All 10 Months MPASI and 3 Recipes, Mother Needs to Know

It doesn’t feel like the little one is already 10 months old. It must feel like life is quite tiring but fun because you have a toddler who is always active and wakes up occasionally breastfeeding at night.

All the kisses and hugs you get from your 10 month old little one makes it all worth it. While your little one will grow and develop at their own pace, there are sure to be some exciting things to look forward to in the coming days and weeks, including 10 month old baby solids.

10 month old baby complementary food

Your little one’s solid food at the age of 10 months will start to be a little different than before, Mother. It’s not only Mother who feeds the Little One now; they may as well feed themselves.

Your little one who is 10 months old can start drinking from a bottle or sippy cup unaided or picking up banana slices on their highchair tray. However, what is certain is that don’t leave your little one to eat alone, Mother, beware of choking.

How much solid food should a 10 month old child eat and drink?

according to the Bumps, At this age your little one may start to have a high appetite. They may also be willing to try a lot of different things. Enjoy the culinary curiosity while it lasts, Mother.

Breastfeeding directly: You can breastfeed about every four to five times per day. But every child who is breastfed may be a little different. The most important thing is that the little one looks satisfied, the mother’s breasts seem to have been emptied and the little one’s weight is growing healthily. When your little one is 10 months old, biting can be a nuisance while breastfeeding. If your little one tries to bite you while feeding, say ‘no’ firmly and end the feeding, putting him down. After a few failures, they will learn that biting won’t work.

Pump: Babies who are breastfed need about 709-887 ml of breast milk per day. So, you have to divide it by how much food your little one usually gives you.

Illustration of a child eating, complementaryIllustration of 10 months MPASI/ Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto/Poravute

What can a 10 month old child eat?

You can continue to introduce healthy food options to your little one, sticking to one new food every three or four days. Mother can give fruits and vegetables. If it’s still soft, cut it into small pieces so your little one can pick it up and suckle on their own.

Try avocados, bananas, blueberries, peaches, ripe potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, and green beans. Other good foods for your 10-month-old are pasta pieces, O-shaped cereals, and tofu. Your little one may eat meat too. Chicken pieces can be taken and eaten. Beef can be cooked, mashed, and served with a spoon.

Need more food ideas for a 10 month old? Food ideas can gradually become more varied as your little one tries and likes new foods. Remember to give your little one a variety of food groups, paying attention to the balance of protein, carbohydrates and healthy fats at each meal.

Easy MPASI Recipes for 10 months old

Here is an easy MPASI recipe for Mother to make and suitable for Little One.

Banana rice pudding


  • cup cooked rice
  • cup (180 ml) milk
  • teaspoon vanilla
  • mashed banana

How to make:

  • Mix rice, milk and banana.
  • Heat all three in a saucepan over low heat, until the milk is fully absorbed.
  • Don’t forget to keep stirring, Mom.
  • Drain and serve to your little one.

Scrambled Eggs


  • 1 egg
  • 150 ml milk

How to make:

  • Beat egg yolks and milk.
  • Pour the mixture of both into the pan, cook on low heat.
  • Stir the egg mixture with a fork until cooked.
  • Cool briefly before serving.

Baked Egg Pudding


  • 1 egg
  • 150 ml milk
  • teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 1 tablespoon of mashed fruit

How to make:

  • Whisk eggs and milk and vanilla together.
  • Bake at 180 degrees Celsius, about 25-30 minutes or until cooked.
  • Cool first then serve with mashed fruit.

This is information about 10 months MPASI for your little one and the recipe. I hope it’s useful, Mom.

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