Starting solids with vegetables
Introducing veggies as first foods gets tiny taste buds used to savory flavors, helping little ones grow into Little Veggie Lovers for life!
Introducing single veggie tastes followed by veggie blends early on in starting solids gets tiny taste buds used to savory flavors.
Love at first veggie when you introduce your little one to a rainbow of vegetables. Continue offering a variety of savory veggie tastes.
It can take tiny taste buds up to 10 tries until little ones learn to accept a new food, so keep offering!
A funny face doesn’t mean your little one doesn't like a new taste…it's just reeeeally new! Keep trying + they'll grow to love it!
To make a baby's first puree, cook veggies until soft and blend with a little of your little one's usual milk until it's smooth and liquid-y. As your little one grows confident eating thinner purees, you can thicken them up to a more mashed texture.
The first tastes are about flavor introduction and learning to eat. It doesn't matter if your little one only has a spoonful or two as they'll still be getting most of their nutrition from their usual milk.
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If your little one pulls a funny face, it doesn’t mean they don't like it…it's just reeeeally new! Keep trying + they'll learn to love it!
To make a first puree...soft cook veg and blend with a little of your baby's usual milk until it's the texture of pouring cream. Once your little one is happy eating thinner purees you can thicken them up to a more mashed texture.
To start with, it doesn't matter how much your little one eats. A spoonful or two is enough as they'll still be getting most of their nutrition from their usual milk.