Usually from six months mothers stop feeding the baby exclusively from the breast and start him on solid foods. And then questions begin to arise: what to feed, when to feed? How to diversify the menu? To facilitate young mothers task, the land of the Soviets offers sample menu of the child for the year.

It is suitable for child aged 9 to 12 months. This sample menu is designed for the child six feedings in a day:

  • first feeding — 7-8 hours
  • the second feeding — 10 hours
  • Breakfast is 11 hours
  • lunch is 14 hours
  • afternoon — 18 hours
  • dinner — 21-22 hours

In addition to breast milk, the baby's menu for up to one year contains fresh vegetables, fruits and fruit juices, cereals, jelly. Remember that food at this age should be liquid and homogeneous, and new foods in the diet should be introduced gradually, so that the child is used to unusual food for him, and also to check if the child has allergies.

Sample menu baby under one year for a week

Monday

First feeding:
breast-feeding or cow's milk 1 tbsp.
  1 cracker

Second feeding:
  30 grams of vitamin juice or 50 grams of raw grated apple

Breakfast:
150 g of semolina
  100 g of jelly

Lunch:
100-150 g of vegetable puree
  50-100 g of jelly

Snack:
  200 grams of cereal, pudding or apple mousse (on mango or breadcrumbs)

Dinner:
  breast-feeding or 1 tbsp. cow milk with 1 tsp. Sahara

First feeding:
breast-feeding or cow's milk 1 tbsp.
  1 cracker

Second feeding:
  30 grams of vitamin juice or 50 grams of raw grated apple

Breakfast:
150 g mashed rice porridge
  100 g of jelly

Lunch:
100-150 g of mashed potatoes with liver or meat
  50-100 g of jelly

Snack:
  200 grams of cereal, pudding or apple mousse (on mango or breadcrumbs)

Dinner:
  breast-feeding or 1 tbsp. cow milk with 1 tsp. Sahara

First feeding:
breast-feeding or cow's milk 1 tbsp.
  1 cracker

Second feeding:
  30 grams of vitamin juice or 50 grams of raw grated apple

Breakfast:
150 g of semolina with breadcrumbs
  100 g of jelly

Lunch:
150 g mashed potatoes
30 g of ground meat
  50 g apricot puree

Snack:
  200 g apple mousse on breadcrumbs

Dinner:
  breast-feeding or 1 tbsp. cow milk with 1 tsp. Sahara

First feeding:
breast-feeding or cow's milk 1 tbsp.
1 biscuit

Second feeding:
  30 grams of vitamin juice or 50 grams of raw grated apple

Breakfast:
150 g crushed wheat cereal
  100 g of jelly

Lunch:
  100-150 g of mashed potatoes on meat or bone broth, stuffed with yolk
  50-100 g of jelly

Dinner:
  breast-feeding or 1 tbsp. cow milk with 1 tsp. Sahara

First feeding:
breast-feeding or cow's milk 1 tbsp.
  1 cracker

Second feeding:
  30 grams of vitamin juice or 50 grams of raw grated apple

Breakfast:
150 g of semolina with apples
  100 g of jelly

Lunch:
100-150 g of vegetable puree with meat
  50-100 g of jelly

Dinner:
  breast-feeding or 1 tbsp. cow milk with 1 tsp. Sahara

First feeding:
breast-feeding or cow's milk 1 tbsp.
  1 cracker

Second feeding:
  30 grams of vitamin juice or 50 grams of raw grated apple

Breakfast:
150 g of pureed buckwheat
  50 g of apple puree

Lunch:
100 g fat-free broth with pureed chicken
100 g mashed potatoes
  50 g of banana puree

Snack:
  200 g of apple mousse on a mango or breadcrumbs

Dinner:
  breast-feeding or 1 tbsp. cow milk with 1 tsp. Sahara

Sunday

First feeding:
breast-feeding or cow's milk 1 tbsp.
  1 cracker

Second feeding:
  30 grams of vitamin juice or 50 grams of raw grated apple

Breakfast:
150 g of pureed oatmeal
  100 g of mashed potatoes

Lunch:
100 g mashed potatoes
100 g of meat pudding
50 g of jelly

Dinner:
  breast-feeding or 1 tbsp. cow milk with 1 tsp. Sahara

It is clear that this is a child's menu for up to a year - approximate. Do not need to feed the child with products that he does not like, just because they are described in the menu. The approximate menu of the child shows what products, when and in what quantities can be given to a child at this age - and various variations depending on your abilities and tastes and the child's health are only welcome!