This baby solid foods chart is designed to help you choose the right foods for your little one from 10 to 12 months.
Please note that it is important to discuss the introduction of all new foods with your pediatrician, as he or she will be acquainted with your family’s medical history and will be able to advise you if certain foods are not appropriate for your child.
NOTE: Since this chart was produced, the guidelines for introducing peanuts have been amended.
Please see this page for more information
By 10 months of age, your baby will be able to enjoy a wide variety of foods – indeed, current recommendations by the AAP state that even those foods traditionally avoided for the first year (including allergenic foods such as fish and eggs) may now be introduced from 6 months of age. This is because little benefit has been found in delaying their introduction.
In order to keep this chart as easy to read as possible, we haven’t added too many details…
…but just click on the ‘Baby Food Recipes and Tips’ button in the navigation menu (to the left of this page) for answers to all your questions about a wide range of common foods. You’ll also finds lots of simple and tasty recipes using those ingredients.
You may also like to visit our guide to making food for your baby at this stage:
Clinical Report – The Role of Maternal Dietary Restriction, Breastfeeding, Timing of Introduction of Complementary Foods, and Hydrolyzed Formulas