First Baby Food – Our Easy to Use Chart for 4 to 6 Months

First Baby Food Chart For 4 to 6 Months


This first baby food chart helps you see at-a-glance the best foods for baby from 4 to 6 months.

Please note that it is important to discuss the introduction of all new foods with your pediatrician, as he or she will be acquainted with your family’s medical history and will be able to advise you if certain foods are not appropriate for your child.

 

NOTE: Since this chart was produced, the guidelines for introducing peanuts have been amended. Please see this page for more information

 

This chart is printable

Printable first baby food chartClick anywhere on the chart to open a PDF document, which you can then print or save to your computer.

First baby food chart

Notes about our baby food chart

Recommendations for the best first baby food vary, but the foods shown here are generally considered ‘low risk’ in terms of allergy and tend to be easily digestible.

In order to keep this chart simple and easy to read, we haven’t added too many details…

…but if you’d like to learn more about each food listed, then simply click on the ‘Baby Food Recipes and Tips’ button in the navigation menu (to the left of this page), then click on the ingredient you’re interested in for more information. We’ll tell you just how nutritious each food is for your child, describe how to prepare it and share with you lots of our favourite recipes using that ingredient!

First Baby FoodYou may also like to visit our comprehensive guide to introducing solids at this stage, where we answer all your common questions:

Introducing Solids at 4 to 6 Months

Sources:
NHS – First Foods
WebMD – A Solid Start

Baby food diary

Charts Stage By Stage

6 to 9 months
10 to 12 months
Main chart for baby’s first year

From our First Baby Food Chart, return to home