SolidStarts Real Food for Baby

SolidStarts Real Food for Baby

By SolidStarts LLC

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2021-05-10
  • Current Version: 1.8.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 20.90 MB
  • Developer: SolidStarts LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.90751
From 1,611 Ratings


Everything you need to know about introducing real food to babies with baby-led weaning or within a transition from spoon feeding to finger foods. Learn how to safely introduce more than 200 foods to baby. Each food has detailed nutrition information, choking & allergen guidance, specific instructions on how to cut and serve the food based on baby's age, videos of real babies eating the food, a unique recipe, and more. Better yet, every food's entry has been written and reviewed by a team of doctors, feeding specialists, swallowing specialists, and dietitians. Quickly search for a food (eggs, chicken, strawberries, anything!) and feel confident in exactly how to prepare it for baby. With a paid subscription, you can record baby's progress with a digital food log, track baby's favorite foods, make a list of foods you'd like to try later, and track any foods baby has had a reaction to which you can share with doctors and caregivers. This app will be a crucial tool to help you to raise a healthy, happy eater, avoid picky eating, and enjoy family meals!



  • Must-have app for parents!

    By Shannnnnnnin
    I did purées with my first child because I didn’t know of anything else. With my second we started the same path, but she decided she wanted to eat like us and what we were eating. That’s when I found Jenny and the Solid Starts team. They were/are incredible and an invaluable resource for feeding little ones. When they released this app I downloaded it immediately and have used it regularly. My baby is now two and an incredible eater. I tell EVERY new parent I know about this amazing app. THANK YOU Solid Starts for this resource! I’ll forever be grateful for this life-changing app and all of the resources you provide!
  • Love the organization, don’t love the app

    By Bagelbagelsadog
    I follow solidstarts on instagram, and I learn so much about BLW, how to safely cut food for different ages. I love the pictures and write ups. I have a few gripes about the app. 1- It logs me out often 2- The search feature is really weird? I literally typed “bla” to searcb for blackberry and the top results were Milk (cow), Honey, Rice, Peanut Butter, Butter. I don’t even eat 3/5 of those and none of them start with bla. I always have to type the whole thing, which is fine, but counter intuitive to every search feature out there. I also wish I could filter searches or my app to only include certain dietary preferences. We don’t eat animal products so it would be nice to exclude all non-vegan items. I’m sure people who follow kosher etc might also like that.
  • So helpful!

    By mkeltyp
    Never has an app given me so much peace of mind. As a new parent, that’s worth so much!
  • You have to pay to do anything

    By Jack ucf fancy
    You can’t log anything or track anything without subscribing
  • Gratitude from a nervous parent

    By knottykneeta
    I use this app all day everyday since my baby started solids. Bought the paid version to log foods too. A must have for every parent trying BLW.
  • Wish there were more food options than just whole foods/ingredients…

    By Anonymous6690
    This app is great for tracking allergens and whole foods, but there’s a lot missing. They recently added pizza, which is a great start, but for the paid version, I shouldn’t have to put every ingredient in a pancake or a quesadilla. I do like how it shows you how to prepare different food for different ages, but that feature would also be really helpful for entrées instead of just the ingredients that makes up that entree.
  • Please allow reactions to track separate!

    By eschaums
    Love the app, fun to track foods and very informative showing how to cut, serve etc. My only suggestion, and I feel like I can’t be the only one - often times we’ll try a few new foods in a day, or a puree pouch with multiple ingredients. I’m good about tracking each independent ingredient. One day my son had a small rash on his stomach, it happened at the same time as a cold, and he was also on antibiotics, and it went away after a day or two. We still aren’t sure what it was from. I’d love to be able to just track a REACTION without it being attached to a food. Then If it happens again we could go back and see ah he ate apricot on both days, that must be the culprit etc. Please add this feature!
  • Here’s how I’d pay for Premium

    By Annettish
    Here’s what would make me pay for premium: 1. In addition to the Favorites heart on a food thumbnail, having a Log icon would be more useful. As a user, a more frequent action of mine is adding foods. Especially as a new user, I am sitting here adding 100 foods from the past and having to open each food page is cumbersome. 2. When logging a new food, please allow me to skip the 3 questions. It’s a pain to have to answer each one every time I add a new food, especially because 90% of my adds are NOT allergens or favorites. I’d love to see a “quick add” feature.
  • Amazing

    By Sassyinjapan
    I use this app multiple times a day - it is absolutely worth the money!
  • Love this app!

    By trobertskc
    First time mom and my baby has a dairy allergy. I love being able to not just track foods but easily see how to best serve them. (The interface is so user friendly.) Takes the pressure off having to prepare before every meal and sometimes spontaneous things happen. It gives me peace of mind when my husband/sister will ask if kiddo can have whatever food and I can quickly see if it’s safe at her age and how to serve it. I highly recommend the courses from solid starts as well. Knowing gagging is normal and not the same as choking and how they coach spitting has made meal time better for us both. Can’t recommend everything Solid Starts does enough!!! Truly incredible resources.



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