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  • Hollie Tyler

    Tired of Cheerios? Over 40 Finger Foods Your Baby Will Love. We need this. He seems done with baby food.

  • Casey Jenks

    Tired of Cheerios? Over 40 Finger Foods Your Baby Will Love. (This may be for babies, but it still has good snack ideas even for older children.) @Amanda Marie

  • Jessica Sherwood

    baby finger food ideas

  • Tracey Campbell

    Tired of Cheerios? Over 40 Finger Foods Your Baby Will Love - Over 40 Healthy and Creative Finger Foods

  • Mia Purdin

    How to Feed a Baby: Finger Foods Babies Love - iVillage

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Tired of Cheerios? Over 40 Finger Foods Your Baby Will Love - Also, great tips on preparing foods for safe eating.

Tired of Cheerios? Over 40 Finger Foods Your Baby Will Love - I read this and we do a lot, but it has really good ideas I hadn't thought of! - AAH

Expand Their Palates -- Lots of good ideas in this article including: Feeding your baby a wide range of flavors and textures during the period between 9 months and 15 to 18 months has been shown to help prevent picky eating later on. You don't have to stick to cereal and crackers. Avoid seasoning with salt, but other spices -- including garlic and onion -- are just fine for tots.

Tired of Cheerios? Over 50 Finger Foods Your Baby Will Love-- best one: well-cooked quinoa mixed with tomato paste (glue) and rolled into tiny balls they can pick up themselves. I'm going to make a bunch and freeze them so I can pop a few out when needed.

  • Katie Hanlon

    Tried the quinoa last night and she LOVED it! Quite messy but worth it considering the protein. I took the leftover, put it in a zip top bag, and cut a whole in the tip, piping little dollops onto a parchment paper-lined baking sheet and popped them in the fridge for about 20 minutes to harden. Then, I stored the individual balls in a second zip top bag so I can grab a few at a time. They thaw in just a few minutes and it's good to have on hand.

Baby Finger Food Tip: Coat slippery foods, like banana or avocado, in finely crushed cereal powder or nutritious wheat germ - it makes them easier to pick up. Read more: www.homemade-baby...

Some of these are way over the top, but I do think plenty are manageable, especially the banana dogs which Evan would L-O-V-E!