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What to feed my 8.5 month old??

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Writerwannabe83 Thu 11-Dec-14 08:43:27

I feel like I'm being repetitive with what I offer DS but am struggling to find any inspiration? Can I ask what you are giving your babies??

Also - what is easy to cook and then freeze? I'm going back to work soon and need to start thinking about this as I will need something quick but also tasty!!

Thanks in advance!!

angelopal Sun 14-Dec-14 20:32:09

My dd is 9 months and will only eat yoghurt off a spoon so everything is finger food. In addition to fruit and veg

Examples are

Toast and various toppings banana, avacado, dairylea
Eggy bread
Veggie muffins
Lentil and cheese wedges
Fish cakes
Pitta with tuna mayo
Pasta and cheese sauce
Veggie fritters

Littlef00t Mon 15-Dec-14 18:12:37

My freezer staples are veggie muffins, meatloaf portions, sweet potato and butternut squash wedges, and mini oven omelettes (omelette recipe cooked in muffin tins)

I also have mini portions of tomato sauce with veg and herbs, and cheese sauce squirrelled away.

Frozen veg is your friend.

missknows Thu 18-Dec-14 21:01:11

I don't blw. I'm old school- cook, puree, freeze but it works for us.

DD loves
chicken pasta bake
cottage pie
spag bol
chicken korma
veg risotto

I add quite a bit of extra veg to these meals.

These are the foods I cook a massive pot of. Have for tea that night and freeze loads for the days when I cook something I can't give her.

She's just 11 months btw but I've been doing this for months.

Misty9 Sat 20-Dec-14 20:23:39

Hello smile dd is 8 months and mostly baby led weaning, her choice! she's a mini dustbin and will eat most things we do, eg:
Scrambled egg
Spaghetti bol
Soup (fed)
Cheese toasties
jacket spud
Roast dinner (her favourite)
Steak, this evening!
Pasta meals (tuna etc)
Pizza (!)

Like I said, mini dustbin... grin

One that I often cook and freeze for both kids is macaroni cheese. Ds was such a nightmare to wean, it's a delight seeing how much dd loves her food!

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