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HIPP Kid's Menu

HiPP has an environmentally friendly diet for your baby for every day from four months to two years, formed in accordance with the recommendations of pediatricians and nutritionists. Here you will find our recommendations on the diet, decorated in a convenient form of the table.

Love for kids and nature, as well as more than 100 years of experience in the production of baby food helped us create these rations for you and your baby.

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Time to start feeding the fruit puree

At four months, most babies “train” their arms and legs, twist their heads to get a better look at everything and satisfy curiosity; Kids can handle the hand with what they are interested in. All this requires a lot of energy, which means that the baby needs to eat well. The first time after the baby has learned to use a spoon, apple sauce is best suited for lunch.

Following the apple sauce your child can offer a new taste: peach, plum, pear, apricot puree. When your baby gets used to the puree of one type of fruit, you can move on to more complex, mixed tastes. It is best to start with mashed potatoes, which contain one of the already known baby fruits. For example, if the baby is already familiar with applesauce, you can offer him a pear with an apple or an apple with blueberries. So you can gradually expand the diet and acquaint the child with new tastes.

Morning feeding

Breast milk or milk formula

HiPP Pre BIO, HiPP 1 BIO

Breakfast

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP Pre BIO, HiPP 1 BIO

Dinner

Fruit puree

Pears "William Crist", Plums

Afternoon tea

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP Pre BIO, HiPP 1 BIO

In the evening

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP Pre BIO, HiPP 1 BIO

During the day

Juices

Mild Apple Juice, Carrot Nectar

Children's tea

BIO Fennel Tea HiPP
During the day it is recommended:
  • Breast milk or milk formula: 800-900 ml
  • Fruit puree: 5-30 g
  • Children's tea and juices: 5-30 ml
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We supplement the kid's diet with vegetable puree

In five months, having mastered the fruit puree, you can take the next step and supplement the baby’s diet with vegetable puree. Vegetable mashed potatoes are more nutritious than fruit ones; besides, their taste is similar to food that adults eat. Pumpkin puree is well suited to begin with. It is nutritious and does not cause allergies, is rich in trace elements and minerals, contains vegetable fibers that help regulate digestion. As an option for the first acquaintance with vegetables, one of the most beloved vegetable dishes by babies is mashed potatoes from early carrots. It is not only healthy and nutritious, but also very tasty, and also contains beta-carotene necessary for vision. When the baby is a little older, in five or six months, you can supplement his diet with mixed vegetable puree, such as broccoli puree with rice or pumpkin with potatoes. This is the most nutritious vegetable puree. Also, from the age of five months, the baby can be offered milk porridge.

Breakfast

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP Pre BIO, HiPP 1 BIO

Dinner

Vegetable puree

Pumpkin, Pumpkin with Potatoes

Fruit puree

Pears with apples

Afternoon tea

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP Pre BIO, HiPP 1 BIO

In the evening

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP Pre BIO, HiPP 1 BIO

Milk porridge

Manny Milk Dessert with Good Night Fruit HiPP

During the day

Juices

Mild Apple Juice, Carrot Nectar

Children's tea

BIO Fennel Tea HiPP
During the day it is recommended:
  • Breast milk or milk formula: 700 ml
  • Vegetable puree: 10-100 g
  • Fruit puree: 40-50 g
  • Children's tea and juices: 40-50 ml
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Meet the new taste: meat puree

At six months, the baby begins to roll over, and he most likely is trying to or is already able to stand on all fours. All these are signs that very soon the baby will begin to crawl. A six-month-old baby needs about a quarter more vitamins per day than four months. The reserves of vitamins and microelements, which he received from you before he was born, have already been spent on growth and development. At this time, the baby especially needs protein, which helps shape and nourish the muscles, and iron, which is important for blood formation and growth. Therefore, pediatricians and nutritionists recommend in six months to supplement the baby’s diet with meat, which contains many nutrients, protein, and most importantly, iron needed by the baby. Iron, derived from meat, the body absorbs particularly well. For kids from six months HiPP has developed a mashed meat with vegetables. They are made from organic vegetables and dietary meats: turkey, chicken, beef and veal. Since the baby’s body is already “familiar” with vegetable puree, the novelty in the diet is perceived easily. This is almost a real "adult" second course. Closer to eight months, babies can switch to HiPP meat puree. Since the needs of babies in salt are much lower than in adults, HiPP prepares all meat dishes with low salt content.

Morning feeding

Breast milk or milk formula

HiPP 2 BIO

Breakfast

Vegetable puree

Pumpkin, Pumpkin with potatoes, Pumpkin with carrot, Zucchini with potatoes, Cauliflower with potatoes, Broccoli with rice

Fruit puree

Apricots with bananas, Wild berries with apples, Apples with bananas, Raspberries and blueberries with apples, Bananas, Peaches with bananas, Bananas and peaches in applesauce

Dinner

Puree Meat

Mashed Turkey, Mashed Beef, Mashed Chicken

Puree meat with vegetables

Tender vegetables with potatoes and veal, Sweet corn with potatoes and turkey, Rice with carrots and veal, Cauliflower with mashed potatoes with beef, Pumpkin with turkey

Afternoon tea

Ready porridge in a jar

Whole rice porridge with fruit "Fruits and cereals" HiPP, Apples with bananas and cookies "Fruit and cereals" HiPP, Apple-apricot mashed potatoes with cereals "Fruits and cereals" HiPP, Grain cereal with fruits "Fruit and cereals" HiPP

In the evening

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP 2 BIO

Milk porridge

Rice milk dessert "Good night" HiPP

During the day

Juices

Mild Apple Juice, Carrot Nectar

Children's tea

Apple tea with melissa, blueberry tea
During the day it is recommended:
  • Breast milk or milk formula: 400 ml
  • Vegetable puree: 150 g
  • Fruit puree: 50-60 g
  • Puree meat: 5-30 g
  • Milk porridge: 5-100 g
  • Children's tea and juices: 50-60 ml
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When you want to chew something: mashed potatoes with slices

Morning feeding

Breast milk or milk formula

HiPP 2 BIO, HiPP 3 BIO with fruit flavor, HiPP 3 BIO with vanilla flavor

Breakfast

Vegetable puree

Vegetable platter, Gentle vegetables with rice, Spinach with potatoes in cream, Broccoli with noodles in a creamy sauce, Vegetable puree with cream

Fruit puree

Apricots with bananas, Wild berries with apples, Apples with bananas, Raspberries and blueberries with apples, Bananas, Peaches with bananas, Bananas and peaches in applesauce

Dinner

Mashed Potatoes

Vegetable puree with rice and chicken, Broccoli with rice and rabbit, Delicate vegetables with veal, Carrots and potatoes with lamb, Delicate rice with carrots and turkey

Afternoon tea

Ready porridge in a jar

Whole rice porridge with fruit "Fruits and cereals" HiPP, Apples with bananas and cookies "Fruit and cereals" HiPP, Apple-apricot mashed potatoes with cereals "Fruits and cereals" HiPP, Grain cereal with fruits "Fruit and cereals" HiPP

Cereal porridge

Organic cereal Multizlaki HiPP, Buckwheat porridge with fruit

In the evening

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP 2 BIO, HiPP 3 BIO with fruit flavor, HiPP 3 BIO with vanilla flavor

Milk porridge

Rice milk dessert "Good night" HiPP

During the day

Juices

Mild Apple Juice, Carrot Nectar

Children's tea

Apple tea with melissa, blueberry tea
During the day it is recommended:
  • Breast milk or milk formula: 300-350 ml
  • Vegetable puree: 170 g
  • Fruit puree: 70 g
  • Puree with slices: 50 g
  • Milk porridge: 150 g
  • Children's tea and juices: 70 ml
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When you want to chew something: mashed potatoes with slices

Morning feeding

Breast milk or milk formula

HiPP 2 BIO, HiPP 3 BIO with fruit flavor, HiPP 3 BIO with vanilla flavor

Breakfast

Vegetable puree

Vegetable platter, Gentle vegetables with rice, Spinach with potatoes in cream, Broccoli with noodles in a creamy sauce, Vegetable puree with cream

Fruit puree

Apricots with bananas, Wild berries with apples, Apples with bananas, Raspberries and blueberries with apples, Bananas, Peaches with bananas, Bananas and peaches in applesauce

Dinner

Mashed Potatoes

Vegetable puree with rice and chicken, Broccoli with rice and rabbit, Delicate vegetables with veal, Carrots and potatoes with lamb, Delicate rice with carrots and turkey, Potatoes with tomatoes and chicken

Afternoon tea

Ready porridge in a jar

Apples with bananas and Fruits and cereals cookies HiPP, Apple and apricot mashed potatoes with Fruits and cereals cereals HiPP, Whole rice porridge with fruits "Fruits and cereals" HiPP, Grain cereal with fruits "Fruits and cereals" HiPP

Cereal porridge

Organic cereal Multizlaki HiPP, Buckwheat porridge with fruit

In the evening

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP 2 BIO, HiPP 3 BIO with fruit flavor, HiPP 3 BIO with vanilla flavor

Milk porridge

Rice milk dessert "Good night" HiPP

During the day

Juices

Mild Apple Juice, Carrot Nectar

Children's tea

Apple tea with melissa, blueberry tea
During the day it is recommended:
  • Breast milk or milk formula: 200 ml
  • Vegetable puree: 180 g
  • Fruit puree: 80 g
  • Mashed potatoes with slices: 50-60 g
  • Milk porridge: 180 g
  • Children's tea and juices: 80 ml
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Dine almost like adults

From one year, most babies learn to walk or walk well already. All mothers at this time are well aware of how quickly the baby moves and how curious his curiosity is. In the year many kids make the first attempts to communicate meaningfully. They have “everything like adults” - the ability to walk, the first teeth, their own favorite cup from which they drink, and many even have their own spoon. A one-year-old child needs twice as many vitamins and microelements for a healthy development than a four-month-old. Therefore, fruit and vegetable purees in the diet are becoming increasingly important for the baby.

For those who learn to walk, HiPP has special ready-made "adult" dishes with a side dish, made from environmentally friendly products. They have large pieces of meat and vegetables, in which kids learn to chew and swallow.

Morning feeding

Breast milk or milk formula

HiPP 2 BIO, HiPP 3 BIO with fruit flavor, HiPP 3 BIO with vanilla flavor

Breakfast

Vegetable puree

Vegetable platter, Gentle vegetables with rice, Spinach with potatoes in cream, Broccoli with noodles in a creamy sauce, Vegetable puree with cream

Fruit puree

Apricots with bananas, Wild berries with apples, Apples with bananas, Raspberries and blueberries with apples, Bananas, Peaches with bananas, Bananas and peaches in applesauce

Dinner

Children's meat dishes

Vegetable mix with beef, Vegetables with noodles and chicken, Gentle vegetables with turkey, Noodles in tomato sauce with veal, Potatoes and green beans with rabbit

Children's fish dishes

Sea fish noodles in HiPP cream and broccoli sauce, Sea fish pasta and vegetables in HiPP tomato sauce, Vegetable mix with beef, Vegetables with noodles and chicken, Tender vegetables with turkey, Noodles in tomato sauce with veal, Potatoes and string beans with rabbit

Afternoon tea

Ready porridge in a jar

Whole rice porridge with fruit "Fruits and cereals" HiPP, Apples with bananas and cookies "Fruit and cereals" HiPP, Apple-apricot mashed potatoes with cereals "Fruits and cereals" HiPP, Grain cereal with fruits "Fruit and cereals" HiPP

Cereal porridge

Organic cereal Multizlaki HiPP, Buckwheat porridge with fruit

In the evening

BIO milk or breast milk

HiPP 2 BIO, HiPP 3 BIO with fruit flavor, HiPP 3 BIO with vanilla flavor, HiPP Pre BIO, HiPP 1 BIO

Milk porridge

Rice milk dessert "Good night" HiPP

During the day

Juices

Mild Apple Juice, Carrot Nectar

Children's tea

Apple tea with melissa, blueberry tea
During the day it is recommended:
  • Breast milk or milk formula: 200 ml
  • Vegetable puree: 200 g
  • Fruit puree: 90-100 g
  • Children's meat dishes: 50-60 g
  • Milk porridge: 180 g
  • Children's tea and juices: 80 ml
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