What is the food chart for an 11-month-old baby?

What is the food chart for an 11-month-old baby?

The good news is that your 11 months old can now eat a lot of food like the rest of the members of the family. Their teeth have been more developed and have a better digestive system. There will, however, always be some worrying among the parents, on what and how much food to feed their child.

Also, your baby will now be able to eat and drink on their own. And so, the meal plans and charts should be in a way to meet their growing nutritional requirements.

HOW MUCH TO FEED THE BABY WITH?

An 11-month-old can have a large portion of a-cup of solid food, three to four times each day. It is the base amount that your child can eat during supper time. You can give some tidbit to munch on between the 3 suppers i.e. their breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The meals (inclusive of snacks) ought to be a variety of different foods to give ideal nutrition to the child.

You should also continue breastfeeding or formula milk to an infant other than giving them solid food. An 11-month-old infant requires to be breastfed four times each day. Make an eating routine for your child such that your baby gets the necessary nutrients from breastfeeding as much as from solids.

Baby-Development-11-months

WHAT’S NEW ON 11 MONTHS BABY FOOD?

Fruits: All fruits including citrus fruits and berries (keep a close watch while the baby is eating berries to avoid choking)
Vegetables: All vegetables
Cereals: All cereals
Pulses: All pulses
Dairy: All dairy products except cow’s milk
Non-Vegetarian: All in a minced form.
Spices: All spices including Turmeric, garlic, ginger, asafoetida, cumin seeds, pepper, coriander seeds, fennel seeds, caroms, fenugreek, mustard seeds, cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom (in small quantities)

FOOD CHART FOR A 11-MONTH-OLD:

The food chart is an estimate of the required food and can be changed as per your kid’s preferences and in view of any allergies. Always remember to follow the 3-day rule when introducing any new food type. Your kid can be offered any snack that could be something light or tasty finger food.

Early Morning Breakfast Mid-Morning Lunch Afternoon Dinner Latenight
Mon BM / Formula Oats porridge Banana slices Khichdi with veggies and curd BM / Formula Chapati with pumpkin curry BM / Formula
Tue BM / Formula Ragi dosa Cheeku pieces Curd rice and vegetable mash BM / Formula Chicken soup with toast BM / Formula
Wed BM / Formula Egg yolk on toast Sweet potato fries Idlis with sambhar BM / Formula Missi roti with Matar paneer BM / Formula
Thu BM / Formula Banana pancake Rusk/ teething biscuits Peas and potato curry with small parantha BM / Formula Small dosa with sambhar BM / Formula
Fri BM / Formula Paneer bhurji sandwich Melon cubes Dalia Khichdi/ Broken Wheat Khichdi BM / Formula Dal parantha BM / Formula
Sat BM / Formula Small Dosa Stewed apple and pear Chapati with dal and capsicum potato BM / Formula Vegetable soft rice with curd BM / Formula
Sun BM / Formula Broken wheat porridge Papaya mash or cubes Rice with fish curry BM / Formula Vegetable soup and rice BM / Formula

Feeding your 11-month-old becomes more simpler when you follow an eating regimen plan that includes meals with an assortment of fruits, vegetables, and grains. Make sure to substitute the plans and give them different kinds of food types as could reasonably be expected for a normal supply of the essential nutrients that become the structure for overall development.

Keep a check for allergies when you feed your baby with any other new substance and quit feeding it to your child when discover any side effects.

SUMMARY:

1. Your 11-month-old is now grown enough to eat everything that’s on the table.
2. You need to feed your baby with suppers, snacks and still continue with the breast milk however, in a lower quantity now.
3. Go on with your charts and consult your paediatrician if needed.

What is the food chart for an 11-month-old baby

HOW MUCH TO FEED THE BABY WITH

WHAT’S NEW ON 11 MONTHS BABY FOOD

Fruits

Vegetables

Cereals

Pulses

Dairy

Non-Vegetarian

Spices

FOOD CHART FOR A 11-MONTH-OLD

Malathi

Malathi A Ganesh is a B. Com Graduate, NTT, M.A (Lit), PGDEA (PG in Education Administration), PGDCA (PG Diploma in Computer Application), DTE (Diploma in Teaching English), ICEPT (International Certificate in Education Preschool Teaching) from Singapore and B. Ed. She has been in the field of education for the past 20 years and has an experience of running her own pre-school She is the Founder & Director Academics of Smartkidz Educare India Pvt Ltd with 275+ play schools Pan India. She is an Educationist and a Child Psychologists by profession who wants to fulfill her dream of giving Quality Education to children in their earlier years. She is also into conducting positive parenting workshops, which talks about effective child rearing. She has conducted numerous parenting workshops in all her pre schools, schools and MNC’s.

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