Handmade Baby Food For the Holidays Registration

The first year of a baby’s life is crucial for child nutrition and a time when parents may be experiencing a mix of fear and excitement over when to start on solid foods. This can be even more stressful during the holidays.

Don’t stress, Homemade Baby Food 101 is just what you need!
Join us at Baby Earth in Round Rock on Saturday December 10 from 1-2:00 PM for a food demo and class where you will learn:

  • How to determine baby’s readiness to start solid foods
  • The best time to introduce solids
  • Age appropriate food choices
  • Food preparation + cooking methods
  • Food storage
  • The importance of parent and caregiver partnerships when introducing solids.

You’ll also get to taste test sample foods in this class as it covers texture, consistency and food combinations for stage 1, stage 2 and stage 3 baby foods based on your baby’s age and development. The best part? This class is FREE for all to attend! My small gift to you.

For babies already on solids, this is a great way to learn about foods beyond purees, natural flavorings, spices and food combinations!

Feel more holiday joy and confidence about preparing homemade food that is both nutritious and delicious.











This is a baby-friendly class. Light snacks and drinks will be provided during the class.

The class is based on a 50-page comprehensive food guide that includes recipes for three developmental stages that you can re-create and adapt at home. Inside the guide, you’ll also find useful information about breast/ formula feeding, baby food guidelines, nutritional basics, and much more. The guide comes with a list of trustworthy resources that can guide you with on-line searches for your baby’s first year.The guide is available to purchase before or at the class for $8.99

Feel more confident about preparing homemade food that is both nutritious and delicious. Sign up today for Baby Food 101: Fresh & Simple. Grab a friend and register for this FREE class today!

Child care professionals can attend the class and receive one-hour of face-to-face training. Parents look to child care professional for guidance on introducing solid foods. This class will support parent partnerships. The training meets core competency areas: Child Growth and Development, Supporting Skill Development and Health, Safety and Nutrition.

Let's Get Cooking Button Simply fill out the form below to register. You’ll be taken to a payment page and receive an email with more class details.