Let’s be blunt. These are not just like the ones from the store. They are more like shortbread cookies, buuuuut I think they are still good. They are just different good. And the shapes of mine are definitely better than the store ones, so ha! Advertisements
Often when you make food it takes awhile and even if it is for your kid, it is hard to make it around them. Well, this was something I was able to make while the Fudgelet was around, without him getting bored, and he even liked them!
The Fudgelet is still figuring out what foods are his favorites. Apples are near the top of the list. Each time he sees an apple, sees the steamer I use for cooking them for him, or even sees some of the containers that often hold his cooked apples he gets super excited and starts clamoring … Continue reading
As the Fudgelet gets older, his food posts are starting to look a lot more like our food, right? And to be honest, K had about the same number of them as the Fudgelet. But, that was intentional. K likes quick on-the-go breakfasts for those rushed mornings, but needs more than just a banana (often … Continue reading
The Fudgelet has finally been getting better about eating more foods we eat. It’s still tricky since he only has the 4 front teeth, but I have been making dishes to provide him with new options each week. This installment of Fudgelet Food will let you know about our biggest success…
Before the Fudgelet was even eating solid food, I heard of making yogurt melts. A mom had shared a Pinterest picture where someone piped out small bits of flavored yogurt and froze them for her baby. I attempted it once he started eating food, but he did not care for yogurt at all, and I … Continue reading
I haven’t written about the Fudgelet’s food for awhile. It doesn’t mean I haven’t been making him food, but I have just been lazy about sharing it on here–sorry! He has been getting a whole variety, with different meats, vegetables, fruits, and snacks from the store. I started him on some store food because 1) … Continue reading