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15 of the best Weaning books for babies and toddler snacks 2020

Little one getting ready to wean?

But, are you ready? With so much conflicting information and decisions over whether to traditionally spoon-feed or opt for baby-led weaning can lead to confusion for many parents. Forearmed is forewarned - and that's why we've rounded up 15 of the very best weaning books to help you all through this exciting new phase (although, we can't guarantee there will be no Jackson Pollock style situations ahead!)

You know your baby and ultimately you know what is best, whether you decide to spoon-feed, be led by them or, do a little of both these books will inform, inspire and encourage you from day one and beyond.

IDEAL FOR: The Classic Approach

Annabel Karmel's New Complete Baby & Toddler Meal Planner and Weaning Made Simple

We can't mention weaning without mentioning "The Queen of Wean" herself - Annabel Karmel. The mother of three continues to reign as the UK's number one children’s cookery author, best-selling international author, and a leading expert on devising delicious, nutritious meals for babies, children and families. This, her first book published in 1991 continues to be a bestseller - and, is the ideal place to start when beginning your babies weaning journey. This brand-new, illustrated edition of the New Complete Baby and Toddler Meal Planner brings together up-to-date recipes (and some new dishes), handy advice and tips, stunning colour photographs and some time-saving menu charts to help you shop and plan ahead. No weaning journey is really complete with Annabel by your side!

Her newest book Weaning Made Simple features helpful lists and guides, meal planners, portion guidance, actual-size finger food illustrations and easy-to-follow information on everything from starting out and reducing milk feeds, to critical nutrients, allergies and special diets.

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IDEAL FOR: Those Who Want to Cook All-Natural

Real Baby Food

Nothing really compares with making your own baby food: It's fresh and unprocessed, you choose what goes into it, and it is a delicious way to introduce your child to a world of flavours. And, in Real Baby Food you'll find 100 meals that make the process easy, fast, and flexible for busy parents. Inside you'll find the building blocks of starting your child on solid foods, how to recognize food allergies, and easy ways to cook in bulk - as most can be made ahead and frozen, with many easily adapted for grown-up tastes and other younger members of the family. All recipes include full nutritional information too.

BUY HERE>> Real Baby Food by Jenna Helwig

IDEAL FOR: Modern, Millennial Mothers

Young Gums: Baby Food with Attitude

Written by Award-winning food blogger Beth Bentley after she began devising her own simple recipes and sharing them via Instagram feed. As a first-time mum living amongst the vibrant emerging food scene of East London Beth felt confused with the conflicting, often outdated, information she was receiving about how to feed a baby well. Young Gums makes weaning fun and simple with a combination of baby-led and spoon-fed nutritious, wholesome recipes that are packed full of flavour - waving goodbye to fruit-sweetened, unidentifiable purees and instead offering up real, delicious food that the whole family can really enjoy. Renown chef Skye Gyngell described it as ‘a breath of fresh air for new parents’.

Focusing on just a few great ingredients, clever flavour combinations and easy cooking methods, these 60+ meal ideas can be scaled up easily so that the family is able to enjoy the one meal – together; a practice that will help your baby develop good eating and social habits. And even better, the majority can be made using just one hand and just one pan!

BUY HERE >> Young Gums: Baby Food with Attitude (A Modern Mama’s Guide to Happy, Healthy Weaning) By Beth Bentley

IDEAL FOR: Shaking up the Basics

Whole Food Baby

A collection of 200 recipes that include baby’s first foods all the way through to toddler recipes. Packed with whole foods, spices, herbs, and flavors that will not only delight your baby’s culinary palate but also provide the essential building blocks for babies’ growth and development.

Bland and boring baby food is a thing of the past. As baby food blogger and author Michele Olivier encourages you to whip up baby purees and toddler meals with seasonal fruits and vegetables, healthy ancient grains like quinoa and millet, and spices and herbs spanning from cinnamon and curry to basil and chives that are full of flavour and nutrition. Hopefully this will help cease the beige food epidemic and picky eating phase by providing colourful and yummy foods for your baby from the very start!

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BUY HERE >> Whole Food Baby: 200 nutritionally balanced recipes for a healthy start by Michele Oliver

IDEAL FOR: Starting with Baby-Led Weaning

Simple & Safe Baby-Led Weaning

We love this guide to baby led weaning (BLW) that empowers you to help your baby feed themselves. Helping them develop motor skills and develop an adventurous palate all the while making meal preparation becomes easier and cheaper for you. In Simple & Safe Baby-Led Weaning you'll learn when to begin baby led weaning, and find out what to expect along the way. Pick up practical advice for creating balanced meals and eating them together. The brilliant handy to-scale diagrams takes the guesswork out of safe serving sizes too.

BUY HERE>> Simple & Safe Baby-Led Weaning: How to Integrate Foods, Master Portion Sizes, and Identify Allergies by Malina Malkani MS

IDEAL FOR: Weaning the Organic Way

The Big Book of Organic Baby Food

This baby food cookbook is the one that does it all. Natural, organic, and irresistible recipes take your baby from infant to toddler and beyond. Ideas for purees, smoothies, finger foods, and meals abound. From Sweet Potato Puree to Pumpkin Smoothies to Maple-Glazed Salmon with Roasted Green Beans, The Big Book of Organic Baby Food offers over 230 healthy and wholesome recipes to start your baby onto the path to organic eating. With suggestions on how to make the meals family and adult friendly too, this is one baby food cookbook that will serve you for years.

BUY HERE>> The Big Book of Organic Baby Food: Baby Purées, Finger Foods, and Toddler Meals for Every Stage by Stephanie Middleberg

IDEAL FOR: Those who like to plan-ahead

Ella's Kitchen: The First Foods Book

Ella's Kitchen is a baby and children's food company founded by Paul Lindley (when he was deputy managing director of Nickelodeon) and trying to wean his reluctant daughter Ella. The range is based on simple, natural ingredients that oozes goodness and really appeal to children. Not only that, it's one of the fastest growing baby food brands in the UK and its ready prepared meals, pouches and snacks offer much convenience for busy families. But, if you want to get the the heart of Ella's Kitchen - its collection of family cookbooks are amongst are favourites (Read about the Easy Family Cookbook here) - there's no better place to start then with this one.

Covering every step of the weaning journey, from six months to a year it includes more than 130 recipes (from single-veg purees to exciting combinations and full meals) and every one has been rigorously tested to ensure it meets with Ella's Kitchen nutritional standards. Jam-packed with colourful pages and photographs, practical advice and amazing weekly meal planners that show you just what to expect - the pull-out chart included in the book should be stuck on your fridge or wall - it will ensure you stay organised.

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IDEAL FOR: Adventourus Francophiles

Bébé Gourmet: My Baby Recipe Book

As the saying (or the book goes) 'French Kids Eat Everything' so, if you fancy trying the French approach to cooking and more specificity weaning then this book is for you. Written by Jenny Carenco (a mother of two and the founder of leading French baby food brand Les Menus Bébé) it features 100 French-inspired recipes to add some je nais se quois to those baby menus.

Move over mushy carrots and peas and make way for peach compote, carrot and cumin puree, chicken with carrots and apricots and, baby beef bourguignon as Bébé Gourmet aims to help develop your baby’s tastebuds, encouraging healthy eating habits and a love of good food the French way. There are recipes for lunches and dinners, snacks and special occasions – baby’s first birthday cake will be a hit with all the family. Nearly all the recipes take 30 minutes or less to prepare and includes info on prep and cook time, refrigeration and freezing guidance to help busy mums and dads. (There is also additional nutritional guidance throughout from Paediatric Nutritionist and Endocrinologist Dr Jean Lalau Keraly.)

BUY HERE>> Bébé Gourmet: My Baby Recipe Book – 100 easy recipes for raising adventurous eaters by Jenny Crank

IDEAL FOR: Pressure Pot Addicts

The Instant Pot Baby Food Cookbook

Using your trusty Instant Pot—or other electric pressure cooker/multi-cooker—this book helps you rustle up fresh, flavourful, fast and convenient foods for your baby. If you want to ditch those ready-made jars and make every meal yourself from scratch this cookbook ensures you save time and money in doing so.

Pressure cooking has skyrocketing in popularity in large part because of its speed and the brilliant of the Instant Pot - as you can cook up a batch of baby purees, fruit sauces, or cereals in a matter of minutes. Using a pressure cooker is the modern solution for time-crunched families. Co-written by Barbara Schieving who is the world's most widely read blogger on pressure cooking (her blog is called Pressure Cooking Today) this book delivers more than 50 tasty and good-looking recipes that will soon become a trusty cooking companion (alongside your pressure cooker of course!)

BUY HERE>> The Instant Pot Baby Food Cookbook: Wholesome Recipes That Cook Up Fast - in Any Brand of Electric Pressure Cooker by Barbara Schieving and Jennifer Schieving McDaniel

IDEAL FOR: Inexperienced Home-Cooks

Super Easy Baby Food Cookbook

Some baby food cookbooks can get complicated once you move beyond purees - that's where Super Easy Baby Food Cookbook comes in. Simple, easy to follow and meals that can be made in record time. This is one book for any inexperienced home-cook or, for those lacking kitchen confidence. With 150+ recipes from babies upto 18mths there is ideas for cooking in bulk, sample menus and the brilliant 5-ingredient toddler recipes (that can be made in 30-minutes or less).

BUY HERE >> Super Easy Baby Food Cookbook: Healthy Homemade Recipes for Every Age and Stage by Anjali Shah

IDEAL FOR: Family meals the Italian Way

Baby at the Table

A cross between a parenting guide and a cookbook this family cookbook from Welsh/Italian cook Michela Chiappa and her sister Emanuela offers an Italian approach to weaning. It aims to have your baby eating solid food and enjoying meals with the whole family by the time they celebrate their first birthday, and well into childhood.

Full of recipes that the whole family can enjoy - babies included. You don't need any special gadgets, most take 15 minutes or less to prepare and, the 3-Step format (baby, toddler and child) will help guide you from those foolproof introductions to first tastes, through to finger foods and snack times to finally feeding the whole family and getting kids in the kitchen to help. A book for all the family - and one to be passed down the generations (just as any good Italian mama would do!)

BUY HERE >> Baby at the Table: The Simple 3-Step Guide To Weaning Your Baby, With Delicious, Easy Food For The Whole Family by Michela Chiappa and Emanuela Chiappa

IDEAL FOR: Trusted BLW Basics

Baby-Led Weaning: The Essential Guide

Just over ten years ago, when Baby-Led Weaning was first published it ended the myth that babies need to be spoon-fed purées. In fact, at about six months, most babies are ready to discover solid food for themselves. Today, baby-led weaning (BLW) is a global phenomenon - and, this guide explains all its benefits in a practical way. Baby-led weaning is the healthy, natural way to start your baby on solid foods and can mean no purees, no ice cube trays, no food processor, no potato masher, no stress, no fuss and frankly, no mush!

BLW ensures babies participate in family meals right from the start, and learn to love a variety of foods. By self-feeding, your baby develops hand-eye coordination, chewing skills and confidence - and teaches your child healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime. This updated edition includes the latest research on allergy prevention and feeding baby safely, a guide to using BLW at daycare, and much more.

BUY HERE >> Baby-Led Weaning; The Essential Guide Completely How to Introduce Solid Foods and Help Your Baby to Grow Up a Happy and Confident Eater by Gill Rapley (Updated and Expanded Tenth Anniversary Edition)

IDEAL FOR: Celebrity Fans

Truly Scrumptious Baby

Yes, this is a weaning book by a celebrity - but, not just any celebrity putting their name and face to a book. But, Holly Willoughby who juggles her busy television career with being a mum to three small children - so she sure knows a thing or two about being a busy mum at feeding time! Holly, is also author of Truly Happy Baby and co-author of a series of children’s books with her sister, Kelly.

Truly Scrumptious Baby offers an in-depth introduction to weaning with useful nutritional information, lots of lovely recipes (developed over the process of weaning her own three children) appropriate to suit each stage of weaning and a running theme of no one-size-fits. Practical advice on spoon-feeding purees or baby-led weaning, what equipment you really need and the ones where you should you spend extra.

In that lovely down-to-earth and friendly matter we know and love from Holly this books proves to be a go-to guide that arms you with everything you need to know as your baby starts on solids.

BUY HERE >> Truly Scrumptious Baby: My complete feeding and weaning plan for 6 months and beyond by Holly Willoughby

IDEAL FOR: Easy Recipes

Fast & Fresh Baby Food Cookbook

This has to be one of the easiest to follow baby food cookbook for new parents who are time-poor, inexperienced cooks or, on a budget. This totally accessible yet, still comprehensive book covers nutritional and developmental advice for ages 4 to 18 months, the latest information on which foods to introduce and, really easy-to-follow instructions for a wide variety of first purees to flavorful and nutritious combinations, to lastly fast and healthy toddler meals that come be made in half an hour or less.

BUY HERE>> Fast & Fresh Baby Food Cookbook: 120 Ridiculously Simple and Naturally Wholesome Baby Food Recipes by Jacqueline Burt Cote

7 Best Cookbooks For Homemade Baby Food Recipes - Julie Revelant

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Making your own baby food—and searching for homemade baby food recipes—may have seemed like a pie in the sky idea before the pandemic, but now that everyone has more time on their hands, they’re cooking more, and sharing family meals, it may be more realistic.

Feeding you child homemade baby food has so many benefits and it’s one of the best ways to encourage healthy eating habits from the start, particularly in light of a new study that found picky eating starts early.

Besides, as everyone has been stocking up on food and essentials, the demand for baby food has increased by 153% demand, which may make it tough to even find store-bought baby food.

So if you’re looking for homemade baby food recipes, food blogs are a great place to start. If you’re looking to have an entire guide to starting solids and infant nutrition, several recipes all in one place, and you like having a cookbook in your hands, here are 9 of my recommendations.


Written by baby food chef and founder of the Baby FoodE blog, Michele Olivier, and Sara Peternell, a board certified holistic nutritionist, (check out my interview with her for Fox News about infant cereal), Little Foodie: Baby Food Recipes for Babies and Toddlers with Taste is one of the best cookbooks for meal ideas.

With over 100 unique recipes for every age and stage including fennel, pea and peach—yum!—the cookbook has a ton of helpful information on nutrition and eating habits and a how-to guide to make the process easy and quick.


One of the best new cookbooks for homemade baby food recipes is Make-Ahead Baby Food Cookbook: Meal Plans and Recipes for Every Stage, written by Stephanie Van’t Zelfden, a Brooklyn, NY-based registered dietitian-nutritionist.

What I love about this cookbook is that Van’t Zelfden focuses on teaching busy moms how to make homemade baby food quickly and easily with 4-week meal plans for every stage.

The book will teach you everything you need to know about starting solids, batch cooking, freezing, and reheating, and includes shopping lists, step-by-step recipes, a list of the best tools, and a ton of time-saving tips.


The Big Book of Organic Baby Food: Baby Purées, Finger Foods, and Toddler Meals For Every Stage, by NYC-based registered dietitian-nutritionist Stephanie Middleberg, includes over 230 healthy, delicious recipes for purees, smoothies, finger foods, and meals, as well as ideas for superfood combinations.

With a ton of homemade baby food recipes, and meal ideas for the whole family, this is one cookbook that you’ll rely on for years to come.


If you’re a fan of Anjali Shah’s The Picky Eater blog, then you’ll definitely want to pick up her book, Super Easy Baby Food Cookbook: Healthy Homemade Recipes for Every Age and Stage.

From purées to toddler meals, this cookbook has more than 150 homemade baby food recipes, including make-ahead, puree recipes that you can batch cook, 5-ingredient toddler recipes you can whip up in 30 minutes or less, and sample menus that will help you save time in the kitchen.


Gosh, I know I write about the “The Baby and Toddler Cookbook: Fresh, Homemade Foods for a Healthy Start,” every chance I get it, but it’s such a big part of my story and one of the reasons I started my blog.

With over 90 homemade baby food recipes, tons of evidence-based information, and time-saving tips, this cookbook is one that you’ll return to over and over again.


In recent years, baby-led feeding (also known as baby-led weaning) has become a more accepted and popular way of feeding babies. Baby-Led Feeding: A Natural Way to Raise Happy, Independent Eaters, written by Jenna Helwig, the Food Director at Real Simple serves up a how-to guide to baby-led feeding, including essential safety and nutrition guidelines, basic fruit and vegetable prep, plus more than 100 nutritionist-approved recipes and ideas.


With 66, easy homemade baby food recipes, plus hundreds of delicious food combinations, this award-winning cookbook has a ton of ideas for every age and stage, including no-cook recipes to help you save time.

Liza Huber, founder of the Sage Spoonfuls Baby Food Maker, also serves up a ton of information on nutrition, organic food, foods to avoid and food allergies.

Author Details

Julie Revelant

Julie Revelant teaches parents how to raise children who are healthy, adventurous eaters. Through blog posts and videos, her goal is to shift the conversation from short-term, problem picky eating to lifelong, healthy eating and healthy futures. Julie has written for FoxNews.com, FIRST for Women magazine, WhatToExpect.com, EverydayHealth.com, RD.com, TheBump.com, Care.com, and Babble.com.

Children's cooking recipes

Children's cooking recipes in the cartoon Let's play and cook

Children's recipes for cooking are not only in demand today - a whole animated series Let's play and cook by French animators and is very popular with children and adults.
Let's Cook - this is an educational cartoon for children with detailed children's recipes for delicious dishes loved by children all over the world. 36 episodes - 36 dishes for children. From a very young age, the guys are very fond of cooking, cooking for them is perhaps one of the most attractive activities! Many cooking cartoons were created by animators of the world, but few have become really educational aids, step-by-step instructions for children and adults on how to cook delicious children's dishes.

Especially for children who want to learn culinary skills - children's cooking recipes from the famous master, French chef Michel Olivier. Enjoy your meal!

Cooking recipes for children - Michel Olivier's menu

Cartoon Let's play and cook (France) can rightfully be called a children's cookbook. Children's cooking recipes were embodied in the first series of the cartoon in 2005. Initially, the cartoon script was written as a developmental one. In fact, each series Let's Play and Cook is a step-by-step instruction, a children's cooking recipe for preparing some kind of dish that is sure to be loved by children around the world or traditional for France.

Or, what is very important, a recipe for a dish that is very healthy, but not attractive for children. However, in the process of preparing the same lentil salad, little cooks, lovingly drawn by the artist Claude Delafos, will make any dish delicious for the children!

Author: Michel Olivier
Director: Jean-Christophe Roger
Illustrator: Claude Delafose

lentil salad
mashed potatoes
cheese soufflé
rice salad
pasta in breadcrumbs
homemade pasta
Chicken in bread crust
rice pudding
Biscuit Minutka
Carrot Cake
almond cookies
Apple Kramble
cupcakes and olives 9000 chocolate truffles
sunny casserole
baked whiting fillet
ham casserole
marble cake
egg snowballs
spaghetti carbonara
accordion tomatoes
Scandinavian salad
hot sausage in dough
veal roast with a surprise
potato biscuits
avocado with crab

In total, the authors of the Let's Play-Cook cartoon made 36 episodes - children's recipes. These are casseroles and spaghetti, muffins and biscuits, salads and cookies. Each dish is very easy to prepare, really designed to work with children, done quickly, with minimal help from adults in the process of working with a stove or oven.

What is also very important - the authors of the cartoon not only offer healthy and tasty children's cooking recipes, but also teach children and adults proper serving, that is, the rules for serving dishes on the table in an attractive and appetizing way, and also explain how to eat properly using a knife and a fork.

Children's cooking recipes - craft lessons in elementary school

Children's cooking recipes are becoming more and more popular at craft lessons today - children are more interested in creating their own dishes or embodying the ideas of their peers, rather than following an old cookbook traditionally according to plan. I would suggest the general idea of ​​the cartoon script Let's play and cook based on Michel Olivier as an interesting and fun series of activities for parents with children, and, at the same time, as a separate form of work with elementary school students in labor lessons. How to do it in fact?

Personal experience: You can work with a class in the school cafeteria.
I propose to start the whole cycle of work with elementary school students within the framework of the “Children's Cooking Recipes” labor lessons with an introductory lesson, the theoretical part of which is undertaken by the teacher: what are the products and ingredients, in what utensils are the products cooked in the kitchen, how to properly set the table . The practical part of the lesson takes place in the school cafeteria. During the workshop, the canteen cooks show the whole class the process of cooking, explain the need for safety in the kitchen.

At the beginning of each subsequent lesson of labor, the teacher divides the class into working groups of 5 people, each group chooses its own chef. In the labor office, the guys are watching the selected series of the cartoon Let's play, cook, help their chef make a menu. Then, under the guidance of the teacher, they go to the school cafeteria and do preliminary work in groups, each group at its own table.

Baking or frying, if required by the recipe, is already done in the school kitchen. Here, one of the chefs oversees the progress of the work. At the same time, in the classroom, the children once again watch the cartoon Let's Play and Cook from the Children's Cooking Recipes series. Together with the teacher, they check the correctness of their work and analyze the difficult moments of the work of each group.

Undoubtedly, labor lessons of this type require serious organization and preparation, take up the time and working space of the kitchen staff. Therefore, for each class, classes for Children's Cooking Recipes: Let's Play-Cook should be doubled (that is, two labor lessons in 1 day).
In addition, it is important that each child has been in the role of a chef - a responsible organizer of the work of the entire culinary group. Hence the total number of lessons in the cycle Children's cooking recipes Let's play and cook - at least 5 for the entire academic year (depending on the total number of people in the class). From my own experience: the optimal number of lessons per year is one lesson in the 1st, 2nd and 4th quarters and two in the third.

Children's cooking recipes from the famous French chef Michel Olivier, watching the cartoon series of the same name from the Let's Play and Cook cycle, getting to know the work of real school chefs will turn labor lessons into interesting events and will remain in the memory of children for a long time.

Children's salad Olivier - Encyclopedia Baby food

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I love cooking Olivier!!! My favorite salad. But eat Olivier salad and don't give it to your kids! It is not right. Therefore, I will tell you how to cook Olivier Children's Salad.

As I wrote earlier in the article "Children's recipe" any adult dish can be adapted for your children. Right now I will tell you how to make Olivier Salad childish. It's very simple!

All products should be familiar to the child. pieces must be made in small squares. The child should be able to chew well and eat finger food for at least 2 months. Refers to finger foods.

Introduced complementary foods: Boiled chicken breast, boiled potatoes, boiled carrots, boiled peas, boiled eggs, pickles, yogurt or sour cream.

Olivier Baby Salad is suitable for children over 12-18 months.

I remind you, if there is any doubt about the product, for example, whether it is worth giving pickles to a child under 3 years old, then do not put them in the dish. The main thing is that the dish is visually similar to an adult, so that the child eats the same food as his parents.

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  • Finely cut pickled cucumbers, but you can leave them out. If cucumbers are put, then we do not salt the salad. You can put fresh cucumbers.

  • Add boiled green peas.

  • Finely cut the eggs into cubes, also put them in the Olivier salad.

  • Boil the carrots and cut into cubes. She is not in the photo. Since the salad was made without it. But I like Olivier more with carrots. I also did not put green onions in this salad, but I usually put them.

  • Topped with yoghurt or sour cream. Mayonnaise is also possible, but it should be as natural as possible.

  • Bon appetit!

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    Disclaimer No. 1: It must be understood that the author of the articles on the Baby Food Encyclopedia website is not a medical staff, “I am not a doctor.” The information I share is based on my own experience. My goal is not to teach you how to eat or feed your child, but to talk about how we did it, what new things I learned or read. This expands the picture of Baby Food knowledge, gives you a glimpse of the whole process so you can decide if you like it or not.

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