Along with presentations and cooking classes, in which she provides inspiration for a balanced diet, she has been writing nutrition guides and cookbooks under the pseudonym Anne Iburg since 1999. She has published more than 30 books, and has established herself as a notable author in the field of child nutrition, with several Amazon bestsellers on the topic of infant nutrition and recipes for young children.
In the age of social media, nutrition is a major topic. Information on this topic, however, is often very contradictory and confusing. More and more parents are seeking peace of mind and are focused on finding the right diet for their children. By cooking their own baby food, parents can be confident that they have prepared a natural, healthy meal for their child. And with the right equipment, preparing baby food can be quick and easy!
To help parents in feeding their children, this Braun guide delivers tried-and-tested recipes for everything from purees and solid baby food to family meals, all with guaranteed success, and photos to whet your appetite! As well as helpful nutrition tips.
Marlein Auge and Braun hope you enjoy trying out these recipes. Bon appétit!
From birth until around 6 months
From birth until around 6 months, your baby will get all the nutrition it needs from breast or formula milk.
Baby’s first foods
From around 6 until 7 months
Baby’s regular milk plus simple, soft purées made from one or two fruits or vegetables, baby rice and lentils.
From around 7 until 9 months
Baby’s regular milk plus fruit, vegetable and rice purées, with the addition of well puréed meats, other legumes, soft pasta, fromage frais and soft finger foods.
From around 9 until 12 months
Less milk, thicker purées, more chopped foods, cheese and eggs, more finger foods like chopped soft fruits and vegetables, toasted bread, with dips, soft sandwiches.
From around 13 until 23 months
Expanding the variety of foods to include many family foods. Eating family meals.