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Sage Spoonfuls Simple Recipes, Healthy Meals & Happy Babies
Everything you need to know about feeding your baby solids! Award winning and pediatrician recommended, Sage Spoonfuls - Simple Recipes, Healthy Meals, Happy Babies provides recipes, information and ideas from one busy mom to another! This 227 page, easy-to-follow, beautifully designed book, includes everything you need to know about introducing and feeding your baby solids, including family favorite recipes the entire family, babies and toddlers included, can enjoy together! Here you will also find the most up-to-date information on food allergies, nutrition, foods to avoid, no-cook purees, infant CPR and emergency choking care, organics and much more! There is even a journal section after each age group to keep track of your baby's favorite foods. Baby food doesn't need to be fancy, this book is filled with 66 deliciously simple recipes and hundreds of yummy food combinations to fit every baby's needs. The fun commentary and colorful photos will keep you excited about making your baby the healthiest meals possible!
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Comments about Storage System:
Bought these from a different site when the product launched and wasn't sure of them at first. The tray is really too bulky for our smaller freezer and the large jars don't really work when making single batches of food (rather than combined meals). Ice cube trays were better for that. However, I use them all the time to store baby leftovers, i.e. when I don't give her a whole container of yogurt. The screwtop lids are great and I would throw a couple of cubes of frozen food in one of these if we were going out for dinner and then just put them in a cup of hot water to thaw/warm up. Now that our daughter is bigger I lightly puree leftovers from our dinner, fill these up, and pop them in the freezer. The lables do come off easily (don't get them wet though). I REALLY loved the cookbook so it's too bad they aren't selling that separately on the site.
Comments about Baby Puree & Blend:
This is the first blender that accusly blends food just like on the picture I love the Sage spoonful ! Defantely a huge help!