About EasyBabyMeals

Hello, and Welcome to EasyBabyMeals.com. I am Deepika Haldankar, the creator of this adventure. Easy Baby Meals is a place for everything related to cooking baby food along with healthy and delicious family meals at home.

How did it start? 

The journey started with making baby food. Preparing food for my baby has been an enjoyable experience. Though being a new mom and spending a lot of time in front of the stove was not possible, so I came up with recipes that could be prepared just in minutes and make my little one’s tummy happy.

Giving her healthy nutritious food was my primary goal to start cooking baby food at home. I wanted my baby to taste what’s fresh, delicious, and full of flavor than something with preservatives.

I feel introducing babies to fresh fruits and vegetables makes them more receptive to the new texture, taste, and feel of the food served on their plate. It gives a start to choosing a healthy lifestyle.

As my baby grew so did her taste buds and the blog. Now we have grown and shared more family-friendly meals, ideas, and recipes.

About the Blog:

This blog caters to everything about preparing baby food at home. Starting from choosing fresh produce to serving it to your baby. Everything mentioned here is my culinary experiences with my baby.

The use of Herbs-Spices to flavor baby food is the main feature of this website. The recipes published here are developed through trial and error. They are based on what my daughter liked at a particular age.

Every baby is different and grows up in a different environment. What worked for me might not work for you, so please use your mother’s/ father’s instinct and decide what’s best for your child.

Also, CONSULT YOUR PEDIATRICIAN BEFORE STARTING ANY NEW FOOD. I am not responsible for any allergies, diarrhea, or any other reactions. 

The time is given to prepare a particular recipe is an approximate time. Each stove, microwave, etc. have a different strength so that a specific recipe might get cooked faster or slower. 

I have not given any information about storing cooked food.  I don’t like to save cooked baby food for more than a day.

So I cook baby food in small batches, just enough for 1 or 2 servings. You can double or triple some ingredients and store them in the refrigerator. 

This blog is a collaboration of my love for writing, photography, and cooking. It is strictly hobby based.

About Recipes:

All the produce used here is Organic and whole foods. The number and amount of herbs and spices used in the given recipes are meager. There is no ‘hot’ element to any of the herbs/spices used in the recipes.

They are just used as a flavoring agent. If you want to use any of the recipes or any information provided here on your website, do ask for permission before using it.

All the content on this website is Copyright Protected. Strict action will be taken against “Plagiarism”( a practice of taking someone’s work, ideas, thoughts, and passing them on their own).  

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About Me:

I am Deepika, living in Chandler. I have a Masters in Social Sciences with a major in Human Development and Family Studies, along with Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management and Guidance and Counseling.

I live with my husband, and we have a beautiful daughter together. She is the inspiration behind all the work. We are also the proud pet parents of two lovely cats Eva and Laaila.

I hope you all enjoy my recipes and have a wonderful time feeding your little one’s hungry tummy with nutritious and delicious food. You can also follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to write at [email protected] 

Some Of The Prominent Features:

Yahoo Lifestyle: 17 Turnip Recipes That Are Anything But Boring. 

Phoenix New Times: 29 Recipes From Phoenix And Arizona Food Bloggers. 

Reader’s Digest UK: All The Best Pumpkin Spice Recipes.

Parade: 22 Warm And Alcoholic Drink Recipes. 

Green Living Mag: Savor Saturday. 

And Many More…

 

 

 


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