Based on your answers, we’ve put together a step by step plan for you to get the most common allergens into your baby’s diet.
If your baby is already eating solids, get started today introducing the top 9 allergens: milk, egg peanut, wheat, soy, sesame, treenuts, fish and shellfish. Once complete, your baby is ready for SpoonfulONE!
Here are some recipe inspirations to get you started.
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|Allergen||Key Ingredient||Option 1||Option 2||Option 3|
|Day 1||Milk||Plain yogurt (4-8 tablespoons / Day)|
|Day 2||Milk||Same as above|
|Day 3||Egg||Scrambled egg (~⅓ of an egg)|
|Day 4||Egg||Same As Above|
|Day 5||Peanut||Peanut Butter (~2 teaspoons)|
|Day 6||Peanut||Same As Above|
|Day 7||Wheat||Infant wheat cereal|
|Day 8||Wheat||Infant wheat cereal|
|Day 9||Soy + Sesame||Sesame: ~2 tablespoons of Hummus|
|Day 10||Soy + Sesame||Soy 2 tablespoons of soft tofu|
|Day 11||Tree Nuts||Mixed Nut Butters, 1 Tablespoon|
|Day 12||Tree Nuts||Same as above|
|Day 13||Fish + Shellfish||Fish, 1 ounce|
|Day 14||Fish + Shellfish||Shrimp, 1 ounce|
|Day 15||All Common Allergens - Milk, Egg, Peanut, Treenuts, Wheat, Fish, Shellfish, Sesame, and Soy||SpoonfulONE Packet|
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It’s critical that your baby gets common food allergens into their daily diet for about one year. The benefit from early introduction only comes with routine feeding.
Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson
To train your baby’s immune system, it’s important that you keep your baby on an allergen-FULL diet. SpoonfulONE is here to make this as easy as possible.
We designed SpoonfulONE to help make your life easier, since preparing daily meals with many potential allergens takes time. That said, if you’d like to try cooking a few allergen-FULL meals, check out our blog for recipes or click the link below for a full list of ingredients.