As your child transitions from purees to solids, it’s helpful to have a few simple baby snacks on hand. It can be different when the child is ready for it. If your baby can sit up straight and hold things firmly in their hands, you can give small portions of snacks and finger foods. This often happens in the seventh to ninth year of life.
In the beginning, it is advisable to offer your child only soft foods that he can chew well and easily (eg soft/steamed fruit and vegetables, soft bread, cooked pasta and potatoes). You can find more information about it here: Introduce complementary foods: This is how you introduce your baby to it.
Ten or twelve year old babies often no longer need pap and can usually eat the same as the rest of the family. And with the baby snacks you offer every day, you should pay attention to the following: If possible, they should not contain table sugar, honey, glucose, fructose or other sweeteners, as these attack children’s teeth. But it’s fine if you offer sweet baby food once in a while.
It’s very easy to make them vegetarian or vegan, especially with baby snacks. However, it is debatable whether it is healthy and smart to feed children completely vegan. You can read more about it in this article: Vegan nutrition for children: Essential nutrients, tips and information.