The Super Easy Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook: 55 Simple Recipes to Introduce Your Baby to Solids (Paperback)

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The Super Easy Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook: 55 Simple Recipes to Introduce Your Baby to Solids (Paperback)


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A simple, reassuring introduction to baby-led weaning

Baby-led weaning (BLW) is a popular method that helps babies become comfortable with starting solid foods. Discover a quick-start guide and complete baby cookbook with simple and healthy recipes that set baby on a path toward food enjoyment and independence. This baby-food recipe book will guide you through introducing tastes and textures, teaching baby to eat (and stop eating) on their own, and keeping them from becoming a picky eater.

With recipes like Baked Cinnamon Apple Wedges and Easy Chicken Noodle Soup, you'll discover tried-and-tested foods designed for growing hands, mouths, and tummies.

Inside The Super Easy Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook, you'll find:
  • The basics of BLW—Learn which foods to avoid in the first year, proper portion sizes, and how to distinguish gagging from choking.
  • Simple, healthy recipes—Introduce new foods with balanced recipes made with easy-to-find ingredients.
  • Allergens at a glance—Quickly identify common potential allergens with handy recipe labels.

Confidently begin baby-led weaning with convenient recipes and straightforward guidance.
TOK-HUI YEAP, RD, CSP, LD, is a registered dietitian and a certified pediatric nutritionist. Born in Malaysia, she moved to America for a degree in nutrition and dietetics and now enjoys working with families to optimize their health. Tok-Hui lives with her family in Eugene, OR, and started her blog,, to share her passion for food nutrition.
Product Details ISBN: 9781648764257
ISBN-10: 1648764258
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: August 31st, 2021
Pages: 118
Language: English
"Introducing nourishing table foods to your baby is an exciting time in parenthood. Tok-Hui shares her expertise in this excellent resource that goes far beyond recipes and gives detailed guidance about safely preparing and sharing meals with little ones. I look forward to sharing her book with my patients' families!" —Dr. Miranda Lanning, pediatrician

"Tok-Hui Yeap's The Super Easy Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook provides the ABCs to BLW. Her easy-to-follow, nutritious recipes are a great place to start with the newest eater in your household. As an accomplished pediatric dietician and a mom, you can count on her knowledge and experience to guide you and your baby through their first meals." —Garret Zallen, pediatric surgeon

"As a mom accidentally thrust into the world of BLW with my second child who rejected purees, I wish I had had Tok-Hui's book to guide me and give me ideas for what and when to feed her. As a pediatrician, I think that The Super Easy Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook is an accurate and evidence-based resource for infant feeding, and uses the anticipatory guidance that I give to parents wondering how and when to start feeding their babies. This book is great for any family with a baby, wanting to understand safe and fun ways to introduce foods." —Angela Zallen, MD, FAAP, pediatrician

"Tok Hui makes baby-led weaning safe, fun, and accessible to all parents. She addresses the typical fears that often accompany BLW while providing nutritious and easy recipes. The Super Easy Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook is the perfect starting place for parents." —Lindsey Leighton, MS, RD, CSP, pediatric dietitian

"This super easy cookbook can motivate caregivers to use a different way for introducing solid foods to babies' diet—the baby-led weaning technique. More than a cookbook, it includes 'how-to' like a manual that's clearly and concisely written and fun to read. The tips and recipes are drawn from Tok-Hui's years of experience as a registered dietitian nutritionist for children and families and also as a young mother. Such experience has enabled her to make a complex topic simple and practical for the caregivers and babies." —Dawna T. Mughal, PhD, RDN, associate professor emerita, former dietetics program director