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So what foods have your babies tried and liked? I make all of Elli's and am looking for incentive.
We have tried squash, carrots, sweet potatoes, peas, apples, pears, bananas, prunes,blueberries, apricots, peaches and avocados. Her favorite breakfast is prunes mixed with bananas. Her second favorite dish is applesauce with pureed blueberries. She is not nearly as fond off the veggies. (Oh year, she likes mashed potatoes off my plate (I make them with almond milk and no butter to be dairy free) and she liked bits of the chocolate chip cookies I made yesterday. She actually said MMMMM>
So far he's only tasted a tiny amount of Banana and Sweet Potato. Loved both of them. I just made some sweet potatoes yesterday so those will be the first food he will get when we start solids. I will try the cereal too though since I can mix it with frozen bm that I have stored.
Morgan has tried apples, sweet potatoes, bananas, carrots, and pears. Her clear favorites are sweet potatoes and pears. She just had pears for the first time this morning and loved them. I've been mixing 1 tablespoon of oatmeal with 2 tablespoons of BM. Then I add about 1/3 of a container of whatever puree right to the oatmeal. She seems to like it that way.
So far we've tried bananas, carrots, green beans, sweet potatoes, squash, avocado, apples, and pickles. He loves every thing I give him. I bought baby yogurt and realized too late it was blueberry, so we're going to try blueberries this week, so we can try baby yogurt and not have it be two new foods at one time.