Balanced Food chart for 10-12 month-old baby with Nutrients

Foods for 10-12 month old baby

Are you looking for a food chart? A balanced diet is very important for the overall development of the babies. We have already showed a food chart for 7 month, 8 month and 9-month-old babies in this channel. 

Now we are going to display a food chart for 10-12 month-old babies. It covers all the essential nutrients, such as protein, carbohydrate, vitamins, fat, zinc, potassium and calcium. In this chart, we added more varieties of fruits, such as seasonal local fruits (mango, litchi) and coconut.  

This is the right time to introduce black seed and ginger into your baby’s diet. You can also introduce some fresh vegetables, such as lady’s finger, red spinach, cauliflower, beans and broccoli. 

You should remember that some foods cause allergies to babies. So, try to follow the 3-day rule – Introduce 1 food at a time and wait for 3 days to check for any allergy symptoms. 

Special Notes:

  • Breastfeed your baby regularly.
  • Don’t feed honey until your baby turns 1 year.
  • Seafoods such as pomfret, tuna and shrimp contain mercury. So, don’t feed these foods to your baby until he or she turns 1 year.

Food Chart for 10-12 month old baby:

We have shown a food chart in the following. It is very easy to maintain.

food chart for 10-12 month old baby in English

Foods for 10-12 month old baby:



Brown/ Red RiceCarbohydrate, phosphorous and fiber
Oatmeal  Carbohydrate, dietary fiber, protein, vitamin B-6, iron and calcium
Sago (Sabudana)Carbohydrate and zinc
Banana PureeCarbohydrate, iron, fiber, potassium, vitamin A
Apple PureeVitamin C, fiber
Pears PureeVitamin C
OrangeVitamin C, Vitamin A, Potassium and Dietary Fiber
DateCarbs, Fiber, Protein, Potassium
Mixed Dry Fruit PowderProtein, Fiber, Vitamin E, Calcium and Magnesium
Pomegranate JuiceVitamin C, vitamin B-6, dietary fiber and potassium
MangoVitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin B-6, Folate
LitchiVitamin C, Vitamin B-complex, Manganese, Magnesium, Copper, Iron
CoconutB vitamins Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3), pantothenic acid, folic acid, biotin, potassium, and sodium


CarrotDietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium
Green PapayaVitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron
PumpkinManganese, iron, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E
Sweet potatoMagnesium, thiamin, niacin, iron, vitamin A, vitamin C
Gourd Zinc, Vitamin C, Fiber
SpinachVitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C and calcium
TomatoSodium, Potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Iron
Lady’s Fingerpotassium, vitamin B, vitamin C, folic acid, calcium
Red spinachvitamin C, vitamin A, iron, calcium and folic acid
Cauliflowervitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B-6
Broccolivitamin C, vitamin K1, iron
Beansprotein, fiber, folate, iron
Breast MilkProtein, potassium, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C
Lean Chicken breast  MeatProtein, vitamin B6, iron, fat.
FishProtein and Calcium
Egg YolkProtein, fat, vitamin A, vitamin D

This food chart is based on research. Please share your comments.


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