Baby Foodie – E-Book Giveaway

By : | 31 Comments | On : August 16, 2013 | Category : Food Preparation, Fussy Eaters

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This giveaway is now closed, thank you for your entry we loved reading each and every one. The following winners have been emailed. Please respond within 48 hours.

  • Steph
  • Jessie Hay

Baby Foodie is the One Handed Cooks new e-Book. Baby Foodie is your starting solids guide, taking you and your baby from first tastes, to finger food and everything in between. With over 60 dietitian approved recipes for you to try, nutrition notes and fussy eating tips to help along the way, your baby will enjoy a positive and nutritious start to their food journey. You can find out more here or watch the video.

Giveaway

WIN one of 2 copies of our e-book

To enter:

  1. You must be a subscriber to our One Handed Cooks mailing list.
  2. You must be an Australian resident.
  3. You must leave a comment below telling us “Why is home cooked nutritious baby food important to you?”
  4. Only one entry per person.

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  • The name of the promotion is: Baby Foodie E-Book Giveaway
  • The promoter is One Handed Cooks
  • The conditions of entry are as stated in points 1-4 above.
  • Employees, immediate family members, retailers, suppliers, associated companies and agencies are not eligible to enter.
  • Entries close 12 Midnight AEST 30th August 2013. Comments submitted after this time will not be considered for the giveaway.
  • This is a game of skill. The winner will be awarded based on the strength of their answer to the question in point 3 above.
  • The prizes will be sent to the winners via email link as per the email provided by the entrant.
  • Winner will be notified by 2nd September 2013 via email and will have 48 hours to reply.
  • The results of the giveaway will be published on this site.
  • Prizes are not redeemable for cash and are non-transferable
  • The prize is one copy of Baby Foodie e-book valued at $9.99AUD.

 

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  1. posted by Rebecca Griffith on August 16, 2013

    Home-cooked baby food is super important to me as I know exactly what I’m feeding my kids, I can mix things up and expose them to lots of great flavours and textures, and its a huge benefit to our household budget :)

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  2. posted by Renee on August 16, 2013

    Food is our foundation, setting up good food associations and tastes is important in guiding our child’s health as they grow older.

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  3. posted by Karen.E on August 16, 2013

    I’ve just started my 5 1/2 month old on solids I like to cook my own food for her so I now she is getting the best nutritious food for her growing body

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  4. posted by Vanessa on August 16, 2013

    Home made baby food gives your child the best possible start to a healthy lifestyle. As a mum who could not breast feed but still wanted the best for my son, homemade baby food was a must!

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  5. posted by Cam Femia on August 16, 2013

    Unfortunately breast feeding wasn’t an option for baby and I, so I’m determined to help her little body as much as I can by giving her healthy, nutritious, home made food.

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  6. posted by Kath Johnston on August 16, 2013

    Good food is fun as well as nutritious is one of the most important lessons to teach our babies!

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  7. posted by Nicole Kent on August 19, 2013

    it’s healthy, yummy and full of goodness.
    The perfect start to your little one’s diet!!

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  8. posted by Brooke on August 20, 2013

    Homecooked food for the family and the bubs is important to give our little ones the best start we can.

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  9. posted by Chloe B on August 21, 2013

    I love knowing what they are eating, its like a sense on achievement when I give them good nutritious food

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  10. posted by Veronica Hind on August 22, 2013

    Nutritional benefits aside, one of the reasons home cooked food is important to me and my family because I want to teach my children, from an early age, that food can easily be cooked from scratch.

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  11. posted by Rebecca Brown on August 23, 2013

    I love bonding with my children over food. The idea that I can teach them the value of using good ingredients to create healthy, tasty meals and help them create a healthy relationship with food is extremely important to me.

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  12. posted by Kyla J on August 23, 2013

    I like knowing what goes into the food my baby is eating and that there are no hidden nasties. It’s important to me that she is eating healthy and tasty food.

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  13. posted by Belinda H. on August 23, 2013

    Home cooking allows me to know exactly what I’m feeding my bub – and sets good habits for the future. They can develop a passion for cooking too!

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  14. posted by Catriona on August 23, 2013

    Firstly, the faux-husband got an ipad only yesterday and I would love to win this ebook just so I have an excuse to use it. :-) as for home cooking I know how much sugar or salt goes in my kids food (hardly any) and after a life-time of being useless in the kitchen (ie. not interested) cooking is a new accomplishment and I have a ready audience ready to decorate themselves with the results.

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  15. posted by Joanne C on August 23, 2013

    Homecooked healthy meals are so essential to teach children about healthy food choices and that they can taste terrific

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  16. posted by Hilary A on August 23, 2013

    I know what is in it! Plus, she can see me preparing food and learn about nutrition & cooking herself.

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  17. posted by Lara Mawdsley on August 23, 2013

    As parents we are huge foodies who like to cook nutritious tasty meals from scratch. We think its very important to pass this on to our gorgeous little girl who started solids a couple of months ago and loves the recipes of yours we have tried so far. I like to know exactly what’s going into her food, and I love cooking for her and seeing her reaction when she tries something new. This cookbook would help us to expand our tried and tested recipes! :)

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  18. posted by rodielyn b on August 23, 2013

    I like to cook my own baby food so I know exactly what I am feeding my baby from first tastes right up to toddler meals, it is more cheaper and I am providing my child a good start to a healthy diet filled with fresh and tasty ingredients.

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  19. posted by Christy on August 23, 2013

    Great healthy ideas

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  20. posted by Kirra Garry on August 24, 2013

    Why is home cooked nutritious baby food important to me? Because I want to be able to give my bub the best and healthiest start to his eating life and throughout. Food can have both a postivie and negative affect on bodies, especially little ones and I want to make sure its a positive one and that my bubs new experience with food is enjoyable and benefical. Not being a very able or confident cook myself, knowing that I can follow a recipie that is nutritious and tasty is both satisfying AND reassuring! :)

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  21. posted by Steph on August 26, 2013

    Home cooked nutritious baby food is so important to me because it’s all about the health and well being of my most valuable ‘possessions’ – my children. I feel like a didn’t make the best foods for my son when he was starting solids and he’s such a fussy eater. Meal time was and still is at times a battle. Now, with my 2 month old I hope to do things differently by making a wide variety of healthy and nutritious foods. If only I had discovered this website when my son was first born!

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  22. posted by Fiona Xerri on August 26, 2013

    It’s important to prepare foods for your baby that you know will not have artificial colours, additives and preservatives by choosing ingredients discriminately at the supermarket or growing what produce you can. It can make such a difference knowing vegies your baby is eating hasn’t been sprayed by chemicals and is being prepared without artificial assistance. And, by starting early, when you still have a say as to what they decide to eat, you will hopefully instill a lifelong love and appreciation of home-cooked foods and cooking healthily, that will continue into adulthood and will be passed onto their children and so on.

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  23. posted by Jessie Hay on August 27, 2013

    It’s so much healthier,
    With more variety in taste,
    I can freeze it in smaller portions,
    So it doesn’t go to waste,
    I love that I choose the texture,
    Smoother or maybe lumpier,
    And that I control what goes in,
    There’s no crazy little numbers,
    I also love that it is prepared with love,
    Not in a factory somewhere,
    Because when it comes to my baby’s food,
    I really do care!

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  24. posted by Angela Fortt on August 29, 2013

    Home cooked nutritious baby food is very important to me to ensure that my baby gets all of the nutrients that he needs to grow up big and strong and also to hopefully fill him up so that he sleep all night long :)

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  25. posted by michelle harmer on August 29, 2013

    i know exactly whats going in his mouth! there is no other way. simple. healthy. food

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  26. posted by Jodie Bonaventura on August 29, 2013

    I like to know exactly what I’m feeding my child without the hidden sugar, salt & preservatives. It’s also important to me to be able to alter a recipe to make tasty gluten free & dairy free food.

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  27. posted by Rita Collings on August 29, 2013

    Home cooked baby food is so important as I like to know what my child is eating & I just love seeing him devour what I’ve made for him. I love to spend the time in the kitchen & make something nutritious & delicious for him just like my mum did for my brother & I.

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  28. posted by Valerie Wee on August 29, 2013

    I know what healthy fresh food that I have made for my little one. She will get the best tasty food.
    Cooking makes me happy, the most happy moment will be seeing my little girl eating my home made food.

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  29. posted by Dimitra on August 30, 2013

    It’s important to me as I know what’s in the food and is much healthier than items packaged in shops. A healthy start to life early to encourage healthy eating habits in future.

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