Combine coffee, milk, sugar and ice cubes in a blender. Pulse until the mixture is well combined and ice is crushed. Pour into tall glasses, top with whipped cream and cocoa if desired. Makes two servings.
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Fruits or veggies first? Bland or flavorful? And how will I know when my baby’s ready?
You probably have ton of questions about solid foods as your baby nears six months. And who can blame you. With so much information out there and so many different approaches everyone has something to say and it can get overwhelming really fast.
Feeding your baby solids should be enjoyable milestone for both of you and not something to stress about. Check out this fun infographic from New Born Baby Zone and take it one day at the time… In no time you both will be food champions!
Share with us in comments When did you introduce solid foods to your baby & What was their first food?
Please Note – The above infographic is intended as reference and for entertainment purposes. Make sure your baby is old enough and ready to start eating regular food and that your pediatrician has given you an OK to feed your baby solids and what foods to start with first!
Suzana (SCM) is the owner, editor and main contributor of SocialCafe Magazine. As a wife and work at home mom of two (tween girl & baby boy), she enjoys writing about fitness, food and style among other things.