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In "Double-Duty Foods," (Mom&Baby, Fall 2008/Winter 2009), we explained how easy—and beneficial—it is for your baby to eat some of the same foods you do once she's old enough.
By simply steaming and pureeing fruits and vegetables, your little one can enjoy healthful, homemade meals made from the ingredients you're already planning to use.
Here are some additional delicious and nutritious recipes to try for toddlers, with grownup versions for the older members of the family.
FOR TODDLER (12 to 18 months)
Cauliflower with Diced Ham
Cauliflower With Diced Ham & Spaghetti
FOR TODDLER (18 months to 3 years)
Corn Hash with Garlic Shrimp
FOR TODDLER (18 MONTHS TO 3 YEARS)
Blueberry-Orange Jelly Parfaits