Getting Ready to Start Solids
Ready to Start Solids? Most little ones will be ready to start solids at around 6 months old but every baby is different! Be sure to get the green light from your pediatrician before starting solids with your little one.
For all those yummy veggie first tastes!
A quick + easy way cook and soften yummy fruits and veggies.
To puree your little one’s food to the right texture.
For when you move on from puree to chunkier mashes.
For storing purees in the freezer in portions.
For storing frozen puree cubes or finger foods.
- High chair or booster seat.
- Small baby silicone bowls and soft tip spoons (suction bowls and plates can be a great idea!)
- Lots of wipes and cloths!
- A messy mat or splash mat can come in handy for under the high chair.
Top tips from our experts
At Earth’s Best, we work reaaaally closely with experts in pediatrics + nutrition so that our yummy foods are the best for tiny tummies! Your little one might be ready to start solids when...
They sit up alone or with support.
Hold their head and neck steady on their own.
Opens their mouth when food is offered.
Yum in the tum
Swallows food instead of pushing it out with their tongue.
Simple + Easy Recipes!
We've cooked up lots of quick + simple recipes for you + your little one to make at home! From very first tastes all the way to the big table, there's something tasty for the whole family to enjoy! Let’s eat!
This is for informational purposes only and should not be treated as medical advice. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please always discuss any health and feeding concerns directly with your pediatrician. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read above.