddlers will love to pick up for improved motor skills
-And finger foods that sound so delicious you’ll want to try them yourself, like sweet potato fries, strawberry raspberry muffins, and whole wheat mac ‘n’ cheese
These easy, appetizing recipes will ensure that your kids are getting all the nutrients they need with ingredients you love!
“Tamika L. Gardner wants your little one to eat well. And with the 300 recipes from The Big Book of Plant-Based Baby Food, there’s something for every fussy eater.”
“If you have ever wanted to make your babies food from scratch but were stumped for ideas, this should be added to your cookbook roster.”
Johnna Knows Good Food
“Makes preparing homemade baby food easier than ever!”
About the Author
Tamika L. Gardner began crafting homemade baby food as a new mother of two seeking to provide fresh meals beyond what any jar on the shelf could offer. As a thrifty mom who exclusively breastfed both children, purchasing pre-packaged food seemed to go against the grain of natural feeding. Therefore, she relied on advice from pediatricians and old-school mamas to make baby purees from whole ingredients. Her organic recipes have been featured on
News and Observer,
, The Stir, and
Dot Coms for Moms. Her mission is to encourage parents to nurture healthy children through fresh, whole foods from farm to table.