19-24 Months Baby Food Chart

19-24 Months Baby Food Chart

DIET AT 19 MONTHS 

 EARLY MORNING  BREAKFAST  MID-MORNING  LUNCH  EVENING SNACK  DINNNER  
MON  Milk Cereal  Pear  Toast with peas and spinach  Mashed potato   Pumpkin soup   
TUES Milk  Egg toast   Dates, almonds  Vegetable pulao with peas and carrots Yoghurt  Tomato soup with bread  
WED Milk  Cereal  Peach  Pasta   Boiled egg  Rice with chicken broth 
THURS  Milk  Upma  Mango Rice with fish curry  Corn   Pulses broth  
FRI Milk  Millets idli  Apple  Dal/pulses, rice with ghee  Carrots  Vegetable soup  
SAT  Milk Avocado toast  Berries   Broccoli with pasta  Baby corn  Pasta with mushrooms  
SUN  Milk  Upma  Avocado  Split green gram broth with rice Cucumbers and tomatoes  Noodles  

TIPS: 

  1. By now the infant has developed most of the teeth, so giving solids is good for healthier teeth.  
  1. Nutrition from various sources is essential for a balanced diet.  
  1. Milk, milk products, simple carbohydrates, protein, and good sources of fat are all essential to meet the nutritional requirements of a growing child. 
  1. Never force a food item on a kid.  
  1. Greens, non-vegetarian food for those who are used to it should be introduced.  
  1. The child should be used to the home cooked meals by now.  

NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 

  1. A balanced nutrition will automatically ensure that all necessary vitamins and minerals are taken care of.  
  1. Vitamin D is essential – physical activity, exposure to the sun is essential. 
  1. Supplement as per the doctors advise.  

DIET AT 20 MONTHS 

 EARLY MORNING  BREAKFAST  MID-MORNING  LUNCH  EVENING SNACK  DINNNER  
MON  Milk Cereal  Cashews, figs   Toast with peas and spinach  Mashed potato   Pumpkin soup   
TUES Milk  Egg toast   Dates, almonds  Vegetable pulao with peas and carrots Yoghurt  Tomato soup with bread  
WED Milk  Cereal  Peach/pear  Pasta   Boiled egg  Rice with chicken broth 
THURS  Milk  Mashed potato, poached eggs, toast  Mango Rice with fish curry  Corn   Pulses broth  
FRI Milk  Pancakes with maple syrup and blueberries  Apple  Dal/pulses, rice with ghee  Carrots  Vegetable soup  
SAT  Milk Avocado toast  Berries   Broccoli with pasta  Baby corn  Pasta with mushrooms  
SUN  Milk  Cheese potatoes  Avocado  Split green gram broth with rice Cucumbers and tomatoes  Noodles with vegetable broth  

TIPS: 

  1. By now the infant has developed most of the teeth, so giving solids is good for healthier teeth.  
  1. Nutrition from various sources is essential for a balanced diet.  
  1. Milk, milk products, simple carbohydrates, protein, and good sources of fat are all essential to meet the nutritional requirements of a growing child. 
  1. Never force a food item on a kid.  
  1. Greens, non-vegetarian food for those who are used to it should be introduced.  
  1. The child should be used to the home cooked meals by now.  

NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 

  1. A balanced nutrition will automatically ensure that all necessary vitamins and minerals are taken care of.  
  1. Vitamin D is essential – physical activity, exposure to the sun is essential. 
  1. Supplement as per the doctors advise.  

DIET AT 21 MONTHS  

 EARLY MORNING  BREAKFAST  MID-MORNING  LUNCH  EVENING SNACK  DINNNER  
MON  Milk Cereal  Cashews, figs   Toast with peas and spinach  Mashed potato   Pumpkin soup   
TUES Milk  Egg toast   Dates, almonds  Vegetable pulao with peas and carrots Yoghurt  Tomato soup with bread  
WED Milk  Cereal  Peach/pear  Pasta   Boiled egg  Rice with chicken broth 
THURS  Milk  Mashed potato, poached eggs, toast  Mango Rice with fish curry  Corn   Noodles with boiled vegetables  
FRI Milk  Pancakes with maple syrup and blueberries  Apple  Dal/pulses, rice with ghee  Carrots  Vegetable soup  
SAT  Milk Avocado toast  Berries   Broccoli with pasta  Baby corn  Pasta with mushrooms  
SUN  Milk  Cheese potatoes  Avocado  Split green gram broth with rice Cucumbers and tomatoes  Noodles with vegetable broth  

TIPS: 

  1. By now the infant has developed most of the teeth, so giving solids is good for healthier teeth.  
  1. Nutrition from various sources is essential for a balanced diet.  
  1. Milk, milk products, simple carbohydrates, protein, and good sources of fat are all essential to meet the nutritional requirements of a growing child. 
  1. Never force a food item on a kid.  
  1. Greens, non-vegetarian food for those who are used to it should be introduced.  
  1. The child should be used to the home cooked meals by now.  

NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 

  1. A balanced nutrition will automatically ensure that all necessary vitamins and minerals are taken care of.  
  1. Vitamin D is essential – physical activity, exposure to the sun is essential. 
  1. Supplement as per the doctors advise.  

DIET AT 22 MONTHS  

 EARLY MORNING  BREAKFAST  MID-MORNING  LUNCH  EVENING SNACK  DINNNER  
MON  Milk Cereal  Cashews, figs   Toast with peas and spinach  Mashed potato   Pumpkin soup   
TUES Milk  Egg toast   Dates, almonds  Vegetable pulao with peas and carrots Yoghurt  Tomato soup with bread  
WED Milk  Cereal  Peach/pear  Pasta   Boiled egg  Rice with chicken broth 
THURS  Milk  Mashed potato, poached eggs, toast  Mango Rice with fish curry  Corn   Noodles with boiled vegetables  
FRI Milk  Pancakes with maple syrup and blueberries  Apple  Dal/pulses, rice with ghee  Carrots  Vegetable soup  
SAT  Milk Avocado toast  Berries   Broccoli with pasta  Baby corn  Pasta with mushrooms  
SUN  Milk  Cheese potatoes  Avocado  Split green gram broth with rice Cucumbers and tomatoes  Noodles with vegetable broth  

TIPS: 

  1. By now the infant has developed most of the teeth, so giving solids is good for healthier teeth.  
  1. Nutrition from various sources is essential for a balanced diet.  
  1. Milk, milk products, simple carbohydrates, protein, and good sources of fat are all essential to meet the nutritional requirements of a growing child. 
  1. Never force a food item on a kid.  
  1. Greens, non-vegetarian food for those who are used to it should be introduced.  
  1. The child should be used to the home cooked meals by now.  

NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 

  1. A balanced nutrition will automatically ensure that all necessary vitamins and minerals are taken care of.  
  1. Vitamin D is essential – physical activity, exposure to the sun is essential. 
  1. Supplement as per the doctors advise.  

DIET AT 23 MONTHS  

 EARLY MORNING  BREAKFAST  MID-MORNING  LUNCH  EVENING SNACK  DINNNER  
MON  Milk Cereal  Cashews, figs   Toast with peas and spinach  Mashed potato   Pumpkin soup   
TUES Milk  Egg toast   Dates, almonds  Vegetable pulao with peas and carrots Yoghurt  Tomato soup with bread  
WED Milk  Cereal  Peach/pear  Pasta   Boiled egg  Rice with chicken broth 
THURS  Milk  Mashed potato, poached eggs, toast  Watermelon  Rice with fish curry  Banana and peanut butter  Noodles with boiled vegetables  
FRI Milk  Pancakes with maple syrup and blueberries  Banana Dal/pulses, rice with ghee  Carrots  Pumpkin soup with a slice of bread – buttered  
SAT  Milk Avocado toast  Berries   Broccoli with pasta  Baby corn  Pasta with mushrooms/cheese   
SUN  Milk  Cheese potatoes with toast and orange juice  Muskmelon/ chikoo  Split green gram broth with rice Cucumbers and tomatoes  Noodles with vegetable broth  

TIPS: 

  1. By now the infant has developed most of the teeth, so giving solids is good for healthier teeth.  
  1. Nutrition from various sources is essential for a balanced diet.  
  1. Milk, milk products, simple carbohydrates, protein, and good sources of fat are all essential to meet the nutritional requirements of a growing child. 
  1. Never force a food item on a kid.  
  1. Greens, non-vegetarian food for those who are used to it should be introduced.  
  1. The child should be used to the home cooked meals by now.  

NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 

  1. A balanced nutrition will automatically ensure that all necessary vitamins and minerals are taken care of.  
  1. Vitamin D is essential – physical activity, exposure to the sun is essential. 
  1. Supplement as per the doctors advise.  

DIET AT 24 MONTHS  

 EARLY MORNING  BREAKFAST  MID-MORNING  LUNCH  EVENING SNACK  DINNNER  
MON  Milk Cereal  Cashews, figs   Toast with peas and spinach  Mashed potato   Pumpkin soup   
TUES Milk  Egg toast   Dates, almonds  Vegetable pulao with peas and carrots Yoghurt  Tomato soup with bread  
WED Milk  Cereal  Peach/pear  Pasta   Boiled egg  Rice with chicken broth 
THURS  Milk  Mashed potato, poached eggs, toast  Watermelon  Rice with fish curry  Banana and peanut butter  Noodles with boiled vegetables  
FRI Milk  Pancakes with maple syrup and blueberries  Banana Dal/pulses, rice with ghee  Carrots  Pumpkin soup with a slice of bread – buttered  
SAT  Milk Avocado toast  Berries   Broccoli with pasta  Baby corn  Pasta with mushrooms/cheese   
SUN  Milk  Cheese potatoes with toast and orange juice  Muskmelon/ chikoo  Split green gram broth with rice Cucumbers and tomatoes  Noodles with vegetable broth  

TIPS: 

  1. By now the infant has developed most of the teeth, so giving solids is good for healthier teeth.  
  1. Nutrition from various sources is essential for a balanced diet.  
  1. Milk, milk products, simple carbohydrates, protein, and good sources of fat are all essential to meet the nutritional requirements of a growing child. 
  1. Never force a food item on a kid.  
  1. Greens, non-vegetarian food for those who are used to it should be introduced.  
  1. The child should be used to the home cooked meals by now.  

NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 

  1. A balanced nutrition will automatically ensure that all necessary vitamins and minerals are taken care of.  
  1. Vitamin D is essential – physical activity, exposure to the sun is essential. 
  1. Supplement as per the doctors advise.  

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