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Book Review: The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet

I recently stumbled upon this cute cookbook by Karin Knight and Tina Ruggiero. My kids are all grown up, and I don’t see any more little ones in my future. But I think The Best Homemade Baby Food On the Planet would make a lovely gift to someone who is expecting a baby. I wish I would have had a book like this when my kids were infants.

My husband and I hardly ever bought food in a jar for our babies. I pretty much made everything from scratch because you never know what goes into those commercially packaged jars of baby food. But I surely could have used some inspiration at times when our kids decided that they were going to be difficult and not like our simple cooking.

The book is devided into six chapters. It is full of simple recipes that make me hungry. It also provides many great tips and nutritional information for first time parents. Even seasoned parents who are kind of running low on energy and ideas might find some inspiration in it.

So check it out at your local library or buy a copy for a friend or parent to be!

 

  • Becca

    I made all my eldest son’s baby food right on the spot. Just mashed up whatever veggies we were eating. With my youngest we did baby food a bit for convenience. But it didn’t last long because he didn’t like it. No wonder, right? This book looks great!

  • Tina Ruggiero, MS, RD, LD

    Thank you for such a lovely review! We’re so happy you found the book accessible, fun and informative! Best of all, the book is good for infants and toddlers, so parents and caregivers can use the cookbook during those very important developmental years.

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