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  • Published: 24 April 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448146765
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 192

The Baby-led Weaning Cookbook

Over 130 delicious recipes for the whole family to enjoy




An illustrated cookbook full of simple and delicious baby-led weaning recipes to share with the whole family, from the authors of Baby-led Weaning

In Baby-led Weaning, leading health visitor Gill Rapley and journalist and mum Tracey Murkett introduced parents to a common sense, easy and enjoyable approach to feeding your child, allowing your baby to join in with family meals right from the start of the weaning process. Now The Baby-led Weaning Cookbook offers comprehensive recipes and meal plans to follow so the entire family can take part in making your child a happy and confident eater.

Full of healthy, delicious meals the whole family will enjoy, and beautifully illustrated throughout, The Baby-led Weaning Cookbook also includes:
- simple advice on how to start weaning
- essential at-a-glance information on nutrition and food safety
- recipes for desserts and family dinners, as well as ideas for quick snacks and lunch boxes
- anecdotes and quotes from parents

The Baby-led Weaning Cookbook will give parents the confidence to create exciting and enjoyable mealtimes, allowing their baby to develop his skills as he progresses with food.

  • Published: 24 April 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448146765
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 192

About the authors

Gill Rapley

Gill Rapley worked as a health visitor for 20 years and has also been a midwife and breastfeeding counsellor. She initiated the current trend for baby-led weaning after conducting a study as part of her MSc. She lectures widely to health visitors and midwives and has recently launched a DVD showing parents how to introduce solids using baby-led weaning.

Tracey Murkett

Tracey Murkett is a freelance writer who used the Baby-led Weaning approach to introduce solid food to her own children.

Praise for The Baby-led Weaning Cookbook

[Baby-led weaning] makes life so much easier

The Times

I see many happy children, who choose their own food independently and eat at their own pace

Stefan Kleintjes, paediatric dietician

the benefits are great

Independent

It sounds like common sense: after all, would you want to be strapped into a high chair and force-fed spoon after spoon of bland vegetables? It's surely much more exciting to be able to exercise a bit of control over your diet

Guardian

[Baby-led weaning] could radically simplify infant feeding

Telegraph

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