Baby Gourmet: The First Course

Theatrical Release: March 26, 2003
DVD Release: March 26, 2003
Baby Gourmet: The First Course


Encourage a lifetime of healthy eating with “Baby Gourmet,” the first video series dedicated to giving parents (and children) practical and entertaining tools to help little ones eat well! Market research indicates that exposure to variety leads to acceptance of new foods, so it’s never too early to introduce your child to both the exotic and everyday foods. “The First Course” introduces infants and young toddlers to fruits and vegetables in their natural state – in trees, vines, bushes, and even in the ground! Babies love watching other babies (and animals, too!) explore and taste nature’s foods. All senses are stimulated when watching fruits and vegetables gracefully dance to enchanting classical masterpieces and nursery rhymes. A delightful cherry harvest segment will educate and entrance parents and children alike.

Dove Review

There is plenty for a baby (geared towards children 1 month to 24 months) to see in this video. It is filled with colorful images of fruits and vegetables with classical music playing. Your child will see flowers, bread, fields of crops, pears, watermelon, berries, bananas, peppers, corn, cabbage, lettuce and much, much more. The video is divided into Act One: Fruits; Intermission; Act 2: Vegetables; and finally, an encore of cheese, eggs, milk and ice cream. Then comes a review to help the child remember what he/she saw. In addition to the stimulating music, there are plenty of kids in this video. The kids are eating the fruit and lets face it, babies love to watch other kids.

At the end of the video, Katheryn Warren gives you a special history of how “Baby Gourmet” came to be, what their research shows, etc.

Your child will want to make a special diet of watching this video again and again!

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Baby Gourmet
Writer: Katheryn Warren and Robert Warren
Director: Katheryn Warren and Robert Warren
Producer: Katheryn Warren and Robert Warren
Genre: Children
Runtime: 44 min.
Reviewer: Dave Lukens