Apart from formula or breast milk, your baby needs a solid food to be feed for the nutrition such as baby porridge.\r\n\r\nAs he gets 6 months older and closer to age 1, you need to feed solid foods for him to get all the nutrients and introduce his lifelong preference foods.\r\n\r\nIf you have no idea or you want to make him try new foods each day, try to at least introduce new foods every three days.\r\n\r\nThis way you can watch closely if he has any allergic reactions to the foods you were introducing.\r\n\r\nBut keep in mind sometimes the allergy reaction he has while he was a baby will not be affected when after the age of 10 or 12.\r\n\r\nSome babies have an allergy reaction towards eggs when they were babies, but not when they are older. But some might still have the allergic reaction, even when they are all grown up.\r\n\r\nSo remember to consult with your pediatrician beforehand regarding introducing the solid foods to your baby to know any pose allergy reaction risk that your baby might have.\r\n\r\n\r\nBlended Rice Baby Porridge With:\r\nRice porridge is Malaysian mothers\u2019 most favorite food to introduce as solid food for their babies. It\u2019s delicious, can be mixed with other ingredients and nutrition.\r\nChicken, Spinach and Carrot\r\nRemember Popeye The Sailorman? He loved Spinach because it gave him strength, and it\u2019s not a lie. Spinach does give strength, especially to babies for their development and growth.\r\n\r\nIt gives vitamins and minerals to the baby as a catalyst of growth for babies.\r\n\r\nThe carrot on the other hand is a good source of beta-carotene. Beta-carotene will turn into Vitamin A, which helps baby\u2019s eyesight.\r\n\r\nCarrots promote immune system for babies to appear healthier and grow according to their age.\r\n\r\nPrepare rice porridge beforehand. Then steamed the spinach and carrot. Chop the chicken into small pieces or dice the chicken and when all of that is done, add them into a blender and blend.\r\n\r\nYou can add a little taste if you feel your baby will like it even better.\r\n\r\n\r\nCarrot, Broccoli, and Anchovies to Feed Baby\r\nOther than being extra delicious, the benefits that broccoli has been, it is a good supply of minerals and vitamins. Broccoli is also one of the cure for anemia and a remedy for gastric ulcer.\r\n\r\nBabies are much easier to have gastric ulcer because their stomach and intestine are not fully developed. So broccoli is a good veggie to prevent that.\r\n\r\nWhile anchovies are good to keep your little one\u2019s little heart healthy and lower their toxin levels.\r\n\r\nChop the Carrots, anchovies and broccoli and add all of them into the blender with the rice porridge and you\u2019re done! Malaysian babies would definitely love the taste of them.\r\n\r\n\r\nPumpkin, Broccoli and Chicken\r\nPumpkins are good kill intestinal worms and they have good antimicrobial properties.\r\n\r\nPumpkins are also a good supply of antioxidants in which pumpkins help protect several of the baby\u2019s organs from oxidative stress. It\u2019s not only good for adults; it\u2019s also good for kids, toddlers and babies too.\r\n\r\nJust remember to peel off the seeds from the flesh to prevent your baby from choking. Make sure to puree the pumpkins after you bake, boil or steam them.\r\n\r\nBlend them together with broccoli and chicken and your baby will have all the nutrients from the three ingredients.\r\n\r\n\r\nPotatoes, Anchovies and Carrot\r\nPotatoes are famous veggies and they are loved by all ages too. Malaysian parents sometimes even feed their infants with only mashed potatoes because of how delicious it is.\r\n\r\nPotatoes improve the baby\u2019s gastrointestinal and protect the liver.\r\n\r\nThey heal and also protect the skin. When added with anchovies and carrots, all the nutrients from the ingredients are really useful for the babies who are growing each day.\r\n\r\nPeel off the potatoes and steamed them into small pieces. Mashed them to make a paste so it would be a easier for your baby to eat and swallow. Then blend all of the ingredients together.\r\n\r\n\r\nLooking For Something Different\r\nOther than Rice porridge, to mix things up a little bit, mothers once in a while will feed their babies to try to eat pastas.\r\nBlended Pasta With:\r\nThe ingredients will be just like how they prepare for themselves, except; they blend before they feed their babies.\r\nBlended Salmon and Cheese\r\nSo you want your baby to try if they like pasta just like you or not? You can blend the pastas together with Salmon and Cheese.\r\n\r\nSalmon prevent coronary artery diseases and is also a good source of Omega 3, which is very good for your baby.\r\n\r\nWhile cheese adds a little more taste into the pasta, it\u2019s also a good source of calcium, good fats and protein. But do keep in mind only feed your baby cheese if your baby is not lactose intolerant.\r\n\r\nSo boil the pasta until it\u2019s thoroughly cooked and really soft. Cut the salmon into little pieces and blend them together with the pasta and cheese.\r\n\r\nIf you want to mix things up a little bit more, you can replace the salmon to chicken.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nREAD MORE:\u00a0Five unexpected Item to Include in Baby Food.\r\n\r\nHope this recipe or new idea helps mommies out there who is struggling of thinking what is the next step food for your baby. Make sure to try this ideas out and you will never regret.\r\n\r\nBut also remember to consult the doctor if your baby is allergy to any items above.\r\n\r\nFor more tips, guide & trick do visit Motherhood.com.my. The only website that provide everything a mommy need to know.