2 years baby food chart

2year-baby-foodYour baby food chart depends upon area and locality of availability of food material. Your baby food chart depends upon area and locality availability of food material. But in this time all food material or active ingredients available all over the world. So you can’t said that this baby food recipes is only for European or Asian countries. Your 2 year toddler is a proficient eater of all vegetables and grains. He/she can eat everything that you are eating with less spice but some child like it.
In his time you have to need to keep a balance of nutrients meals. We give you an ideas about to ensure a healthy and balanced diet for your 2 to 3 years child. First understand that’s most important to keep in your mind that your child is unique and you must follow her cue or timing when feeding.



In this age group 2 to 3 years of your baby’s dairy milk (We recommend only Cow Milk) is not important because of other food takes most important role for your baby growth. You can give dairy milk (Cow Milk) on limitation 1-2 cup morning and evening per day, so that your children do not fill themselves up on milk alone. If your child/baby doesn’t like milk then you can give other milk products such as heese, paneer, curd, ghebar, pera, khoya and other milk made products that’s provides protein and calcium.

In this age group we focus on green vegetable if you are non-vegetarian then you can start to feed. For vegetarians, the main source of proteins is the legumes or pulses but remember to include wide variety of pulses in your child’s diet. Also include nuts, seeds and dairy products in some form in your child’s diet or likes. Alternative grains like ragi, buckwheat, millets too have good amounts of protein in them, so no need to fret that your child is not getting enough protein.

Wake up – 6 am
Milk – 1-2 Cup of milk 125 -200ml according to digestion
Breakfast – 7.30 to 8 am
One of the following:



    1Apple rice cereal, Sprouts vegetable soup, Moong dal soup, Egg, (Fully boiled or may be scrambled in very few drops of oil, Idli with rasam or sambar, Set dosa, Atta halwa (Wheat cereal), Apple oats porridge, Vegetable oats porridge, Milk oats porridge, Sabudana kheer with Cow Milk, Barley kheer, Apple Ragi halwa, Ragi malt, chickpeas soup, Sweet corn vegetable soup, Curd oats, Moong dal halwa  (NEW), Nestum rice (stage 1) with  almond milk

    Nestum rice with homemade curd add water as needed while mixing

Morning – 10 to 10.15 am
One of the following:

  • Steamed apple
  • Banana or steamed kerala banana
  • Papaya
  • Chikoo (sapota/ Aalu Bukhara)
  • Avocado
  • Melon
  • Other fruits like watermelon, pears, oranges
Lunch – 11.30 to 12.30 pm
    Ragi or finger millet
  • Broken wheat (daliya) with milk.
  • Half basmati brown rice with half white rice.
  • half millets with half white rice.
  • Soak them for about 2 hours in warm water before cooking. Use hulled foxtail millets known as thinai arisi/ korra biyyam/ navanakki- for babies above 10 months.

    Try one of the following

  • Dalia khichdi,  (vegetable broken wheat food)
  • Dal khichdi,  with one of the vegetables: spinach, methi, pumpkin, carrot, ridge gourd, bottle gourd, tomato
  • Methi khichdi
  • Tomato dal khichdi  (no veggies)
  • Sweet potato rice  (make the same way as potato rice, you can add a bit of jaggery instead of salt)
  • plantain rice recipe  (raw cooking banana with rice)
  • urad dal khichdi
  • vegetable oats khichdi
  • Indian baby food  with chickpeas and methi leaves (11 months, only for babies not having colic)
  • mashed rice, dal with  tomato rasam,  rasam  made with  rasam powder
Mid noon – 2.30 to 3 pm
Fruits or steam cooked mashed veggies
Evening snack -5 to 5.30 pm
One of the following:

  • Large serving of Milk
  • whole grain cereal
  • Ragi malt with milk  (almond powder can be included)
  • Millet porridge (will post the recipe shortly)
  • Almond milk  with powdered corn flakes or nestum rice (stage 1)
  • carrot baby food  (can skip almonds)
  • carrot milkshake  or  carrot juice smoothie  (babies above 1 year)
Dinner – 7 to 7.45 pm
  • mashed rice with dal ka paani (strained dal soup)
  • Mashed rice with milk
  • Mashed rice, carrot with daniya rasam
  • rice porridge with veggies
  • Rice with dal ka pani (bassaru) and light cooked vegetables.
  • Rice with tomato rasam and light steamed or cooked vegetables.
Bed time – 8.30 to 9 pm
Large serving of Milk. Make sure there is a gap of at least 1 hour 30 mins in between the completion of dinner and milk. For babies above 12 months: If the baby is still hungry after the milk, can feed some light crackers.

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