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365 Recipes For Babies, Toddlers & Children: From First Foods to Starting School    by Bridget Wardley & Judy More order for
365 Recipes For Babies, Toddlers & Children
by Bridget Wardley
Order:  USA  Can
Blue Heron, 2004 (2004)
* * *   Reviewed by Ayesha Baumgartner

This is a nutritious and adventurous guide to organizing meals for your babies, toddlers and growing children. The reader can breathe easier with this helpful cookbook, written by pediatric dietitians, and full of recipes that are quick and easy to make for today's busy parents and their kids.

The bright photos of completed meals - as well as adorable pictures of little ones enjoying them - make the process of meal preparation a fun one. Tips on happy and healthy eating at different stages of feeding, give clear recommendations that encourage children and their parents to develop healthy eating habits while staying active. Comprehensive information is provided to put together a healthy eating plan for your child. Tips range from how to shop wisely, how to feed children with food allergies, preparation of vegetarian meals, creative party foods, and on to children's involvement in creating fun, healthy snacks and meals. Every detail seems to be covered to facilitate making meals for the whole family.

Each recipe has key symbols to suit the needs of each family member. 365 Recipes For Babies, Toddlers & Children is an original recipe book that is fun to use, informative, with health conscious recipes and meal planners that are designed to boost your children's immune systems and keep them healthy and growing for years to come. Advice on sugars, salts and fats as well as a mixed medley of International food recipes makes this an ideal book for parents and caregivers, as well as anyone who is health conscious. A great gift to give to a new parent.

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