You don’t have to be a master in the kitchen to make your own baby food. While convenient, commercial baby foods lose vitamins and nutrients during processing
Peas are a small yet mighty source of nutrition, packing Vitamins A and C, iron, protein, and calcium.
First Carrots Purée
Carrots are a wonderful introduction to solids because of their naturally sweet taste and pleasant texture.
This simple preparation of carrots provides a rich supply of the antioxidant beta carotene and vitamin A.
First Spinach with White Yams
This simple combination of spinach and yams adds a healthy dose of calcium, iron, vitamin A, and folate to your baby’s diet.
The yams add a touch of sweetness to create a pleasant introduction to greens.
Beets and Blueberry Mash
Not only is this blend a beautiful shade of magenta, it’s also a nutritious combination of antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber.
You can also mix this purée with a little cereal for a delicious breakfast for baby.
Butternut Squash and Pear Purée
Butternut squash is a great ingredient because it rarely causes allergies.
Pear adds an additional touch of sweetness to this recipe.
Baby’s first French classic couldn’t be tastier!
Traditional ratatouille ingredients meet the super grain, quinoa, in a delightful “gourmet” purée.
Raw Baby Purée of Blueberries, Mango, Avocado, and Mild Chiles
Another nutrient-dense combination, this recipe combines creamy avocado,
tangy mango, blueberries, and the interesting addition of mild green chilies!
Cherry and Mint Greek Yogurt Baby Food Purée
This homemade cherry purée is a delicious topping for the yogurt base.
Make sure to use full-fat, organic yogurt!
Creamy Provencal Chicken
This dish incorporates Herbes de Provence, a mild blend of spices that can help
introduce your child to more exciting flavors, without the addition of salt.