The recipe is pretty simple and you can mix and substitute specific ingredients as you wish, just represent each food group and find the consistency that your child likes and go with it.
Grains - equivalent amount to one slice of bread. Recently, I've been grinding oatmeal or wheat rather than putting in a slice of bread, but go with what works. Whole wheat bread is better than whole grain for the nutritional value. If you don't know the amazing nutritional value of wheat, I would highly suggest reading up on it, especially the value of grinding your own. Wheat loses a lot of its value in the first three days after it's ground, but for a more complete explanation, hop over to my friend Phyllis's page and get more details.
Cooked Fruit - App. 3 Tbsp The easiest options I have found are sugar free apple sauce or prunes, but if you want to mix it up a little try to go for whatever fruit is in season or frozen. Those are the two options which will pack the most nutritional punch.
One side note, Bonnie did not put veggies in the kids meals at breakfast. I do. Do what you want.
Banana: This is the magic. One banana and your kid won't know whatever else you have in the food.
In Short: one meal
1 Grain - equivalent to one piece of bread
Cooked Fruit - 3 Tbsp
Protein - equivalent to 1 egg
Cooked Veggie - 3 Tbsp
Put everything in a blender.
Short cut: Triple recipe for the day or times it by nine and have enough for 3 days. I freeze the extra in muffin pans and then scoop out one muffin's amount and reheat for a meal.
Babies should stay on this until they are able to feed themselves with a fork or spoon. I kept my oldest son on this until he was 18 months, but it was harder to keep #2 on it that long since he was eyeing his big brother's plate. We'll see how long Max will do it.
Side note: Another tip Dr. Denmark she was that a baby should only drink water. "Cows milk is for cows," she would say and getting them plenty of green veggies like the kale pictured will fill their need for calcium. She also forbid juice because of the added sugars.