It used to be Sofia's soup, now it's Maria's. It's suitable for babies or people who follow strict diets. This is dedicated to my little girls, Ana-Sofia and Maria-Cristina, instead of the festive cake :)
Maybe it will be useful for other moms, too. I keep receiving requests for children recipes and I find this one the most important and most basic.
I don't follow a particular diet regarding food diversification. I take into account the doctors' recommendations but I do many things intuitively, combining the classical with the natural diversification, which means adapting the child's food to the family diet (provided that it's correct and healthy).
What you see in the pictures is suitable for 7-8 months already. As with any classic diversification, start with 1-2 root vegetables and slowly, slowly introduce them all. I always try to make soup with at least 3-4 kinds of vegetables, definitely one dill or parsley sprig and one drop of good oil. When the cereal stages start, I add to the soup one teaspoon of oatmeal, buckwheat etc, later, the meat and egg yolk.
In steps 1-2 you see the vegetables I've combined here as an example. Try to accustom children to the taste of all the vegetables and when we move on to the next stage you may no longer have problems with the acceptance of tastes in certain foods.
I really liked the idea of adding oatmeal. Not only is it good for nutrition but it also gives the soup a much creamier and more pleasant consistency. Buckwheat gives the soup a perfect aroma, it's among the children's favorites.
So, take the soup as an example and adapt it to your tastes, needs and period in diversification. Soon, you won't need the blender anymore. Since 9-10 months, I smashed it with the fork, and now Maria chews with her 6 teeth and we don't have problems with eating food pieces or solid foods.
The next stage is the regular soup, which I adapt for all the family members. As an example, find on the site Soup with Buckwheat or Soup with chicken, rice and vegetables.