The Toddler Bistro: Toddler-Approved Recipes and Expert Nutrition Advice

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Bull Pub., 2009 - Cooking - 164 pages
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Based on the most current nutritional information available, this accessible reference offers new mothers a fresh approach to feeding a toddler. More than a how-to guide, this unique handbook offers innovative elements—from whimsical illustrations to clever recipe names. Colorful devices and asides—“foolish fats,” “funky fruits,” and “meat monsters”—call attention to special topics, making them easy to remember. Assisting parents in developing an approach to food that is easy, organized, and fun, this study offers helpful tips through entertaining features such as “Bistro Basics” and “Chef’s Secrets.” Focusing on the age range of one to three years—when new foods and tastes are typically introduced—this survey also includes tips and tricks for quick shopping, easy recipes, and nutrient and supplement needs. Blending the basics of good nutrition with expert advice and guidance, this comprehensive manual is ideal for both the working and stay-at-home mom.

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Review: The Toddler Bistro: Toddler-Approved Recipes and Expert Nutrition Advice

User Review  - Holly - Goodreads

A great resource for parents of picky eaters. The recipes are easy with mostly simple/common ingredients (no special shopping trips required) and have an 80% success rate with my two little ones ... Read full review

Review: The Toddler Bistro: Toddler-Approved Recipes and Expert Nutrition Advice

User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

I didnt really learn anything new about a toddler's diet from this book. There are some interesting recipes though. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Christina Schmidt, MS, is a nutritionist and a certified nutrition educator who has been featured on NBC's Today show and has written nutrition articles for The Bump magazine. She is the author of The Baby Bistro, Baby Bistro Box, and Toddler Bistro Box. She lives in Santa Barbara, California.

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