Pediatricians recommend keeping your baby’s diet filled with allergens on a daily basis at least through the first year of life, as the immune system is growing and learning.
Of course, SpoonfulONE makes this easy - and includes the top 16 allergens responsible for over 90% of food allergies.
But if you find yourself with some extra time and want to adventure in the kitchen, here are some allergen-FULL recipes to introduce to your baby.
A simple meal that babies can pick up and eat, these delicious homemade baby biscuits are great finger foods for your eager infant to try. Plus they are filled with nutrients your baby needs to grow - like iron!
A mixture of avocados, spinach and fruit makes this smoothie a tart and healthy treat your baby won’t be able to get enough of. And you can always add in extra allergens or other ingredients for some extra flavor. Consider substituting cow’s milk with formula, breast milk, or yogurt.
Blend peanut butter, sweet mango, and banana for a delicious and safe treat. This smooth and sweet baby food puree is the perfect way to introduce peanut butter to your baby in a format that won’t be too sticky for your baby’s first bite.
Introducing your baby to fish can seem like a difficult task, but not with this easy and delicious recipe! This recipe includes 3 different allergen types, one of which is egg, so make sure it is cooked fully with no runny yolks or whites!
Canned wild salmon (or even substitute it for tuna) will make these salmon cakes a delicious new treat for your baby to try. Plus, it is rich with healthy fats that are important for infant brain development! Serve alongside your child’s favorite grain, veggie, or fruit, and to add a little extra flavor, try topping it with a little mayo or a ketchup!