18 Months Baby Food Chart And A Golden Recipe

by slurrp

Having a 1.5-year-old child is no joke! At this point, you have made it through 18 months of a whirlwind experience. From bringing the baby into the house, going through the anxiety-ridden first night to learning how to understand and communicate with your child, we’re sure these past months have been a journey of a lifetime. We imagine that with so much going on, 18 months probably flew by!

The fun and frolic are now about to take a new turn as at this age, little ones start to show their childlike tendencies and can get up to all sorts of naughtiness. Our babies are keen to explore the world around them and are going to be romping all over the house, continuing to keep us parents on our toes through our waking hours. This naughtiness and exploration, however, is one of the most endearing things to behold, and seeing our little ones grow in front of our eyes is one of the most fulfilling things a parent shall probably experience. In fact, all this naughtiness makes us gush over them even more!

This also means that we now have to be extra vigilant with regard to the health and immunity of our child. Health, immunity, and nutrition should be prioritized from day 1. Here’s an immunity-boosting recipe to help your little one give that extra boost of immunity. The environments our children interact with are full of germs, microorganisms, and bacteria that can make them sick. The only to make all this an enjoyable process is ensuring that the immunity of our babies is strong, allowing their babies to fight and protect against any harmful substance in the environment around them.

The key to this is using simple and organic ingredients. The more complicated a food item is, the higher the chance of it being unhealthy. The labels of any food given to your child should be simple and easy to understand; scientific names have no business going inside our children’s tummies! Simple ingredients pack the highest nutrition and are often the easiest to use for quick and convenient recipes.

Oats recipes are a great example of this. Oats are a great source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals and are a really versatile ingredient you can experiment within the kitchen. A particularly useful oats recipe is the overnight oats jar. Made with organic oats, chia, and nuts, this is a highly nutritious breakfast for your little one that just takes 5 minutes of preparation the night before! Letting this rest over the night turns it into a delicious morning breakfast that is hassle-free and ready to eat. Chia seeds are high in protein, fiber, and antioxidants while nuts are great for protein and healthy fats.

Best ‘No-fuss’ Breakfast Oats Recipe – Overnight Soaked Oats And Chia Seeds

Convenient recipes like this help keep your baby healthy and happy and also leave with you with free time to catch your breath! Organizing all this into a baby food chart is the simplest way to make sure it all gets done. Check out our 18-month baby food chart here:


First Day

Breakfast: Paneer/ Egg Bhurji with Paratha

Mid-Morning Snack: Kiwi Chunks

Lunch: Khichadi with Masoor Dal

Evening Snack: Soybean and  potato Cutlet

Dinner: Thick tomato soup


Second Day 

Breakfast: Banana Oats Pancake

Mid-Morning Snack: Pineapple chunks

Lunch: Methi Parantha with curd

Evening Snack: Dry Fruits Ragi Laddu

Dinner: Paneer Paratha with Butter



Third day

Breakfast: Moong dal cheela 

Mid-Morning Snack: Dahi Idli

Lunch: Matar mushroom with chapati

Evening Snack: Suji Toast

Dinner: Vegetable Vermicilli


Fourth Day

Breakfast: Idli with Coconut Chutney

Mid-Morning Snack: Fruit Smoothie

Lunch: Spinach Moong Dal Khichadi

Evening Snack: Coconut water

Dinner: Aloo Masala Dosa

Fifth Day

Breakfast: Paneer Sandwich

Mid-Morning Snack: Cookie Crumbs Yoghurt Fruit Salad

Lunch: Beetroot Khichadi with pumpkin raita

Evening Snack: Mini Pizza

Dinner: Moong Dal with chapati


Sixth Day

Breakfast: Bread Omelet/ French Toast

Mid-Morning Snack: Banana Custard

Lunch: Chatpati Arbi with Roti

Evening Snack: Chaach/ Lassi

Dinner: Vegetable Khichadi


Seventh Day

Breakfast: Aloo Paratha with Butter

Mid-Morning Snack: Fruits Smoothie

Lunch: Kadhi Chawal

Evening Snack: Ragi Dosa Tacos

Dinner: Chapati & Matar Paneer


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First Day

Breakfast: Wheat Banana Pancake

Mid-Morning Snack: Chocolate Banana Smoothie

Lunch: Aloo Parantha with curd

Evening Snack: Spring Rolls

Dinner: Moong Dal Khichdi


Second Day 

Breakfast: Rava Upma with coconut chutney

Mid-Morning Snack: Kiwi Chunks

Lunch: Matar Mushroom with chapati

Evening Snack: Ragi Potato Cutlets

Dinner: Aloo Parantha with Butter


Third day

Breakfast: Egg bhurji/ besan chiila

Mid-Morning Snack: Pomegranate 

Lunch: Vegetable Khichdi with Curd

Evening Snack: Corn & Pea Patty

Dinner: Pulao with Curd

Fourth Day

Breakfast: Veg Poha

Mid-Morning Snack: Coconut water

Lunch: Jeera Aloo with chapati & Raita

Evening Snack: Fruit & Vegetable Cream Salad

Dinner: Jaggery ghee roti laddu


Fifth Day

Breakfast: Vegetable Grilled Sandwich with cheese

Mid-Morning Snack: Baked Fruit chips

Lunch: Sweet Rice

Evening Snack: Coconut water

Dinner: Mix Veg with chapati


Sixth Day

Breakfast: Moong Dal Spinach Cheela with tomato chutney

Mid-Morning Snack: Orange Banana Smoothie 

Lunch: Jeera Rice with vegetable raita

Evening Snack: Cucumber Sticks

Dinner: Dal Palak with chapati



Seventh Day

Breakfast: Vegetable Dalia

Mid-Morning Snack: Coconut water

Lunch: Masala Bhindi with chapati

Evening Snack: Fruit Custard

Dinner: Veg Biryani with Raita


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First Day

Breakfast: Vegetable Upma

Mid-Morning Snack: Papaya chunks

Lunch: Green Gram Dal & Rice

Evening Snack: Arbi Fingers

Dinner: Ragi Dosa


Second Day 

Breakfast: Steamed Ragi Dosa

Mid-Morning Snack: Fruit Yoghurt

Lunch: Aloo with chapati

Evening Snack:  Ragi Sheera

Dinner: Sambhar & Rice


Third day

Breakfast: Oats Banana Pancake

Mid-Morning Snack: Watermelon Juice

Lunch: Vegetable Khichdi

Evening Snack: Sweet corn potato cutlet

Dinner: Bhindi masala with chapati


Fourth Day

Breakfast: Egg omelet/ Paneer

Mid-Morning Snack: Kiwi

Lunch: Kadhi and Rice

Evening Snack: Baked Beet Sticks

Dinner: Spinach & paneer  paratha


Fifth Day

Breakfast: Sprouted Cheela with paneer

Mid-Morning Snack: Mango Milkshake

Lunch: Paneer Bhurji with chapati

Evening Snack: Coconut water

Dinner: Tomato Onion Uthappam


Sixth Day

Breakfast: Onion Parantha with green chutney

Mid-Morning Snack: Banana Smoothie

Lunch: Palak Paneer Rice

Evening Snack: Beetroot Cutlets

Dinner: Sweet Vermicelli with dry fruit



Seventh Day

Breakfast: Idli with Chutney

Mid-Morning Snack: Fruit smoothie

Lunch: Vegetable Pulao

Evening Snack: Baked banana chips

Dinner: Thick tomato soup


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First Day

Breakfast: Banana Pancake

Mid-Morning Snack: Papaya

Lunch: Curd Rice

Evening Snack: Mini Pizza

Dinner: Dal with Ghee chapati


Second Day 

Breakfast: Oats Apple Porridge

Mid-Morning Snack: Fruit Smoothie

Lunch: Aloo Puri

Evening Snack: Sandesh

Dinner: Green Gram dal with Rice


Third day

Breakfast: French Toast/ Paneer Sandwich

Mid-Morning Snack: Kiwi Banana Smoothie

Lunch: Bottle gourd vegetable Roti and cucumber raita

Evening Snack: Coconut water

Dinner: Paneer Parantha with green chutney


Fourth Day

Breakfast: Vegetable Poha

Mid-Morning Snack: Banana Fritters

Lunch: Moong dal and  Rice

Evening Snack: Tomato soup

Dinner: Mashed Ghee Roti with pumpkin vegetable


Fifth Day

Breakfast: Boiled egg/ paneer

Mid-Morning Snack: Stewed apple

Lunch: Jeera Aloo with Roti & Pineapple raita

Evening Snack: Chaach/ lassi

Dinner: Sambhar Rice



Sixth Day

Breakfast: Sambhar Vada

Mid-Morning Snack: Coconut water

Lunch: Methi Parantha with Mint Raita

Evening Snack: Apple

Dinner: Vegetable Khichdi with Curd


Seventh Day

Breakfast: Rava Upma

Mid-Morning Snack: Baked fruit

Lunch: Veg Biryani with raita

Evening Snack: French Toast

Dinner: Matar Paneer with Roti


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1. Make sure to follow the 3-day rule. Note down the new ingredients introduced in the baby’s diet to look out for any allergic reactions

    2. It is common for babies to reject unfamiliar foods, as they wean. Be patient and keep offering a variety of foods. Do not worry, this is perfectly normal

      3. Please remember that some foods can irritate your baby’s digestive system. Avoid highly spicy or greasy foods. Also, avoid foods that could easily cause choking

        4. If your baby as several episodes of vomiting after trying new food, has diarrhea, develops a rash, or swelling of the lips or eyes, he or she may be having an allergic reaction. Stop the feeding and call your pediatrician

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