Instant Pot Baby Food and Toddler Food Cookbook: Wholesome Food That Cooks Up Fast in Your Instant Pot or Other Electric Pressure Cooker

Harness the power of your Instant Pot—or other electric pressure cooker or multi-cooker—to make fresh and flavorful, safe and natural, fast and convenient foods for your baby or toddler!

Parents everywhere are turning to do-it-yourself baby food making. They do so to ensure that the food they feed their children is all-natural and free of additives. They do it because, in recent years, pediatricians and dietitians have been recommending that a baby’s diet—and especially a toddler’s diet—feature a wide variety of ingredients, well beyond what you can buy in jars at the supermarket. And, nothing to sneeze at, they do it to save money—sometimes lots of money.

How do they find the time? It isn’t always easy. Enter the wildly popular Instant Pot, along with other brands of electric pressure cooker, the perfect solution for time-crunched moms and dads. Pressure cooking is skyrocketing in popularity in large part because of its speed. You can cook up a batch of baby purees or toddler cereals in a matter of minutes. Consider how long some classic ingredients in baby foods, such as potatoes, apples, and squash, would take to cook up on a stove top or in an oven. Now reduce that time to a fraction of what it was and you can see why pressure cooking is the ideal method for making baby and toddler foods.
 
No less an expert than Barbara Schieving, the world’s most widely read blogger on pressure cooking (her blog is called Pressure Cooking Today), author of the best-selling The Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook, and a mom and recent grandmother herself, delivers here 100 tasty and good-looking recipes that will make you feel good about how you are feeding your kids—and will make them smile with delight at mealtime.

For the youngest crowd, she serves up simple vegetable and fruit purees, more-complex combination purees, and an abundance of fruit sauces. For children who are entering toddlerhood, or are already there, there are cereals of all kinds and finger foods and spoon foods for all tastes, no matter how picky. With take-it-to-the-bank guidance on how to get the most from your cooker, plus loads of ideas on how to make and store big batches that will freeze for later use, this is a trustworthy kitchen companion parents will turn to again and again.

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Slow Cooked Paleo: 75 Real Food Recipes for Effortless, Wholesome Meals in Your Slow Cooker

Satisfying Paleo Meals without the Effort

Feed your family wholesome meals that are a cinch to prepare with these downright delicious Paleo masterpieces. Layered with flavor and packed with a nutritious punch, these slow cooker meals make following the Paleo diet simple and convenient. Updated versions of already familiar meals smooth the transition to Paleo cooking and eating, and options for making meals vegetarian, low carb and AIP-friendly mean that everybody can enjoy tantalizing Paleo favorites, regardless of dietary restrictions.

Even the busiest home cooks can simply toss a few ingredients in the slow cooker at the start of the day to create fuss-free Paleo-friendly dinners, including:

Simmerin’ Hawaiian Fajitas
Better-for-You Beef Bourguignon
Italian Harvest Chicken Soup
Coconut-Lime–Poached Halibut
Tenderloin Cacciatore
Butternut-Bacon Bisque with Shrimp
Cherry Chuck Roast
Smoky Chorizo Chicken
Slow-Herbed Salmon

Featuring a foreword by Paleo pro Mark Sisson, this authoritative collection makes it easier than ever for you to fuel your body with tasty dishes all day long.

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The Instant Pot Baby Food Cookbook: Wholesome Recipes That Cook Up Fast-in Any Brand of Electric Pressure Cooker

Use your Instant Pot—or other electric pressure cooker or multi-cooker—to make fresh and flavorful, safe and natural, fast and convenient foods for your baby!

Parents everywhere are turning to do-it-yourself baby food making. They do so to ensure that the food they feed their children is all-natural and free of additives.They do it because, in recent years, pediatricians and dietitians have been recommending that a baby’s diet feature a wide variety of ingredients, well beyond what you can buy in jars at the supermarket. And, nothing to sneeze at, they do it to save money.

How do they find the time? It isn’t always easy. Enter the wildly popular Instant Pot, along with other brands of electric pressure cooker, the perfect solution for time-crunched moms and dads. Pressure cooking is skyrocketing in popularity in large part because of its speed. You can cook up a batch of baby purees, fruit sauces, or cereals in a matter of minutes. Consider how long some classic ingredients in baby foods, such as potatoes, apples, and squash, would take to cook up on a stove top or in an oven. Now reduce that time to a fraction of what it was and you can see why pressure cooking is the ideal method for making baby foods yourself.
 
No less an expert than Barbara Schieving, the world’s most widely read blogger on pressure cooking (her blog is called Pressure Cooking Today), author of the best-selling The Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook, and a mom and recent grandmother herself, delivers here more than 50 tasty and good-looking recipes that will make you feel good about how you are feeding your kids—and will make them smile with delight at mealtime.

With take-it-to-the-bank guidance on how to get the most from your cooker, this is a trustworthy kitchen companion parents will turn to again and again.
 

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Baby Food Maker Cookbook: 125 Fresh, Wholesome, Organic Recipes for Your Baby Food Maker Device or Stovetop

From the blogger behind sweetphi.com, this is the first cookbook for the popular baby food maker device, with 125 delicious, wholesome, nourishing recipes that will take baby from first purees to solids and beyond. Every recipe works for each of the popular models of the device and is adaptable for the stovetop plus a food processor, as well!
 
Blogger and new mom Philia Kelnhofer is an expert at cooking up simple and nutritious meals for on-the-go families. But when it came time for her to introduce first foods to her baby, she was surprised by the challenges presented by seemingly simple purees. After making a mass batch of sweet potatoes that mostly went to waste, she tried out the baby food maker device, which steams and blends in one canister to make small, baby-sized quantities of food. She discovered she could create yummy, nourishing purees in just ten minutes—from Apple Cinnamon to Lemony Zucchini, and everything in between!
 
The Baby Food Maker Cookbook is the complete resource for parents who want to know what to feed the newest eaters in their families. Illustrated with beautiful photography, the 125 recipes are organized by the timeframe for introducing foods over the first twelve months. Plus, the book includes:
* A guide to using the baby food maker
* Nutrition information for first foods
* A handy calendar for tracking food introduction
* Adult-friendly dishes so you can use the device beyond baby
 
From single-ingredient purees to delicious treats like Apple Pear Cinnamon Sauce Yogurt Parfaits, Chickpea-Sweet Potato Spread, and Berry, Avocado, and Coconut Milk Smoothie, these recipes show how to make the most of your baby food maker—and are just what you need to support your baby’s development.

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It All Begins with Food: From Baby’s First Foods to Wholesome Family Meals: Over 120 Delicious Recipes for Clean Eating and Healthy Living

From Leah Garrad-Cole, founder of the prominent Love Child Organics brand of baby and children’s foods, comes an all-occasions first book of recipes and parent-tested advice on how to feed your children wholesome and delicious foods that the entire family will enjoy.

It All Begins With Food. That’s the Love Child Organics motto, a philosophy that was born of the desire to provide delicious and nutritious foods for babies and children and to encourage a lifelong love of healthy eating. Leah Garrad-Cole’s cookbook expands on this mission, providing simple-to-make, healthy recipes for everything from baby foods to baked goods, and finger foods to family meals. You’ll find inspiration for preparing the everyday essentials–breakfast, lunch, and dinner–and innovative ways to create healthier versions of processed foods and celebratory treats for special occasions, as well as tips on stocking your pantry so you’re ready for anything.
     Leah’s own experiences as a mother and special education teacher have taught her how and what kids like to eat best. With an unwavering focus on replacing ingredients that have little nutritional value with ones that are nutritionally dense, the book includes a range of delicious recipes, from Cheesy Veggie Mash, Roasted Sweet Potato Fries, Mini Baked Frittatas, and Chunky Chicken Noodle and Superfood Soup, to Overnight Strawberry Cocoa Oatmeal, Omega Monkey Milkshake, and Raspberry Vanilla Heart Cookies. Leah also provides recipes for supermarket favorites, like Cheesy Little Crackers, allowing families to consume homemade versions of everyday staples without having to spend too much time in the kitchen. Her adaptable, easy-going recipes and tips will be invaluable to anyone with young children.
     Packed with vibrant photography, up-to-date information, and practical advice on how to encourage healthy family eating, this book will quickly become a go-to guide for cooking with love: of food and family.

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DIY Baby Food Cookbook: 40 Wholesome Homemade Recipes That Will Ensure Your Baby Is Bouncing With Health

Introducing solid food to your baby’s diet can be a worrying time. As a busy mom, the thought of making homemade baby food can be daunting. But when you consider the additives and unknown ingredients in grocery store baby food, it really is a no-brainer. Apart from the economic benefits, you need to know that the food you are giving your precious little one is safe to eat and provides the nutrients and vitamins he or she needs for a healthy mind and body. By preparing additive-free food for your baby, you can rest assured that you are helping to shape your child’s food choices for many years to come. (It is important to discuss any issues that you may have in respect to the introduction of solid foods to your child’s diet with your doctor or pediatrician. You can chat with him or her about any foods that you feel may pose an allergy risk to your child).

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