Thursday, March 19, 2015

Smoothie

Avocado, banana, almond milk

A hit

Cut up

This needed to be cut up smaller

Thank goodness Tiny likes broccoli
Tomato, plums, broccoli

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Dessert

Pumpkin (hot)
Peanut butter
Raisins

For pate

Onions and Peppers

They all get blitzed so I don't feel onions in my mouth

Then Yum (says me and Tiny)

Pancakes

When it was pancake day

I made some for Tiny

Besam/gram flour and seasonings, juice, water, raisin, egg

Grain free. Can't use flax so have to use egg


Spread on peanut butter

Or Pate

green juice

My first time making it

Spinach added to the usual pureed fruit

Tiny drank a good amount too

So glad



Saturday, February 14, 2015

This works (recipe)

Dry Carrot pulp from juicing
Soaked curants
Food processed apple
Peanut butter
Blitz all of it
Spread in pan
Freeze
Put in fridge
Eat
Tiny Human LOVES this
Says mmmmmmm
I need to remember this for the future

Friday, February 13, 2015

Another hit

Homemade Carrot Juice
SMASH HIT
But it has to be cold!

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Iron

Eating healthy foods is the most important way to prevent and treat iron deficiency. Good sources of iron include:
  • Apricots
  • Chicken, turkey, fish, and other meats
  • Dried beans, lentils, and soybeans
  • Eggs
  • Liver
  • Molasses
  • Oatmeal
  • Peanut butter
  • Prune juice
  • Raisins and prunes
  • Spinach, kale and other greens


http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/007134.htm

Mild anemia may have no symptoms. As the iron level and blood counts becomes lower, your child may:
With more severe anemia, your child may have:

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Avocado

I mixed some hummus in with this and it was a hit

Sure fire


A hit

Plantains

Ripe and fried

Cabbage of many colors was too complicated - We will try again later



Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Relax

Those days you want to do this

Monday, January 26, 2015

Chops

Muppet chop

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Add to the list

Black bean soup is a HIT!!!
This is the food that he grabbed the spoon to feed himself for :)
Fish (carite) is a hit
Tuna is a hit
Jerk Chicken is a hit
Lentil soup is a hit
Almond milk is a hit!
Curry Chicken is a hit
Ripe plantains (fried) is a hit!!!
Hummus is one of the biggest hits
Spinach soup is a hit if flavored with curry chicken sauce
Tomato chow was not a hit

He also insists on watching me cook so I describe the process, when I add what and how much and stirring the pot

I got him his own wodden spoon so he can stir his pot/shoebox

He says banana and onion when we go to the store :)
He likes onion in chicken live pate (another BIG hit)
WATER IS A HUGE HIT

I am soooo happy he likes to eat what I eat.
It makes life easier for me.


Friday, January 09, 2015

Vintage

I like these vintage ads

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Besan dumplings

No wheat
Grain-free


Well seasoned to your taste

Drop in boiling water and they are done when floating
Scoop them out and I served them in a curry

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Extrude

That is how they do it!

Sunday, December 07, 2014

Non-Dairy, creamy broccoli soup

Use bedan to make a roux
Season well

Get soup going
Blitz
Serve


Season well or your Tiny wont particularly like it and neither will you

Feeding self

Half works

If food is squishy, it gets squished

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Fruit

Mango and apple

The mango tree in the yard is bearing
This is a hit too :)

Peas

Pea soup with onions and chive

A hit

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Non-Dairy Sources of Calcium

Your toddler needs 500 milligrams of calcium per day. Nondairy foods that are rich in calcium.

  • Salmon
  • Green leafy vegetables like collard greens, turnip greens, kale and spinach
  • Beans
  • Broccoli
  • Almond Milk or Butter
  • Papaya

Non-Dairy Sources of Vitamin D

 Some foods that are high in Vitamin D include:
  • Salmon, tuna, cod, mackerel, catfish and other fatty fish
  • Shrimp
  • Eggs
  • Almond milks that are fortified with Vitamin D
Also, make sure your toddler is getting about 5-30 minutes of sun exposure per week (all year if you live in the South or during summer months if you live up North) so his body can make its own Vitamin D.

Non-Diary Sources of Fats

 Fats are necessary for cell growth, energy and processing fat-soluble vitamins. Here are some other foods that can supply healthy fats for your toddler when used in moderation:
  • Peanut butter or other nut butters
  • Avocados
  • Olive oil
  • Canola oil
  • Olives (make sure they're not given whole to prevent choking)
  • Ground flaxseeds
Some foods are definitely better choices than others. Almond butter, for example, is rich in good fat and calcium. Salmon is rich in Vitamin D, calcium and has healthier fats.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Juice, tea and puree

Carrot juice is a hit
Tea: Apple juice with garlic and chive (mild steeping) is a hit
Apple and raisin puree is a hit

Apple, pear and raisin -hit
Apple papaya and raisin -hit
Carrot and apple juice mix is a hit

Raisins give that purple color and sweetness and iron

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

One a day

On the tightest of budgets you can still make baby food
One apple and some grapes
One apple and a pea with some rasins
Pumpkin and lentils soup ouree
Tuna
Chicken liver
Bone meal soups
You have to think about it but it can work out
I use a lot of tumeric when cooking

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Babe exploring food

At the point where he's touching food

He gives everything a chance


Its messy- apple grape papaya

Thursday, November 13, 2014

For the Babe

Nutty and good


Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Notes

Papaya is back on
Apple and grape puree is a hit!

Giving bananas a rest
Remember hindmilk

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Baby meals

Pumpkin curry soup
Spinach lentils, carrots chicken soup
Cabbage, sweegt pepper chicken curry
Sweet Potato
Cassava
Broccoli and cauliflower curry

Lentil soup
Bananas - often

Watermelon
Plums
Grapes
Papaya - THIS IS A NO!
Water
Coconut water
Smalta
Hummus
 

Curry chick peas
Bok choi
Salmon in stew


No Wheat, No Dairy, No heavy meat

Sunday, September 28, 2014

AIP

Protocol

A guide

Not down with Grain or Dairy but here we go

For Tiny Humans

6 months old
7 months old
8 months old
Ripe avocado
Pastured Egg yolk
Ground nuts (if no allergy worries)
Ripe banana


Sweet potato


Winter Squash
Cooked, pureed:
Ground seeds

  Asparagus
Tahini

  Carrots

Cooked strained/pureed:
  Green beans

  Apple
  Summer squash
Natural cheeses
  Apricots


  Nectarines


  Peaches
Cottage cheese
Apricot
  Pears

Apple
  Plums and Prunes

Cantaloupe
Cooked/pureed fresh fish:
Honeydew
 Raw, pureed:
  Tilapia
Kiwi
   Mango
  Salmon
Plums
  Papaya
  Cod
Watermelon
  Pears
  Halibut
Broccoli
  Trout
Okra
  Tuna
Grapes (peeled and quartered)
 Pastured Egg yolk   Hake



Whole milk yogurt








Very well pureed meat:


  Liver

  Organ Meat


  Lamb


  Chicken and Turkey

  Tender cuts of beef and pork








9 months old
10 months old
1 year old
Pineapple
Nut Butters (if no allergy worries)
Milk




Finely grated, raw:

Beets
  Summer Squash
Citrus Fruits
Brussels sprouts
  Carrots

Cauliflower
  Greens

Eggplant
  Bell Peppers
Tomatoes
Kale


Spinach


Rhubarb

Egg white
Rutabaga


Turnips




Honey



Cooked onion




Berries
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