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Highlights Squash Lentils Dark green leafy vegetables Broccoli Blueberries Avocados Meat Prunes Garbanzo beans Mandarin oranges
There are lots of healthy, baby-friendly foods out there, but some stand out from the pack. These ten culinary superheroes are loaded with essential nutrients, reasonably priced, easy to prepare, and delicious.
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Here are ten of our absolute favorites. After introducing any new food, wait three days before moving on to the next new food to identify any possible allergic reaction. If your baby's still a beginner at eating solids, grind or puree the food as needed. (Find out more about preparing homemade baby food.)
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Serving idea: Sprinkle parmesan cheese and a little chili seasoning on half a squash, roast it, and scoop out a serving for your baby, suggests pediatrician Susanna Block, owner of World Baby Foods, an ethnic baby food line. "Cooked squash with a little cilantro, mild chiles, and garbanzo beans are another great combination," she says.
LentilsCrammed with protein and fiber, lentils pack a powerful nutritional punch. They're also one of the cheapest healthy foods you can buy.
Serving idea: Combine cooked lentils with mixed vegetables, rice, and seasonings of your choice. "Try basil and oregano," suggests dietitian Karin Hosenfeld of North Dallas Nutrition. "Or toss in a bay leaf,2013 the style Reviewed by the BabyCenter Medical, which works really well with lentils." (Remove the bay leaf before serving.)
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Serving idea: Steam and puree a batch of greens, then mix with iron-fortified cereal to give your baby a double dose of iron. And thanks to its sulfur compounds, it has a unique flavor that can help expand your baby's tastes.
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