If your baby is new to finger foods, start with single veggies, and I always recommend sweet root vegetables such as carrot and sweet potato. After only having naturally sweet breastmilk or formula until now, these are foods that your baby is likely to by interested in, so a great place to start.
However, it’s important that you also introduce more bitter veggies such as broccoli and cauliflower at the beginning alongside those sweeter root veggies. If introduced early in your baby’s weaning journey (by that, I mean the first week of weaning and beyond), and with repeated exposure, it’s likely they’ll be more receptive to these foods in the long
You can start with offering a new food once a day for the first few days, and then increase this to twice a day by days three and four. As a guide, your baby should generally be eating three small portions a day by the end of week two. In finger food terms, a small portion will be anything from two to four small batons of food.