Good food ideas for babies 10months to 12 months

December 2, 2016 9:10am CST
I wondered of any mom could give me a hand? I'm having a food run with my 11 month year old I have tried so many foods but am at a loss of what else to give him..... If any mums or non mums have any good food ideas recipes let me know would be very appreciated thanks
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• Jacksonville, Florida
2 Dec
My son is 10 months old and he eats lot's of things. Anything soft is what I give him right now. Any pasta's mostly, potatoes and soft veggies too. The only things I avoid right now is meat since he can't chew that properly, seafood because he could be allergic to it and peanut butter since he could have allergies with that too. He eats spaghetti, green beans, peas, fettucine alfredo, spaghettio's, eggs, egg salad, potatoes, french fries, mac and cheese, etc...Anything soft that's easy to chew. =)
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2 Dec
That's excellent thank you being a first time mom sometimes it can be hard to get it right first time I mean my little one doesn't eat up at the table yet and am finding it hard to get him to self feed but were getting there thanks for your great advice. X
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• Jacksonville, Florida
2 Dec
@Harriet1993 Your welcome. I still feed my son too, he won't feed himself for a couple months yet most likely. I have 4 children with one on the way. Anytime you need advice I would be happy to help. =)
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2 Dec
@LovingMyBabies thank you and four!!!! I take my hat off to you xxx
@sayitnow (440)
2 Dec
Have try oatmeal or grit. You can try a sweet sweet potatoes. Canned fruit will work at well and can cut them in small pieces.
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@Morleyhunt (15947)
• Canada
2 Dec
At eleven months old my children were eating chicken noodle soup at the table with adults...mashed potatoes, squash, peas (mashed), applesauce. They often ate the same foods the adults at the table were eating...obviously chicken or meat would be cut very small and given in small portions. I just mashed their food with a fork. Arrowroot biscuits were also a treat as well as toast finger. Don't leave your child unattended while they are eating. They can eat a lot of regular dishes.
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2 Dec
How about yogurt? My kids always loved that at that age, with some dry cereal on the side, and maybe a banana.