4 Best recipes for one-year-old

Sep 20 , 2021

Mastermind Corporation

4 Best recipes for one-year-old

As the baby grows to become a toddler, their eating habits also require modifications. The increase in movement, activities, etc., will demand more energy, which only milk, purees and semi-solid foods may not sufficiently provide. Also, as they grow up, they can eat everything that an adult eats without being spicy, salty and deep-fried, junk and overly sweet. 


So, as your one-year-old says hi to tasty table food, keeping their nutrition intact also becomes vital. Along with that, introducing foods of different textures, flavours, and variety is also essential. Thus, we have 4 best recipes for your one-year-old, which will provide both nutrition and taste.




  • Wheat Pancake Recipe 


Pancakes are a favourite for all age groups. But when you are making them for the baby, they have to be nutritious and preferably whole grain. So, rather than making them with a pre-mixture or all-purpose flour, choose wheat, which is an excellent source of fibre, essential vitamins, and minerals.

Baby food recipe  




1 cup wheat flour(atta)

Jaggery syrup (use 100% organic jaggery)


1 tsp fennel seeds




How to Cook:


Mix flour and jaggery 

Add fennel seeds to it and add water to get

Add sufficient water to get the proper consistency.

Spread the batter to get the pancake shape.


Jaggery is a natural sweetener and is also rich in iron. So, adding a little of this sweetener will only be suitable for the child. 



  • Ragi Porridge


It is high in fibre and helps in bone density and muscle building.




  • Ragi seeds: 3-4 tbsp.
  • Water
  • Milk + salt 
  • Jaggery (optional)


How to Cook:

  • Soak ragi seeds overnight in the fridge.
  • Grind them in a blender and add water to give it a paste consistency
  • Boil this with enough water over medium heat and let it thicken
  • Add milk of choice, salt to it, with jaggery being optional.
  • Serve lukewarm to the baby as they are lighter and digest well.



  • Indian Chicken Puree


Chicken is a popular meat used in India. It is also an excellent source of protein, iron, Vitamin B6, niacin, selenium and phosphorus. Also, as it is mild in taste, the babies get accustomed to its flavour easily.




  • 1 chicken thigh piece (boneless)
  • 1 cup chopped veggies like carrot, potato, green beans
  • A pinch of cumin powder
  • Rice


How to Cook:


Wash and chop the chicken into smaller pieces.

Transfer the chicken and vegetables into a pressure cooker and let it cook for 2-3 whistles.

Once it’s cooked, blend the cooked chicken and vegetables with some liquid into a smooth puree

Add a pinch of cumin powder for seasoning.


If you keep the blend thick, you can also mix chicken and vegetables with rice.



  • Healthy Banana Muffins for Kids (No Sugar Added)


Healthy Banana Muffins for toddlers have no added refined sugar added as the sweetness comes from the mashed banana. 

This fruit has many health benefits for infants as it contains fibre, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin B6.




  • 1 cup plain or wheat flour
  • 1 large banana
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 3 tbsp Greek yogurt
  • 1 egg
  • 1/8 cup butter (30 g)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract


How to Cook:


  1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius.
  2. Mix the dry ingredients, flour and baking powder.
  3. In a separate bowl, mash the banana
  4. Beat the egg and then add the yogurt, softened butter, vanilla extract and mashed banana.
  5. Add everything in one bowl and use a silicone spatula to mix the ingredients gently
  6. Grease the muffin tin as you divide the batter equally
  7. Bake for about half an hour or until golden brown.


Do try these recipes for your baby and get the children explored to new flavours and tastes.