Food for babies

Lots of Baby Mealtimes Subscribers ask about which stock to choose for their baby. Here's a quick summary of the key things you need to know. Question: Which stock to choose for your baby? Answer: Recommendations: Campbell's...

Do you have questions about preparing your first puree? Here’s your starter guide to getting your puree to the perfect texture. [vc_video link='https://vimeo.com/340839672/0d235be7e4'] If you have any questions, pop over to the Facebook group and ask there. Dr Kyla...

Do I offer their favourite food all the time because I know they'll eat them? This is a common source of confusion for parents. In summary- I suggest main meals that include fruit, veg, protein and grains....

A question on our private Facebook this week from a Mum whose GP told her to feed her baby less. This baby was 10 months old and weighed 10kg. So, can you overfeed a baby when...

Next up in my "how to choose" video series is custard. Lots of requests for this! Baby custard is something that has graced the baby food aisle for years. It probably one of the first packaged...

Everyone is scared of their baby choking. I get it, I’m scared about my baby choking too. But being scared with a game plan is so much more helpful than being scared and avoiding finger...

How do you choose a yoghurt for your baby? And what about if you don't have the brand I use in your local supermarket? Well, here's my top tips (10 min video) about how to choose a...

Do babies need snacks? When your baby is 9 months or less, you really don’t need to be including snacks as well as main meals and milk feeds. Between 10-12 months you can start to introduce a regular snack, but usually this will take the place of a day milk feed. Milk is still really important in that first year, so you don’t need to rush this transition.