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by Annabel Karmel

  • Author: Annabel Karmel
  • ISBN: 0743275241
  • ISBN13: 978-0743275248
  • ePub: 1266 kb | FB2: 1646 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Special Diet
  • Publisher: Atria Books; Reprint edition (January 4, 2011)
  • Pages: 192
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 391
  • Format: docx lrf txt doc
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Now in paperback from bestselling author Annabel Karmel, a comprehensive guide for parents on how to pick and prepare the healthiest and tastiest foods for their children. Boost your baby’s health with Annabel Karmel’s delicious recipes and creative advice for feeding your child in the first five years. All parents want the best for their children.

SuperFoods by Annabel Karmel - Now in paperback from bestselling author Annabel Karmel, a comprehensive .

SuperFoods by Annabel Karmel - Now in paperback from bestselling author Annabel Karmel, a comprehensive guide for parents on how to pick and prepare th. .As a mother of three and author of more than twenty books on healthy food for children, Annabel Karmel knows better than anyone not only what children should eat but what children will eat. SuperFoods is both a cookbook and a reference manual that helps parents recognize the nutritional value in even the simplest foods. In addition to a variety of tempting recipes and invaluable advice, SuperFoods includes

Annabel Karmel understands this better than most - as a trained cook and the mother of three growing children she not only knows what kids should eat but also knows what they will eat. In SuperFoods for Babies and Toddlers, Annabel takes you through your child's first 5 years from.

Annabel Karmel understands this better than most - as a trained cook and the mother of three growing children she not only knows what kids should eat but also knows what they will eat. In SuperFoods for Babies and Toddlers, Annabel takes you through your child's first 5 years from weaning babies and feeding whilst teething through fussy toddlers to lunchboxes for school children.

Annabel Karmel understands this better than most - as a trained cook and the mother . Absolutely fantastic book. Full of easy and quick recipes, plus general advice about weaning.

Introduce your family to a taste of the Orient with this popular dish from Annabel’s round-the world recipe collection. It’s the perfect chance to introduce younger family members to new flavour combinations. The simple but super mighty Thai marinade will put the ‘tasty’ into teatime. Annabel's Perfect Pad Thai Annabel Karmel. Introduce your family to a taste of the Orient with this popular dish from Annabel’s round-the world recipe collection.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In addition to a variety of tempting recipes and invaluable advice, SuperFoods includes: - More than 130 easy recipes suitable for children of all ages-from the best first foods to balanced family meals.

Now in paperback from bestselling author Annabel Karmel, a comprehensive guide for parents on how to pick and prepare the healthiest and tastiest foods for their children

Now in paperback from bestselling author Annabel Karmel, a comprehensive guide for parents on how to pick and prepare the healthiest and tastiest foods for their children.

Now in paperback from bestselling author Annabel Karmel, a comprehensive guide for parents on how to pick and prepare the healthiest and tastiest foods for their children.Boost your baby’s health with Annabel Karmel’s delicious recipes and creative advice for feeding your child in the first five years. All parents want the best for their children, but choosing the freshest foods and preparing them in the most beneficial and appealing ways is not always easy. As a mother of three and author of more than twenty books on healthy food for children, Annabel Karmel knows better than anyone not only what children should eat but what children will eat. SuperFoods is both a cookbook and a reference manual that helps parents recognize the nutritional value in even the simplest foods. In addition to a variety of tempting recipes and invaluable advice, SuperFoods includes: - More than 130 easy recipes suitable for children of all ages—from the best first foods to balanced family meals. - Menu charts to help you plan ahead—most recipes are suitable for freezing. - Information on how to avoid food allergies and common childhood complaints such as colic, constipation, and eczema. - Suggestions for healthy convenience foods to keep in the pantry. - Tasty recipes that harness the power of SuperFoods to promote growth and energy and boost immunity and brain power. And much, much more!
Small Black
I just received this book, which I ordered because of the great reviews. After glancing through it, I'm very tempted to return it.

The recipes in this book are not appropriate for babies. For instance, she has you feeding red meat to 6 month old babies, saying that they need more iron and this is the best source. Red meat is more difficult to digest than fruits and vegetables, and due to the high protein which can put a strain on little kidneys, my pediatrician recommends waiting until 11-12 months. Better sources of iron are Swiss chard, spinach, broccoli, applesauce, etc.

In the 7-9 month section she has fish. Seafood is a major allergen for many children, and should not be given to children until 14-16 months of age. She also has many recipes in this section containing cheese...dairy is another major allergen that should not be introduced until at least 1 year. The same thing with tomatoes, which are not appropriate at this age.

In the 9-12 month section she ads in many recipes containing white rice, white bread crumbs and white pasta. Instead, these should have brown rice, whole grain breads and pastas (if your babies are eating wheat yet, which they shouldn't be doing until 14-16 months of age). There are also recipes in this section containing sugar. One in particular contains raspberries, peaches, ice cream and sugar. There is no reason a baby of this age should have dairy foods (unless they are human milk, formula or goat yogurt), let alone ice cream. And refined sugar shouldn't be fed to any child, let alone a baby.

I'm so disappointed in this book. I have several pregnant friends that I thought about giving this to, but I wouldn't want them feeding their baby these foods! My 10 month old son is doing great eating his millet with raspberries for breakfast, avacado with rainbow chard for lunch and carrots with sweet potato for dinner (this was just today's menu...he also gets homemade applesauce, green beans, lima beans, squash, pumpkin, banana, mango and many other healthy foods). I was just hoping for some more ideas and variety.

I hope this review keeps other people from making the same mistake. I much prefer "Simply Natural Baby Food: Easy Recipes for Delicious Meals Your Infant and Toddler Will Love" by Cathe Olson.
Phobism
When I transitioned from nursing my twins to feeding solid foods, this was my guide. I liked knowing exactly what was in my kids' food, and being able to choose organic produce, local humane meat and dairy, fresh seafood, etc. and still have all the convenience of baby food. The recipes are really delicious, packed with good nutrition, comprised of simple healthy ingredients, and for the most part easy to make. I made batches and froze ice cube tray size portions. So even when we went on trips I could throw some cubes in ziplocs, put it on ice in a cooler, and carry it along. There are a rich variety of recipes so you won't get bored. You get an education in nutrition info specifically tailored to the needs of babies. And a lot of the purees incorporate several food groups at once, like the salmon / orange juice/ sweet potato / cheese puree, which was a favorite. Also spinach orzo in Swiss cheese sauce was yummy, the fruit purees - wow, even the oatmeal was amazing. This is just an awesome resource if you care about what your children eat. The negative reviews seem to focus on the fact that it calls for foods that some children are allergic to. There is almost no food in the world that somebody isn't allergic to, so it's absurd to denigrate a cookbook for that. This does not pretend to be a cookbook for children with allergies, or who don't eat meat, or dairy, or whatever. If your child is allergic to something avoiding a cookbook is not going to save you from finding that out the hard way eventually. My babies ate meat, strawberries, dairy etc and did nothing but glow with good health and contentment. This is a great little book. My kids just turned 6 years old and I still make them muffins from this book. We also loved Finger Foods and still use it for muffins and popsicles.
krot
I have purchased several baby and toddler cook books. I am very much into cooking healthy meals for my children that they will also enjoy. I used this book when my oldest was a baby and then it was on the shelf for awhile. I brought it out again after he turned three and started making the meals intended for 2/3 year old children. Both my almost 4 and almost 2 year old children will eat every meal I make out of this book. In contrast, I own both the Jessica Seinfeld books and I'm not impressed. Seinfeld's recipes are laborious and don't always turn out well. They also lack in taste and focus on what I consider to be conventional nutrition wisdom (focus is on low fat, she uses margarine in her recipes, etc.). I like this book so much that I intend on purchasing more from Karmel, but she has so many I do not know where to start. The only thing I do not like about this book is the recipes make small amounts. I solve that by doubling/tripling the recipes so that the whole family can eat them.
Vizil
I absolutely love, love this book! I bought it for my picky 3 year old to expand his palate and am now using it with my 1 year old ever since he turned 6 mos. I had to get used to buying the ingredients that I don't normally have at home and also some recipes take longer to make than others. But I love how it is broken up into ages and recommends what foods to give at what age. Also, the book gives you suggestions on what kind of healthy snacks to give and includes a sample schedule of meals. I am comforted in knowing that the recipes contain superfoods that are rich in nutrients for my sons. Great, great book.
Undeyn
I liked this book because it has a lot of fun looking food that is fun for kids to look at while they are eating, and good for them to be eating!
Samulkis
The recipes are easy to follow and sure to please de whole family. Some of them might be on the sweeter side, but the kids eat them right up. The food is nutritious and yummy. Totally recommend it!
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