Baby Food Recipes 6 to 9 months old / Wholesome Weaning Recipes

Wholesome Baby Food Recipes

Recipes for 6 to 9 months baby

No salt recipes for babies

No sugar recipes for babies

Baby Recipes 6 to 9 months old

 

6 to 9 Month Baby Food Recipes 

Most babies in this age-group have already started with solid food but only just. Hence, it is important to give them food which is not allergenic and is easy to digest. Common fruits and vegetables can be given to baby even as first foods. In this section, we list some homemade baby food recipes for 6 months onwards.

How and when to introduce solids to baby

Baby first foods

Below weaning recipes involve multiple ingredients, so try these only after you have introduced your baby to individual ingredients and baby did not show any adverse reaction to them. Do not add salt or sugar to recipes for your baby. Read more on why salt should be avoided in infant’s diet.

Do not take below measurements/quantities as one feed. This is only for proportion and you should change depending upon how much or less you want to make.

 

Stewed Fruits Recipe for babies

Good old stewed fruits. Stewed fruits can be given to baby after she has had apple and pear separately without any adverse reaction. This baby food recipe is for 6 months and above.

Stewed Apple

Ingredients

1 Apple, 1 Pear

1 cup water

Recipe

1.Pit and peel both apple and pear.

2.Cut both fruits into small pieces. Put in a pan or pressure cooker.

3.Add water.

4.Let the fruits cook for 15-20 minutes till soft or till 5-6 whistles in pressure cooker.

5.Mash or blend the fruit well and serve once cooled.

 Apple Sauce Recipe for Babies

Apple sauce is very easy to make. Apple sauce can be given as is or as an addition to other dishes to add a little natural sweetness when required.

 

 

 Cheeku Shake recipe for babies

Cheeku shake is an easy and simple recipes for 7 months+ babies.

You can use banana , avocado , melon or papaya in place of cheeku.

 

Ingredients

1 cheeku

½ cup breastmilk or formula

Recipe

1.Pit and peel the cheeku.

2.Cut both fruits into small pieces.

3.Blend the fruit in mixer to a fine paste.

4.Mix this with breastmilk or formula.

5.Adjust consistency to your baby’s preference and serve.

 

Banana Smoothie for babies

Give this to your baby once she has been started on yogurt. You can use cheeku, avocado, melon or papaya in place of banana.

 

Ingredients

1 Banana

½ cup yogurt

Recipe

1.Cut banana into small pieces.

2.Add yogurt.

3.Mash or blend the fruit well and serve after adjusting the consistency to your baby’s preference.

 

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32 Responses to “Baby Food Recipes 6 to 9 months old / Wholesome Weaning Recipes”

  1. Just what I was looking for my 6 month old baby. Please tell me how I can make dal water and rice water. Thank you.

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  2. Thank you so much. My 9 month loved it.. he is typically a picky eater.. But he ate all of it..Thanks again 🙂

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    • Priya Sachan

      Very happy to know that your baby loved it. Feel free to write in with any of your queries!! 🙂

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  3. Kiran pandey

    Can I give peas and black pepper powder to my 8 month old baby girl.

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    • Priya Sachan

      You may give but start with just a very small pinch to see how baby takes it.

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  4. Thank you for all the help and dis amazing website.. My 7 months daughter loves eating brown rice with veg soup( potatoes tomatoes carrot peas) I give her every alternate day. Can I continue ?

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    • Priya Sachan

      You are very welcome, Rumana!! Yes, you can continue giving rice and soup.

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  5. Hello, Wanted to check if I can give Atta halwa for my little one, she is 7 1/2 months old. I tried it out once with applesauce. But It does constipate her a little bit. Should I postpone it to the next month.? I can see that it is one your weaning recipes for 6-9 month old babies. And I do like your site, amazing how you actually realize and understand that as mothers we would like to learn even basic recipes like dal paani. We know how to make it but then it is reassuring to have a second opinion(especially for a first time mom like me) and also learn quick/easy ways to prepare all this stuff. Thanks so much! You are my goto person for everything under the sun when it comes to my baby!

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    • Priya Sachan

      Hi Uma, Thanks for your kind words!! Your encouraging words keep us motivated! I perhaps realize what first time mums need because I have gone through the same grind raising my daughter who is now 5 years old. 🙂
      Coming back to your question, try giving the halwa without the applesauce. Applesauce can constipate some babies. You may try giving it with a little banana or plain. If you still feel he is getting constipated, feel free to postpone. Every baby is different and you know your baby better than any guidelines. 🙂

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  6. Super of you to put all that experience gained to such good use! Btw, tried it plain, worked better for her. And all the recipes and meal plans work so well for her, and of course – ME!Thanks a ton, Priya!Keep up the good work!

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  7. My son (8 month old) not showing interest to solid food.taking only 5 mouth. Pls tel me how to make him to eat more

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  8. Hi Priya …my son is six months old. Have started solid food and have tried many recipes from your site. He doesn’t like khicdi or veggie soup without salt. Many days I kept trying mentioned food without salt but he didn’t eat and just to try it out added a pinch of salt to it and he had it at least. So is it okay if I continue with a pinch of salt?

    Thank you!

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  9. Hi priya. I’m very thankful to you. I live in USA and here no one family member with me. This site is very helpful to me. I alway follows month wise plan meal for my baby. And also following your recipes it save my life.
    Thank so much.

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  10. I have a small question. Can I start oatmeal to my baby.my baby is 8 month old. Can to make vedio on otemeal recipes.

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  11. Poornima Upadhyaya

    My baby is six and half months older .i definately try kichdi and banana smoothy .thank u ..

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    • Priya Sachan

      Hi Devika, We have shared how to prepare applesauce here. Hope it helps.

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  12. Pallavi Gupta

    Can u pls share ur recipe of khichdi for 6 month old.
    Thanks

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    • Priya Sachan

      The recipe is on this page too. We have recently changed the layout for better viewing. Can you please be kind enough to let me know if this page is easier for you as a user?

      Here are our consolidation of

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  13. Amulya

    Hi Priya,I am so glad to see your site while browsing for recipes for my 7 months daughter.This site helped me a lot.Can you suggest some more recipes with apple and banana?

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  14. Thank u shishuworld for guiding me various variety of recepies for my 9 month old baby, I need your kind suggestion regarding my baby meal he is now 9 months old but don’t take khichdi or thick consistency foods n if I try he vomit out all. He is still on puree type meal n I am feeding suji banana kheer but so runny, milk n blended banana, milk with blended biscuits I m so worried babies of his age taking khichdi mashed potatoes etc but he can’t all his reports are cleared no reflux problem. Should I give him some time or try again and again to feed him veggies soups n khichdi? Kindly guide me

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    • Priya Sachan

      Hi Sheena,

      I can understand your anxiety, but babies develop at different pace, so no point comparing with others. Good thing is your baby doesn’t have any underlying problem. So, give him some more time. Gradually thicken his food like when you give sufi banana kheer, mash 1 tsp banana instead of pureeing it and mix with remaining puree. It will not be as offensive as giving complete solid food. If he takes that then do the same with other foods like khichdi. You can also mash khichdi or puree it so that he becomes used to the savoury taste. Hope it helps! Feel free to write again and let us know how he is progressing.

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