Making your delicious leftovers twice as nice.
Baby will love you for starting this holiday tradition any time of year.
These are the perfect finger food for baby and toddlers!
My kids used to believe these were cookies.
Jen’s a big fan of chia – it’s the ultimate superfood!
I wish I could take credit for this ingenious idea, but I have to give it up for one of our Baby
My kids are always scouring the freezer for homemade popsicles, and these are the creamy treats t
A creative combo for babies 6 months and up.
My family adores a good potpie. It warms the body as it warms the soul.
These little breadsticks were a big seller at the farmers market.
This was one of our founding recipes and a top seller at the farmers market!
Quinoa is high in the flavonoid quercetin, which is an antioxidant.
try Baby Gourmet in your recipes
We took brown rice, rich banana and bright blueberries and turned a dish usually reserved for fancy restaurants into a nutritious meal for babies.
This exotic medley combines the goodness of spinach with creamy Greek yogurt, introducing baby to unique flavours like kiwi and mangosteen.
A favourite since our farmers market days. We started each morning with a bowl of warming oatmeal, brimming with bananas and creamy Greek yogurt.
Delicious baked apple gets a boost with Omega-3! We combined sweet apples with the goodness of chia, and added a dash of cinnamon to introduce baby to new flavours.
growing up gourmet
When you first start solids, and up until about 18 months, babies are fairly accepting of new foods that you introduce—I call this the “honeymoon stage of feeding”—where they enthusiastically experiment with and taste anything that you put in front of them.