Baby at the Table: A 3-Step Guide to Weaning the Italian Way

Baby at the Table is a 3-step guide to making your favourite meals their favourite flavours

Michela and Emanuela’s Italian approach to weaning will have your baby eating solid food and enjoying meals with the whole family by the time they celebrate their first birthday.

Involving clever combinations of simple ingredients, no special kit, and under 15 minutes’ preparation time for each recipe, your baby will quickly progress from basic no-cook purées to interesting snacks and delicious fresh meals eaten at the table.

The 3-Step Guide:

Baby: a foolproof introduction to their first steps in food
– 6-8 months: enjoying a variety of flavours
– 8-10 months: exploring textures
– 10-12 months: experiencing first meals
– clever natural teething solutions
– ‘masking it’ tricks

Toddler: happy, healthy tummies for them and a stress-free life for you
– finger foods
– speedy lunchtime meals
– travel and lunchbox solutions
– quick-fix snacks
– tips on dealing with picky eaters

Femily: feed your whole family (baby included) one meal
– recipes for Brunches, Speedy Dinners, One-pot Meals, Desserts and Bakes
– tasty Italian classics you’ll return to again and again:
Red pepper and super-bean Bolognese
Speedy cheat’s pizza
Fish pies in a mug
Chicken pot pie
Salmon and sweet potato parcel
Chocolate ricotta pudding
– ‘4-ways-with’ sections for porridge, pesto, eggs, jacket potatoes and leftovers
– healthy make-ahead meal ideas
– how to get the kids involved

‘How to get babies eating family meals by the age of ONE . . . it’s much easier than you think. A cross between a parenting guide and a cookbook. Simple enough even for a child to understand. Full of recipes that the whole family can enjoy – baby included. And they all take 15 minutes or less’ Daily Mail

‘Family food, Italian style’ Daily Telegraph

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2 Responses to Baby at the Table: A 3-Step Guide to Weaning the Italian Way

  1. Anonymous says:

    Good, simple, honest advice delivered clearly and concisely. Think of it as having a friend in the kitchen with you sharing their experiences and tips over a cuppa.The tone of voice is friendly and non judgemental (I have read books that had me feeling like I was committing my child to a lifetime of illness and obesity if I didn’t follow their advice)! This book has worked for me because it fits my ethos around family meal times as a positive and fun experience, my goal has been…