6 to 8 Months Baby Food Chart

6 to 8 months Baby Food Chart

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Cereals & Grains





Green Beans
Sweet Potatoes

Protein & Dairy


What can a 6 to 8 month old baby eat?

Cereals: Start mixing grains with purees that you know your baby has had without any reactions.

Fruits & Veggies: Start mixing your owe fruit and veggie combinations once your baby has had several fruit/veggies without any reactions and try using different spices. At 8 months you baby can now have raw ripe fruit. And you may now want to try offering soft cooked veggies or fruits as baby finger foods.

Protein & Dairy: Once your baby has reached 8 months old, you can try offering them meats and dairy. Many pediatricians are now recommending Meats as first foods due to the Iron content – ask your pediatrician. Some Pediatricians are now suggest yogurt as a great first food as early as 6 months. Try Mixing some yogurt with a fruit puree that you already know agrees with you baby.

Remember, many pediatricians are recommending that babies start solids at 6 months of age, the earlier introduction of solid foods may have certain risk factors; consult your pediatrician. And remember to use a “4 Day Wait Rule”. This is introduce new foods, one food at a time and at a space of 4 days apart. This rule should be used in tell the baby is around 9 – 10 months, you can start introducing many new foods. As you loosen up the 4 day wait rule, it is still important to pay attention to the new foods you offer your little one, especially those foods that do pose an allergy risk.

Have any comments or questions about what a 6 to 8 month old baby can eat? Please use the comment section below! :)

3 thoughts on “6 to 8 Months Baby Food Chart

  1. Rmom
    August 22, 2013 at 8:16 pm

    Hi. I’m from Japan and living in the U.S. The chart is so helpful, thank you so much!!

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