Here at Mummy Cooks we have put together a go to guide of recipes and advice for your weaning baby. Take a look at our Weaning Recipes for 4-6 Months.
From six months it is important to move on with texture and offer finger food to your baby. Your baby is more accepting of new foods at this time and offering variety at this stage will ensure your baby will go through the weaning stages with ease.
Moving on: 6 months – 9 months
From 6 - 9 months, your baby will be getting used to the weaning process so you will gradually increase your baby's portion size.
6-9 months is an important time during your baby's weaning journey as they are now able to explore different varieties and textures of food.
6 - 7 months
7 - 8 months
3 meals a day
Serving size: 7-8 Month Weaning Pot
Texture: Thicker purée with increased texture.
Increase the variety of finger foods - add dips such as unsalted nut butters.
8 - 9 months
3 meals a day
Serving size: 8-9 Month Weaning Pots
Texture: Minced and mashed with soft lumps.
Introduce: stronger flavours such as oily fishes like salmon.
Finger Food Recipes:
Cauliflower and Cheese Bites
Healthy Baked Broccoli Tots
Roasted Sweet Potato & Cinnamon Fingers
You can use similar finger food and family meal recipes to those used from 6-9 months. Just be sure to increase the texture of the food you serve.
For more baby food recipe ideas click here.