Baby and Toddler Meals For Dummies

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Wiley, Jul 31, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 336 pages
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Includes tips for feeding picky eaters and kids with allergies



Understand your child's nutritional needs and prepare fast, tasty meals

Babies and toddlers need good nutrition to grow and thrive, and this essential, timesaving guide makes it easy to feed your child right. It explains exactly what foods you should introduce at what ages -- and shows you how to prepare fresh, home-cooked baby and toddler meals that beat anything you can get from a jar or box.

Discover how to
* Save money and expand your baby-food budget
* Dish up healthy, well-balanced meals
* Introduce new foods at the right time
* Serve foods with high kid-appeal
* Have fun cooking with your child

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About the author (2006)

Dawn Simmons is a cooking instructor and caterer. The co-author of Cooking For Crowds For Dummies (Wiley), Dawn enjoys cooking for her children, family, and friends, and she’s always on the lookout for a new recipe! You can contact Dawn at dawnfsimmons@hotmail.com.

Curt Simmons is a technology trainer and author of more than 50 general computing and networking books. Curt is the co-author of Cooking For Crowds For Dummies (Wiley), and he enjoys gardening and eating Dawn’s cooking. You can contact Curt at curt_simmons@hotmail.com.

Sallie Warren, MS has been a Registered and Licensed Dietician for the past 20 years and is currently a consultant dietician for hospitals, assisted living centers, and long-term-care facilities. Sallie’s work enables her to work with all ages of people concerning their nutritional needs, including new mothers, babies, and children.

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