We help you feel confident about feeding your baby

online courses & recipe books for raising a happy healthy eater

Drop the worry.

You don’t have to wonder if you’re feeding your baby the right foods at the right time.

We want you to feel confident about starting your baby on solids.

Jess and Nita registered dietitians with their four children

Hey there.

Just when it seems like you finally got into the rhythm of breast or bottlefeeding, someone asks you the dreaded question “ have you started your baby on solids yet?” 

Up goes your stress and worry as you realize you now have a new chapter in feeding your baby to figure out!

We want you to relax and discover how fun it is to start your baby on solids!

Between the two of us, we have fed our own four babies, and as Dietitians, we’ve taught hundreds of parents how to start solids with joy and confidence! We’d love to teach you, too. 

Ready to have fun feeding your baby?

FOLLOW THIS EASY, THREE STEP PLAN!

Step 1

Take the Start Solids Confidently course 

Step 2

Watch the course & apply what you learn.

Step 3

Know you’re raising a happy, healthy eater!

a jar of berry chia sauce surrounded by fresh strawberries and blueberries

Chia Berry Sauce

Enjoy this healthy, no-sugar added, and fibre rich fruit sauce with your baby and the rest of the family. Harnessing chia seeds’ amazing thickening power, it’s beyond easy to prepare and incredibly tasty.

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anda bhurji recipe for baby pictured in a frying pan and on plates with naan bread alongside ghee

Anda Bhurji for Baby Recipe

This is a recipe that uses egg as the main ingredient and it’s near and dear to Nita’s heart and childhood memories. Full of flavour, veggies, and wholesome goodness from eggs, this dish is made on a rotation in many desi homes and we hope you try it too.

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Happy Healthy Eaters operates on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We respect the Treaties that were made on these territories, we acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past including wrongful, unethical and damaging nutrition experiments, and we dedicate ourselves to move forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.