You may think that can of food is edible, but you have to question the food that you are purchasing in store and should your baby be eating it. Former actress, Liza Huber is the daughter of Susan Lucci and mother with three children of her own and she is dedicated to informing other mothers why they have to make sure that their babies only consume natural foods and with mothers love. With some great recipes and numerous freebies, the transition is very easy. There are a number of mothers in Hollywood that have successfully made the transition.
Five famous mothers were asked to mention some of their favorite recipes for their babies that they got from Huber’s healthy cookbook:
Tori Spelling has her hands full, being a regular in Hollywood and a mother of four. Her 6-month old, Hattie has no limits to experience new meals. If you have 4 to 6 month baby, you can’t go wrong with the roasted butternut/acorn squash. Non-allergenic, nutrient rich and easy to digest, the meal also simplifies food preparation. You can produce approximately 25 oz. of food with one large butternut squash.
Jessica Capshaw remains busy with her role on Grey’s Anatomy, but her major work is at home with her two children and one in the oven. Being a busy actress and a full-time mom, Capshaw is in need of easy, healthy meals. One of the stars in the cookbook is the muscle man stir-fry recipe. A simple and quick weeknight meal for the family is loaded with grains and vegetables.
With a full plates, besides just being an actress and mother, Jessica Alba has transitioned to a mogul along with forming her own company. Her company, Honest Company offer delicious, healthy products that do not have any unhealthy toxics. With the many benefits of homemade baby food, Alba is dedicated to providing her 7-month baby, Haven with only the best, natural foods. Alba’s biggest star in homemade foods are lentils. Not only are universal in mixing with other foods, they are also well for their nutritional benefits.
The gorgeous star of Made Men, January Jones has a 7-month angel, Xander that simply enjoys the new tastes and textures for her meals. Besides being time-saving, the no-cook purees are a win-win homemade meal that any infant will love. The unusual blend of the black bean banana mash was a hit for Jones and Xander.
Denise Richard’s little queen, Eloise Joni is very close to reaching the big 1. At 9-months old, Eloise can share the same foods with her older siblings, Lola and Sam. Denise’s biggest benefit is being able to feed all of her children with healthy meals. The easy roast chicken is one of the family favorites. With a small piece of chicken and a roasted vegetable melody pureed in the food processor, dinner is served.