Natural Baby Food Reviews

Natural Baby Food Reviews

A healthy baby is a natural baby and Dr. Sonali Ruder’s new recipe collection Natural Baby Food ensures that babies get the nutrition they need and develop good eating habits that will benefit them for years to come. This cookbook features more than 150 nutritious recipes designed to please even the pickiest palate. Divided into sections to reflect different stages of a baby’s growth, Natural Baby Food is a quick, reliable guide to help any parent keep their baby or toddler happy and healthy and well fed.

But don’t just take our word for it! Read what some food bloggers, nutritionists and mothers have to say about Natural Baby Food below. Click on their website link for their full reviews and for a bonus treat, most have even re-created some of the wonderful recipes from the book!

More reviews to come…

“Many of the recipes are a great way to introduce baby to new foods and flavors in a fun and tasty way.”
Tawnie Kroll, Kroll’s Korner (+ Cheesy Quinoa Broccoli Bites Recipe!)

“…packed with easy and delicious recipes that your kids will LOVE.”
Lindsay Freedman, The Toasted Pine Nut (+ Blueberry Dutch Baby Recipe!)

“…an easy to use, full of great information cookbook that not only can be for babies but for big ol’ kids and adults!”
Alice Phillips, Ally’s Kitchen (+ Zucchini Fries Recipe!)

“…contains over 150 wholesome, nutritious recipes for your baby and toddler plus […] information to help you navigate this new world of feeding your little one!”
Melanie Starita, Be Truly Nourished (+ Whipped Ricotta and Blueberries Recipe!)

“What I like best is that the book is full of recipes that everyone can enjoy and is an excellent way to get your babies to grow up learning to eat all different types, textures, and cuisines.”
Meme Inge, Living Well Kitchen (+ Grilled Cheese Dippers Recipe!)

“If you’re looking for nutritional guidance for babies and toddlers, complete with delicious recipes and sage advice, I have just the book for you.”
Marissa Stevens, Pinch and Swirl (+ Steamed Cherry Puree Recipe!)

“…an amazing resource for all moms out there.”
Tara Rochford, Treble in the Kitchen (+ Pumpkin Banana Snack bites Recipe!)

“I can’t wait to share this special book with my sister (and new mom).”
Alanna Waldron, Eat Real Food

“…makes it easy for moms to not only whip up food for their toddlers, but also nourish their own body with wholesome, delicious nutrition.”
Elizabeth Shaw, Shaw Simple Swaps (+ Easy Peasy Pizza Recipe Video!)

“… all about giving your baby a great start to good health by planning a healthy diet.”
Justine Fontinell, Full Belly Sisters (+ Cauliflower Cheesy Bread Recipe!)

“I’m a big fan of her book!”
Kristina LaRue, Love & Zest (+ Vegetarian Baby Burrito Bowls Recipe!)

“…full of helpful information and will help make the transition from breastfeeding to eating solids a breeze.”
Lauren Sharifi, Bite of Health Nutrition (+ Banana Date Oat Muffins Recipe!)

“I wish I had this wonderful cookbook when my children were babies and toddlers, and young children.”
Lynette Moore, Moore or Less Cooking (+ Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice Skillet Bake Recipe!)

“If you have a little one (or a little one on the way) I totally recommend this book!”
Kalee Lundmark, The Crowded Table (+ Millet Porridge with Apples & Cinnamon Recipe!)

“Not only does she provide a myriad of amazing recipes, but they are wholesome recipes that you can feel good about feeding your babies and toddlers.”
Sara Haas, The Cookin’ RD

“There’s so much to love about this cookbook.”
Jessie Erwin, The Happiness in Health

“…a book new mommas will definitely want to keep. Not just for the present time – but for years to come!”
Lauren O’Connor, Nutri Savvy Health

“…overflowing with recipes for every stage of baby-feeding, from purees to finger foods.”
Gretchen Brown, Kumquat (+ Cauliflower Cheesy Bread Recipe!)

“I wish this cookbook had been available when I was going through the early stages of feeding my girls…”
Jessica Levinson, Nutritioulicious

“…there is a whole section on making ‘homemade food’ which makes me really excited.”
Dixya Bhattarai, Food, Pleasure & Health

“You’ll feel great feeding your little one nutritious, whole food based recipes.”
Amee Livingston, Amee’s Savory Dish (+ Zucchini Tots Recipe!)

“If you’re not up to baby making or way past that phase of your life, this book is still for you!”
Chelsey Amer, CitNutritionally (+ Sweet Potato Pancake Recipe!)

“If you’re pregnant or have a little one (or have friends in such situations), it’s a wonderful resource with tons of recipes.”
Caroline Kaufmann, Eat Better Stress Less (+ Peaches and Cream Baked Oatmeal Recipe!)

“…a great resource, as it gives simple, yet uninque recipes and flavor combinations to try.”
Jennifer Shea Rawn, My Cape Cod Kitchen (+ Blueberry Dutch Baby Recipe!)

“…not only contains wholesome, nutritious recipes, but also contains complete information on when, how, why, and what to feed your baby and toddler.”
Jennifer Lynn-Pullman, Nourished Simply

“…a great book for anyone wanting to give their baby the best nutrition possible when starting on solids and beyond.”
Brittany Poulson, Your Choice Nutrition (+ Zucchini Tots Recipe!)

“… the perfect resource for both experienced parents like me, or new parents.”
Julia Boebel-Jolliff, A Cedar Spoon (+ Peaches and Cream Baked Oatmeal Recipe!)

“…the target audience is for moms-to-be/moms, but even if you don’t have any kids, you’ll find lots of super tasty recipes for yourself and others in here.”
Farrah Whey, Fairyburger

“If you are a parent with little ones, or know a parent-to-be, this book would be a fantastic purchase.”
Lauren Gibson, Eating With a Purpose (+ Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice Skillet Bake Recipe!)

“I brought this book to work and shared it with several of the moms of young children.”
Ann Krause, Sumptuous Spoonfuls (+ Veggie-licious Millet Cakes Recipe!)

“By spending time together and teaching your children to cook, you’ll be giving them invaluable tools that they’ll use for the rest of their lives.”
Sonali Ruder guest blogging on Mom to Mom Nutrition (+ Barbecue Cheddar Mini Meatloaves Recipe!)

“Kids and adults alike will love this…”
EA Stewart, Spicy RD Nutrition (+ Cauliflower Cheese Bread Recipe!)

Natural Baby Food is available wherever books are sold including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Penguin Random House, and Hatherleigh Press. You can learn more about author Dr. Sonali Ruder and see more of her wonderful recipes over at her blog The Foodie Physician.

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