In 2003, I started the award-winning baby food website Wholesome Baby Food.com. WholesomeBabyFood.com, was the #1 rated destination website for food and nutrition in the parenting segment. The audience grew to average over 1 million visitors per month prior to being acquired by Evolve Media in 2011. The website now operates under the Momtastic umbrella.
I had the amazing opportunity to publish two books based on the website and my love of cooking and nourishing babies.
You don’t eat all of your food out of jars, why should your baby?
The Slow Cooker Baby Food Cookbook shows you how to make your own baby food from natural, wholesome ingredients using flavors you know your baby will love. Think you don’t have the time?
Hello slow cooker! If you think you don’t have time to make fresh homemade baby food, this is where the slow cooker comes in. Now you can prepare, puree and store a batch of foods and meals easily when you cook with the slow cooker. My newest book, The Slow Cooker Baby Food Cookbook showcases 60 purees and fruit sauces for your growing baby, as well as recipes for cereals, spoon and finger foods and meals the whole family will enjoy. The book also includes other important health and food safety information.
Parents and caregivers will learn about safely introducing solid foods to baby as well as find information about food allergies and food safety including storing, freezing, and reheating all recipes so your baby’s meals remain as healthy, safe and tasty as when you first prepared them.
Baby food doesn’t need to be tasteless, processed and come in a jar.
Pick up The Wholesome Baby Food Guide: Over 150 Easy, Delicious, and Healthy Recipes from Purees to Solids and I’ll show you how easy it is to feed your baby fresh, vibrant and delicious homemade goodness.
Based on the top-rated baby food website, The Wholesome Baby Food Guide is filled with carefully researched information on nutrition, allergies, myths, and the best practices for introducing foods to your little ones.
Contianing more than 150 recipes, as well as storage tips, and allergy alerts, I review the three major stages of a baby’s learning to eat: 4-6 months, 6-8 months, and 8 months and up.
With courage, humor, and gentle motivation, this book will show parents that their baby’s food doesn’t have to come from a jar to be healthy and safe. In fact, the healthiest, safest, and tastiest (not to mention least expensive!) foods for babies are those cooked from real ingredients in the kitchen at home.