1 Year Baby Food Chart- Strong Immunity For A Growing Baby!

1 Year Baby Food Chart- Strong Immunity For A Growing Baby!

1 Year Baby Food Chart- Strong Immunity For A Growing Baby!

Congratulations on completing one year as a mom! It’s had its highs and lows and at times must have felt like quite an ordeal. Yet here you are, with a happy bubbling baby and an entire year full of memories, learnings, and experiences! Introduce your toddler to a variety of new foods and flavors with the help of our 1 year baby food chart. From now on, your baby is ready to have all the foods that once you did not feed him/her with. Which means it’s time for a brand new food chart! 

That wee bundle you brought into the world a year ago has done so much growing up (we know, it’s a touchy subject—wipe away that tear). It’s hard to come to terms with your babe becoming a toddler, but don’t worry: Toddlerhood comes with a new set of fun milestones and adorable moments. Your baby is going to be more adamant about his likes and dislikes, and you’ll have to use quite a bit of creativity to work around it.

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The roller coaster doesn’t stop here though, now that your baby’s tummy has started developing, they are ready to try home food. Your 12-month-old baby can eat most things you do! So long as it’s nutritious and soft enough for her to gum if she doesn’t have many teeth yet. A one-year-old child also becomes more inquisitive with every passing day. Your little one is going to start exploring the world around them and as they come in contact with different surfaces and environments, it’s important to ensure that their immunity is up to the task! You need to start looking at immunity boosting foods for kids.

What is great though is that you now have a lot of options for immunity boosting foods for kids. You can slowly start introducing various items to your child, there are lots of healthy grains and superfoods that you should consider giving them. Do keep in mind that you still need to introduce new items slowly and in small quantities so you can check how your child reacts to it.

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A baby food chart is a good way to sort through the clutter and plan ahead as a baby food chart helps you organize your baby’s diet plan. Check out our 1-year baby food chart here:

WEEK 1

First Day

Breakfast: Besan Cheela

Mid-Morning Snack: Potato Wedges

Lunch: Oats Idli 

Evening Snack: Apple Milkshake

Dinner: Suji Porridge

 

Second Day 

Breakfast: Sprouted Moong Dal Cheela with Green Chutney 

Mid-Morning Snack: Vegetable Soup with Cream

Lunch: Masala Pongal 

Evening Snack: Papaya Segments

Dinner: Bread Upma 

 

Third day

Breakfast: Wheat and Banana Pancake 

Mid-Morning Snack: Cheeku Segments

Lunch: Curd Rice

Evening Snack: Strawberry Milkshake 

Dinner: Ragi Dosa

 

Fourth Day

Breakfast: Moong Dal Cheela

Mid-Morning Snack: Cucumber Sticks

Lunch: Sambhar Rice

Evening Snack: Arbi Fingers

Dinner: Paneer Paratha

Fifth Day

Breakfast: Ragi Dosa

Mid-Morning Snack: Potato Pea Patty

Lunch: Plain Khichri with Vegetable Raita 

Evening Snack: Spinach Potato Cutlets

Dinner: Barley Porridge 

 

Sixth Day

Breakfast: Sweet Potato Kheer

Mid-Morning Snack: Watermelon Segments

Lunch: Lemon Rice with Coconut Chutney 

Evening Snack: Ragi Halwa 

Dinner: Sweet Corn Soup

 

Seventh Day

Breakfast: Suji Green Pea Upma 

Mid-Morning Snack: Carrot Smoothie

Lunch: Sweet Rice

Evening Snack: Fruit Yogurt

Dinner: Appam

 

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WEEK 2

First Day

Breakfast:  French Toast

Mid-Morning Snack: Roasted Apple Chips

Lunch: Tomato Onion Khichri with Curd

Evening Snack: Fruit Smoothie

Dinner: Paneer Paratha

 

Second Day 

Breakfast: Multi-grain Cheela

Mid-Morning Snack: Coconut Water

Lunch: Kadhi with Rice

Evening Snack: Paneer Cubes

Dinner: Plain Khichri with Curd

 

Third day

Breakfast: Vegetable Poha

Mid-Morning Snack: Banana Slices

Lunch: Bottle Gourd Khichri with Curd

Evening Snack: Banana Mango Smoothie

Dinner: Ragi Porridge

 

Fourth Day

Breakfast: Oats Pancake

Mid-Morning Snack: Potato Wedges

Lunch: Sweet Rice

Evening Snack: Mixed Vegetable Pancake

Dinner: Stuffed Tandoori Aloo with Roti

Fifth Day

Breakfast: Moong Dal Cheela

Mid-Morning Snack: Mango and Banana Smoothie

Lunch: Vermicelli Pulao

Evening Snack: Beetroot Cutlets

Dinner: Spinach Khichri

 

Sixth Day

Breakfast:  Aloo Paratha

Mid-Morning Snack: Banana Fritters

Lunch: Spinach Khichri with Pumpkin Raita

Evening Snack: Sandesh

Dinner: Ragi Dosa

 

Seventh Day

Breakfast: Vegetable Sandwich with Paneer  

Mid-Morning Snack: Vegetable Soup with Cream

Lunch: Ghee Rice with Dal

Evening Snack: Pumpkin Suji Fingers

Dinner: Steamed Ragi Dosa

 

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WEEK 3

First Day

Breakfast: Boiled Egg/Paneer Cutlet

Mid-Morning Snack: Fruits

Lunch: Tomato Khichri

Evening Snack: Kiwi and Mango Segments

Dinner: Aloo Paratha with Homemade White Butter

 

Second Day 

Breakfast: Vegetable Idli  

Mid-Morning Snack: Vegetable Soup with Cream

Lunch: Masala Pongal 

Evening Snack: Pomegranate Juice

Dinner: Moong Dal Khichri with Curd

 

Third day

Breakfast: Dal Paratha with Tomato Chutney

Mid-Morning Snack: Potato Wedges

Lunch: Moong Dal and Chapati 

Evening Snack: Apple/Pear Fingers

Dinner: Khichri with Curd

 

Fourth Day

Breakfast: Paneer Paratha

Mid-Morning Snack: Baked Vegetable Sticks

Lunch: Spinach Pongal

Evening Snack: Chikoo Milkshake

Dinner: Wheat Almond Porridge

Fifth Day

Breakfast: Banana Pancake

Mid-Morning Snack: Watermelon and Orange

Lunch: Vegetable Khichri with Bottle Gourd Raita

Evening Snack: Mango Banana Smoothie

Dinner: Dal Palak with Spinach

 

Sixth Day

Breakfast: Rava Upma

Mid-Morning Snack: Strawberry and Prunes

Lunch: Kadhi and Rice 

Evening Snack: Beetroot Halwa

Dinner: Paneer Paratha with Homemade White Butter

 

Seventh Day

Breakfast: Vegetable Poha

Mid-Morning Snack: Beetroot Rolls 

Lunch: Sweet Rice

Evening Snack: Fruit Yogurt

Dinner: Homemade cereal

 

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WEEK 4

First Day

Breakfast: Beetroot Pancake

Mid-Morning Snack: Baked Fruits

Lunch: Kadhi and Rice

Evening Snack: Cheese Breadsticks

Dinner: Paneer Paratha

 

Second Day 

Breakfast: Aloo Paratha

Mid-Morning Snack: Coconut Water

Lunch: Moong Dal Khichri with Curd

Evening Snack: Banana Cake

Dinner: Wheat Almond Porridge

 

Third day

Breakfast: Boiled Egg/ Paneer

Mid-Morning Snack: Baked Beetroot Sticks

Lunch: Sambhar Vada  

Evening Snack: Papaya Yogurt

Dinner: Sabudana Khichri

 

Fourth Day

Breakfast: Vegetable Poha

Mid-Morning Snack: Coconut Water

Lunch: Spinach Khichri with Curd

Evening Snack: Fruit Yogurt

Dinner: Ragi Sheera

Fifth Day

Breakfast: Vegetable Idli

Mid-Morning Snack: Ragi Muffins

Lunch: Ghee Rice

Evening Snack: Cheese Rolls

Dinner: Bottle Gourd Kheer

 

Sixth Day

Breakfast: Wheat Pancake

Mid-Morning Snack: Potato Wedges

Lunch: Paneer Paratha with Green Chutney

Evening Snack: Beetroot Halwa

Dinner: Homemade cereal

 

Seventh Day

Breakfast: Moong Dal Cheela

Mid-Morning Snack: Cucumber Sticks  

Lunch: Carrot Khichri

Evening Snack: Ragi Paneer Cutlets

Dinner: Vegetable Idli

 

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Disclaimer:

1. Make sure to follow the 3-day rule. Note down the new ingredients introduced in the baby’s diet to look out for any allergic reactions

    2. It is common for babies to reject unfamiliar foods, as they wean. Be patient and keep offering a variety of foods. Do not worry, this is perfectly normal

      3. Please remember that some foods can irritate your baby's digestive system. Avoid highly spicy or greasy foods. Also, avoid foods that could easily cause choking

        4. If your baby as several episodes of vomiting after trying new food, has diarrhea, develops a rash, or swelling of the lips or eyes, he or she may be having an allergic reaction. Stop the feeding and call your pediatrician

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