7 Month Baby Food Chart/ Weekly Meal Plan for 7 Months baby with Indian Recipes

7 Month Baby Food Chart with Indian Baby Food Recipes – Most 7 months old babies have had their first brush with solids to varying degrees and are usually ready to move forward from simple purees to more adventurous food.

Many babies have also sprouted few teeth by now while many still do not have any pearlies. Despite this, most of them are ready for thicker mashes and combination food by this time. Always make sure you have introduced a food item singly before adding it to a combination food. This way you can keep track of any allergies/ reactions etc.

7 Month Baby Food Chart / Meal Plan with Indian Recipes

7 months baby food chart indian

Also, different babies will have different amounts of food any particular stage, so do not force-feed. Continue to  breastfeed or formula-feed as and when required.

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7 Month Baby Food Chart

In 7 month baby food chart, we can introduce food which is more complex than previous month. Food should still be well-cooked and soft as well as mashed/ pureed depending on baby’s preference. We suggest simple yet varied options that you can introduce to baby week by week during the 7th month.

7 Month Baby Food Chart- Week 1

We can start baby on 2 solid meals a day, if you have not started that already. Continue to give purees and mashes this week too.


7 month baby food chart - week 1


Suji Halwa

Moong dal paani

Rice cereal

Fruit purees

7 Month Baby Food Chart- Week 2

In week 2, you can introduce more complex foods like khichdi and apple suji kheer.


7 month baby food chart - week 2


Apple Suji Kheer

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Khichdi cereal

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7 Month Baby Food Chart- Week 3

In week 3, we introduce newer cereals like ragi and well as complex purees.

7 month baby food chart - week 3


Ragi porridge

Plain tomato soup for baby

Vegetable soup

Pumpkin potato mash

7 Month Baby Food Chart- Week 4

7 month baby food chart - week 4

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Points to Remember for 7 month old baby food chart:

1) Keep following 3 day wait rule, whenever you introduce a new food. Even though, it is considered obsolete these days, it is always best to be a little careful when it comes to your baby.

2) Breastmilk or formula should still form the bulk of your child’s intake.

3) Increase the amount of solids as compared to previous month. You may also introduce finger foods in case you baby appears ready for it.

4) Many babies can show symptoms of constipation upon introduction of solids. Read more about what to do in case of constipation in babies.

5) If your baby does not like the new food that you offer, do not get disheartened. Babies may sometimes take a few days before liking something new.

6) Feed your baby when s/he is sitting in a proper position safely in a high chair or booster chair.

7) Your baby’s first teeth may start to emerge, though in some cases first teeth may not appear till 12 or 13 months as well. And it is perfectly alright.

8) Baby’s hand-eye coordination improves by many times and s/he becomes increasingly proficient in picking up things.

9) Some babies may face constipation problem when a new item is introduced in diet. Increase fibre and water in diet and if it persists, discontinue for time being and reintroduce after a few weeks.

Must Buy Supplies for cooking for a Baby:

You will need some basic supplies to make fresh food for your baby, if you do not already have these. None of these are a waste as I am still using all these in my kitchen, but these were a blessing during that first year when my daughter started eating solids.

  • A small pressure cooker

Buy a small 1.5 -2 litre pressure cooker to make fresh khichdi, dal pani, rice gruel, vegetable purees, soups and what not.  I still use my little hawkins when I have to make something in small quantities. It is also handy to carry when you are travelling.

HAWKINÂ Classic CL15 1.5-Liter New Improved Aluminum Pressure Cooker, Small, Silver

Prestige Nakshatra Plus Induction Base Aluminium Pressure Cooker, 2 Litres

  • A big size stainless steel strainer to strain your purees and juices. I don’t remember ever using blender to make purees, strainer did the job for me. Although I kept it separate while I used it for my daughter, I use this for everything now from straining flour to rice and what not.


Pedrini Strainer Stainless Steel 160 mm

  • Potato Masher – This potato masher helped me a great deal when I wanted to mash my daughter’s food lightly. You may also use a fork for small quantities. later yo may use these for mashing your potatoes or bhajis.


Potato Masher Ricer Puree Fruit Maker

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Here is the 7 month baby food chart in a glance.

7 months baby food chart/ meal plan

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18 Replies to “7 Month Baby Food Chart/ Weekly Meal Plan for 7 Months baby with Indian Recipes”

  1. megha gopan says:

    At 7 months,along with Ragi porridge,I started giving my daughter raw banana powder mixed with warm water.You can just simmer on low flame for a minute and feed.It’s a typical Kerala baby food and also helps in weight gaining.My in laws had sent me the powder all the way from Kerala 🙂
    You can even make this powder at home.
    1) Take a firm,raw banana
    2)Peel off the skin and slice them into medium sized pieces using a slicer(It shouldn’t be very big as later you need to blend them )
    3)Put these slices on a plate and place them in the sun for a couple of days till they get completely dried.
    4)Now using a blender,you may powder it,sieve it and store in an air tight container.

    For making the porridge,you can take little quantity(1 spoon would be enough for a 6 month old,even if he/she has half of it,it’s good)
    Add this to little warm water just enough to make it a paste.You can simmer on low flame if you want.Feed at intervals or according to your child’s acceptance.

    1. Priya Sachan says:

      What a lovely input, Megha! As always! 🙂

    2. Kumuda Alparthi says:

      Can we give the dry banana as finger food

  2. Amruta Thakor says:

    How to make that gourd and apple sauce? Kindly share the recipe.

    1. Priya Sachan says:

      Have noted it, Amruta! Will share soon.

  3. Deepika says:

    Hi Priya u shared a very useful information,my baby is in 7th month ,ur food chart is very useful me to start my baby a solids thanks for information.but am confused what veggies shud I give to my baby? I started carrots ,beans and beetroot mash other than that what veggies can I give plz help me out about this….

  4. Swapna says:

    Hi priya tat was very informative helped me putting my worries down.. Thk u ?.

    1. Priya Sachan says:

      Glad that you found it helpful, Swapna! Thanks for visiting! 🙂

      1. Santhoshi says:

        I have one question.my daughter is 6 Mon old.when I start at rice meal in my baby.

    1. Priya Sachan says:

      It simply means Breastmilk or formula.

  5. Ritu Suri says:

    Hi Dear!

    You have given weekly schedule for 6 months food but for 7th month there is one schedule only, what should be given on rest of the 3 weeks?


  6. Judith says:

    Can you help me to the amount of food to be given to a baby with 7 months as you indicated in a chart

    1. Priya Sachan says:

      At 7 months, just about quarter of a cup is more than enough. Do not force the baby. If she finishes, offer some more else stop.

  7. Rania says:

    Hi Priya, this chat is very useful my daughter is 7 months and 2 weeks but she dont want to eat by using spoon, she cries alot when we use spoon feeding. What i do i put puree in her battle please help.


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