9+ months baby food recipes


9+ months baby food recipes / stage 3 – homemade baby food recipes

Welcome to 9+ months baby food recipes :)..

If you have been following my baby food recipes, you must be aware of the tips for 8+ months baby food recipes. The same applies for 9+ months as they are still in stage 3 ( which is 8 – 11 months )..
Please read the tips at this link -> http://www.c4cooking.com/8-months-baby-food-recipes/

Important tips:

  • Around 9+ months, your baby may eat around 1/2 cup of food and often will be ready for 3 meals
  • The texture of stage-3 food can vary from thick purees, mashes and ( minced/grated for teething babies)
  • Offer solids atleast 25 – 30 minutes after breast feeding or formula so that they will eat without any fuss and wouldn’t make their tummy full. I always give solids 40 – 45 minutes after breastfeeding as I noticed my sweetie-pie eats well and loves eating food:)
  • Remember to offer some water before and after meals.
  • Occassionaly, offer your family meals also ( be watchful for any allergic ingredients. If you use spices, offer foods cooked with mild-spices )
  • Important note : Always watch for any new signs or symptoms when introducing new foods at all stages.

Breakfast Recipe:

Breakfast cereal with 3 fruit flavours ( for 9 – 12 months baby )


Lunch recipes

Watch 5 Lunch recipes for 9+ months baby (stage 3 homemade baby food recipes)

Recipe #1 – Rice, Carrot , Kale
Recipe #2 – Rice, Broccoli, Parsnip
Recipe #3 – Rice, Cauliflower, Brown lentil
Recipe #4 – Rice, Broccoli, Black eyed pea
Recipe #5 – Rice, Parsnip, French green lentil


Introducing Fish for 9+ months baby:

Rice and Fish curry recipe for 9+ months baby.

Ingredients:  ( for 9+ months baby fish curry & rice )
For fish curry:
1 cup coconut (shreds or pieces)
100 gms – white fish fillet
3 shallots or (1 Tbsp chopped onion)
turmeric powder – 1/3 tsp
curry leaf – 1 sprig
1 pinch – fenugreek seeds / methi seeds
tamarind paste – 1 Tbsp ( or 1/4 cup of diluted tamarind)
salt to taste
For rice:
1/4 cup rice
3/4 cup water

Why fish? .. Fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and has many essential nutrients for brain and eye development, boost immunity and in short, good for the entire body.

Important notes about introducing fish for babies:

  • Choose the fish that is low in mercury like cod, flounder, sole, wild alaska and pacific salmon, haddock, gurnard, snapper, anchovies, sardines, herring, tilapia, scallops, clams, striped bass
  • Avoid fish high in mercury like sword fish, king markel, shark, atlantic halibut, oysters ( gulf coast), pike, seabass, tuna ( albacore ), tile fish
  • Remember to check the ‘local safe-fish eating checklist’ by the environmental group or government boards.
  • If your family has a history of fish allergies, please consult your baby’s pediatrician before starting fish (shell fish like shrimp, prawn, scallops, crab, clams) for your baby
  • Be sure to check the fish fillets are free of bones, as some fish contain soft, tiny bones .. ( shred the cooked fish with your fingers to make sure it is totally bone-free..)

3 Fish/Chicken/Meat Meals for 9 – 12 months baby


10 Mashed Meals for 9 – 12 months baby

5 Soup recipes for 9 – 12 months baby


For 2+ teeth baby :

10 Fruit Finger bowls for 2+ teeth baby/ toddler / 1- 2 years


Baby cereal cookie: ( healthy fingersnack for teething baby )


Food Chart for 9+ months baby


12 thoughts on “9+ months baby food recipes

  1. Hai mam,I’m watching your vedios it’s really very helpful. My baby is now 9+month I want to give him chicken how should I prepare it pls help me thank you

    • You are welcome Niranjani 🙂

      To pepare chicken meal,
      Into a pan, add 50 gms of chicken, 1/3 cup carrot, 1 tbsp peas, 1/4 cup water, 1/8 tsp pepper, /18 tsp turmeric powder and let it boil. When it boils, reduce to low and cook for 18 minutes. Then mash when hot. Let it cool down ( warm to eat ) and then serve your baby. Hope this helps 🙂

      I am planning to add the same video next week. Will let u know when I do 🙂

  2. It’s finally good to see video tutorials with the recipes listed. Your videos and recipes are such a great help, thank you! Just came across your page today and can’t wait to try these recipes for my babe.

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