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Baby food chart six to ten months baby care

Once she has mastered the three grain basics, feel free to move forward but follow the 4-Day Rule. We always recommend to thoroughly cook raw veggies to ensure no foreign bacteria will find it's way into your baby's tummy. Fresh fruits should be delayed as long as possible. We recommend babies be at least 12 months for most fresh fruits. Below you'll find a list of foods and a recommended age of introduction. If there is a family history of allergies to a particular food, it should be avoided until after 12 months.
Baby food recipes
Bananas - 7 months
Bean Pods (snap, green, yellow or waxed) - 7 months
Beets, cooked - 9 months
Beets, raw - 10 months
Blueberries - 10 months
Broccoli - 8 months
Brussel Sprouts, cooked - 9 months
Cabbage - 18 months
Cantaloupe - 8 months
Carrots, cooked - 7 months
Cauliflower, cooked - 9 months
Celery, cooked - 7 months
Cherry, raw & finely sliced - 9 months
Collard Greens, cooked - 9 months
Corn - 18 months
Cucumbers, raw - 18 months
Eggplant, cooked - 9 months
Grapes, finely sliced - 9 months
Honeydew Melon - 8 months
Kiwi - 8 months
Lettuce - 10 months
Mangos - 7 months
Mushrooms - 9 months
Mustard Green - 9 months
Nectarines - 7 months
Okra, cooked - 9 months
Onions, cooked - 9 months
Orange - 12 months
Papaya - 7 months
Parsley, cooked - 8 months
Peaches - 7 months
Pears - 7 months
Peas - 7 months
Peppers - 10 months
Pineapples - 9 months
Plums - 8 months
Prunes - 8 months
Potato - 7 months
Pumpkin - 7 months
Rhubarb, cooked thoroughly - 9 months
Rutabaga, cooked - 9 months
Squash, cooked - 7 months
Sweet Potato, cooked - 6 months
Tomato, raw - 12 months
Turnips, cooked - 9 months
Watermelon - 8 months
Yams, cooked - 6 months
Sorrel - 9 months
Spinach, cooked - 9 months
Age/
Food Group four months to six months six to nine months to one year baby

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