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Food Ideas for baby aged 10-12 months :-

Your baby can now have chopped or half mashed form of food.
• Chopped cooked vegetables and fruits.
• steamed florets of broccolli as finger food
• Sliced soft fruit( bannana,kiwi or mango)
• well cooked pasta with minced chicken and a tomato sauce
• steamed chopped spinach and cootage cheese
• a slice of fruit bread
• sandwiches with mashed tuna
• cooked rice with peas and carrot.
• Thick lentil soup.
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Food Ideas for baby aged 10-12 months :-

Your baby can now have chopped or half mashed form of food.
• Chopped cooked vegetables and fruits.
• steamed florets of broccolli as finger food
• Sliced soft fruit( bannana,kiwi or mango)
• well cooked pasta with minced chicken and a tomato sauce
• steamed chopped spinach and cootage cheese
• a slice of fruit bread
• sandwiches with mashed tuna
• cooked rice with peas and carrot.
• Thick lentil soup.
Remind me not to pop round to yours for breakfast Amanda
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My baby likes having yogurt at breakfast - just make sure it is full fat and doesn't have honey as a sweetener (a lot of the full fat/organic ones tend to). She also likes toast strips with apple butter, or cream cheese. Or just try mashed banana; it's so easy and you can take it with you very easily if you need to have breakfast away from home.
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My little girl is 14 months, she has to start with either porridge with fruit that I have blended(apple, pear, blueberries and strawberries)and frozen mixed in, oatabix with warm milk and banana mixed in or the mini oatabix. After this she has either toast, crumpet or scotch pancake or french toast cut into pieces. I alternate this.
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Hi there,
This is probably an old reply now, but I've just joined the forums.
My 10 month old boy has BF when he wakes at 5am and then at 7am has one weetbix made with formula and pureed fruit, sometimes followed by toast with vegemite, avocado and cream cheese or a mixture of those three.
I've only started using formula with his weetbix as he's off to daycare very soon and can't express my milk anymore.
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My little girl is 11 1/2 months and she is such a small eater. She has a 150ml Milk in the morning and then will eat porridge for her breakfast. At 11am she will have another 150ml of milk and then for lunch she will have a quater of a 250g jar of food, 2 grapes (or fruit of this amount) and a yogurt and may be a small breadstick. At 3pm she will have 150ml of milk and for tea simalar amount as lunch and at 7pm 150ml of milk. I have tried to make my own meals and she point blank refuses to eat them and theres me thinking I was a good cook. Is she eating enough or should i be giving her more throughout the day? Is she drink too much milk? Help!!!!
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at 11 months i had cut down my milk feeds to 3 a day as he was eating 3 good meals a day.

he had milk
10.30, 3.00 & bedtime - shortly after 1 year i cut out the 3.00 bottle altogether.

hope that helps.
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My liitle girl has now started 1+ milk now which is 2 bottles of 5fl oz a day she is much better at eating and is trying so many more things now. Her appitite has grown and my health visitor said it was because of the amount of milk she was getting, was suppressing her appitite. she still won't drink out of a beaker yet but I will persist, she will get there.
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