There’s nothing quite as exciting as celebrating your baby’s first birthday. It’s a time to reflect on how much your baby has grown and learned. It’s only natural for parents to want their baby’s first birthday get-together to be as perfect as possible. Cuisinart is here to help with our list of birthday finger foods for your baby’s special menu. Read More
Coconut is not only tasty, but extremely nutritious, containing B vitamins, iron, protein, phosphorus and zinc. It also promotes a healthy immune system and helps prevent infections. With that being said, we’re sure you don’t want your baby to miss out on the wonderful benefits of the coconut. Read More
Teething is certainly an exciting time as your baby is beginning to grow more and more each day. However, this phase can be very difficult for baby, causing soreness and swelling of the gums before a tooth breaks through. Teething biscuits can help ease the pain. Read More
Switch it up from the basic first foods of fruits and vegetables by adding mushroom into your baby’s diet. This immune-boosting veggie contains vitamin D, vitamin C, B vitamins, iron, potassium, protein, and other nutrients along with powerful antioxidants. Not to mention, mushrooms are definitely tasty! Read More
Tofu is a soybean curd that’s rich in protein, calcium and iron. It has been a staple in Asian foods for ages but has recently become popular in America. It’s perfect for babies around 8 months of age. Tofu can come firm, soft and silken. Firm has the highest amounts of protein and iron and second highest amount of calcium. Read More
We often hear that milk helps children grow big and strong. It’s filled with nutrients such as calcium, protein and vitamin D. Parents often wonder, “Why can’t my baby drink milk before 12 months of age?” The short answer is because babies need breast milk. Read More
Adults love, love, love some yogurt! Yogurt bars, yogurt smoothies, froyo. You name it! Things just taste so much better when made with delicious treats. Raising a foodie baby? Yogurt is certainly the snack to introduce. It’s not only tasty, but filled with all the good stuff baby needs to grow healthy and strong.
It’s always exciting to hear your baby’s first words, see your baby’s first steps and experience your baby’s reaction to trying out new foods for the first time. Celebrating Mother’s Day with your baby can be just as special as celebrating when your baby grows older. Share another “first” moment this year by preparing your baby’s first real dessert, and make it something you both can enjoy together. Read More