Aydeen’s Favourite First Foods Recipes!

Hello everyone!

Yes, I know this is what most of you have been requesting for such a long time. I’m so sorry that it took ages!

I will share a lot about Aydeen’s food journey and his favourite recipes, but for now let’s start with his favourite first foods!

I was very particular when it comes to Aydeen’s first foods. I wanted it to be natural, tasty, and comprehensive. On top of it all, it must be nutritious!

Ingredients-wise, when Aydeen started his first solid at 6 months, I started him off with single taste for the first few weeks. I made sure he tasted a whole lot of variety, so just imagine how my medium-sized refridgerator was coping to keep all the stocks!

Anyhows, let’s go straight to his favourite first single tastes. I would say it’s more method, instead of recipes, as these are single tastes!

I got these recipes from the book Feeding Your Baby Day By Day by Fiona Wilcock. It’s definitely worth an investment!

P/S: “your baby’s usual milk” refers to whatever current milk you are giving him. It can be breast milk or formula. Aydeen, of course, mixed his first foods with breast milk (there goes my stock!). It helps a lot making him loves the new food he tasted everyday! 🙂

PSS: remember this 1 simple rule – when baby started solid, milk is still his main food, and solid food is JUST FOR TASTING. So, DO NOT BE DISCOURAGED if your baby eats a little, so long he has plenty intake of milk!

PSSS: don’t ever think that a baby doesn’t like certain food at his first taste of it, or even the second. As studies shown that it took a baby about 10 tries for new food to be accepted by babies, so try again in the next few days! 🙂

1. Baby Rice

This is Aydeen’s VERY FIRST food, and he ate a whole lot bunch of it! Yes, I think he is a carbo-lover. Definitely my son!


Your baby’s usual milk

Baby rice (you can do this yourself, which is very easy, or just buy the baby rice from the grocery store)


If you buy the baby rice, just follow instruction from the packaging.

If you are doing it yourself, mix 1 teaspoon of baby rice for every 15ml of milk.

2. Carrot

Carrot was one of Aydeen’s favourite first foods, and is still his favourite even when he is 1 year old! A little warning: your baby’s poo may turn a bit orangey-coloured after eating this 😂


1 large carrot

60ml of cooled boiled water, or baby’s usual milk (Aydeen, of course, used breast milk)


1. Peel the carrot and trim off the top and bottom. Slice thinly.

2. Steam for 7-8 minutes, or until tender.

3. Cool slightly, then puree with water or milk.

3. Broccoli

Broccoli was my favourite, and I was longing to make it Aydeen’s favourite too. Hence, I introduced him very early on broccoli, and it has been his favourite vegetable ever since!


150g Broccoli florets, washed

120ml cooled boiled water, or your baby’s usual milk


1. Steam the broccoli for 8-10 minutes until tender.

2. Cool slightly, then puree with the water or milk.

Voila!!! These are Aydeen’s 3 first foods, and has been his favourite until now. Hope it helps in your solid introduction journey! 🙂

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Oh my goodness the memories this brought back of feeding my kiddos when they were little. Do you freeze any of it for him to store? I would put my premade food in ice cube trays and freeze. Then I could just spend one day making the food they would consume for the month. Wonderful job breastfeeding and making such delicious food for your child mama! Keep up the good work.


    1. Yes, i freeze a lot of them, but stocks keep running out. My kiddo is definitely an eating monster!

      It’s great that you’re making stocks for your kiddo the whole month. Mine usually lasts a week.

      Thank you for your kind words & support Danielle!

      Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s