Infant nutritionist / Makes Ella's Good
Babies can pull all sorts of faces when they try a new food + even if they look reeeally disgusted, it doesn’t mean they won’t accept the food after a few tries. Make sure you have cameras at the ready to capture those first big taste faces! Don't forget to share on social using #ellaskitchen
Research shows babies who are introduced to a variety of single veg, early + throughout the weaning journey are more likely to accept + grow up eating veg than those who are given just fruits.
Try these different flavours with your baby and watch their faces for their reaction:
Studies show that the more variety of foods babies eat, the more accepting they may be of new foods as they get older so offer little ones a rainbow of veg + fruit + eat lots of variety in front of your baby so they can learn by your example.
Pssst! Remember you only need to try a tiny taste on the tip of the tongue at first!
A super quick + easy peasy game, perfect for playing with little ones from 6months+
Keep your little ones busy with this fun sensory smelly socks activity to engage their sense of smell!