How to Feed A One Year Old

Check out our favorite tips to feed little ones 9 to 16 months (ish).

Set the Right Foundation

Check your mood

Know your role and set yourself up for stress-free mealtimes.

notebook to record when infant feeds

Stick to a schedule

Learn how to schedule meal and snack zones and why it’s an awesome approach.

Keep exploring new and familiar foods

Your little one is in the window of opportunity!

Set the right environment

Screens off and other mealtime happiness tips.

Keep food fun

When food is fun kids explore new textures and try new things. Let loose with these tips!

What to feed a 1 year old?

We have some great ideas, and they double as picky eating prevention tips!

How long to formula or breast feed?

Do you need to feed your one year old breastmilk or formula? When can you stop.

What foods cause choking?

Learn what foods are no go foods and which ones can be modified to be safe.

More Strategies for Success

What about cow's milk?

At one year, your baby can digest cow’s milk. But do they need it? 

Try a food-based sensory bin

Simple fun that lasts for hours and helps little ones learn texture.

What does dirt have to do with it?

What you need to know about getting dirty and a healthy gut.

Tips to pick the right high chair

You’re little one is growing! Make sure your high chair is helping, not hurting mealtime.

How to manage juice

In this one we tell you how we really feel about juice.

Tips to introduce peanuts and other allergens

Early and often is the recommendation. Here’s what you need to know.

What's up with the sippy cup?

From bottle to sippy to cup. Learn about introduction, timing, and tips.

You're not alone. Get help if you need it!

Sometimes how to feed a one year old is tricky? Fooblie is here for you.

Troubleshooting Tips

A Picky Eater

Go in-depth on picky eating. We’ve got resources perfect for everyone.

Food Throwing

It happens for a couple reasons. Learn how to assess the situation and make a plan.

Constipation

We’ve got a 3 “F” method, you don’t want to miss, plus a poop chart!

toddler and grandma in kitchen

Food Allergies

Learn how to take on a new normal and be confident when you feed your little one.