|Meal Times||6 to 9 months|
|Lunch||Breastmilk or infant formula, iron fortified infant cereal mixed with breastmilk, formula or water Mashed vegetables (sweet potato, squash or carrots) Cooked ground beef, chicken, pork or fish Well-cooked chopped egg or silken (soft) tofu|
What should I serve my baby for lunch?
Sample Meals for Baby: 9-12 months of age
|Breakfast||iron fortified infant cereal kiwi, chopped water in a cup|
|Snack||whole wheat toast with thinly spread peanut butter, cut into strips|
|Lunch||canned salmon, mashed cooked carrot, chopped avocado, chopped yogurt water in a cup|
|Snack||whole grain crackers|
What can I make my 9 month old for dinner?
- Option 1: Soft cooked slivers of chicken, with steamed carrots.
- Option 2: Ginger Carrot & Sweet Potato Mash + Lean Beef.
- Option 3: Small chunks of low mercury fish, like cod.
- Option 4: Soft steamed chunks of broccoli or green beans.
- Option 5: Lumpy, mashed kidney or black beans.
How many times a day should a 9 month old baby eat?
As you’re creating a schedule for your baby, keep in mind that at 9 and 10 months most babies need: Solid foods three times a day, plus about 24 to 32 ounces of breast milk or formula in a 24-hour period. (Get specific tips on how to tell whether your baby is getting enough breast milk or formula.)
Can my 9-month-old have table food?
To prevent choking, cook table foods a little longer, until very soft, and cut them into small pieces that your baby can handle safely. By the time babies are around 9 months old, they usually have the dexterity and coordination to take food between their forefinger and thumb so they can try feeding themselves.