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    Save yourself heaps of money and make your own baby cereal. The same principle can be used for a host of grains and even lentils...

    Recipe #50401

    Most babies love Squash and Sweet Potatoes, so this is an instant hit. For babies over 6 months. *NEW*Apparently a reviewer didn't know to use prepared infant formula instead of just powder. I have adjusted the recipe to state "prepared". Plese ignore their comments and use infant formula prepared as you would give in a bottle.

    Recipe #56055

    A baby pleasing combination.

    Recipe #50842

    This is a basic pureed meat recipe. Use your doctors advice on when to start meats.

    Recipe #133781

    For babies 6 months and up

    Recipe #134222

    For babies 6-9 months.

    Recipe #134062

    This recipe is by Elizabeth Geiger and would be great for a holiday meal. 7-9 months and up

    Recipe #134056

    This makes 1 baby serving. It will keep in the fridge for 1-2 days, if you plan on keeping it longer, freeze it. Prep/cook time does not reflect cooking the vegetables prior.

    Recipe #118822

    for babies and toddlers

    Recipe #148352

    This is a baby food recipe for babies 9 months and up.

    Recipe #134214

    My baby loves sweet potato and carrot, and we often have to mix other foods with either sweet potato or carrot to keep her interest in the dish before her. Here is one dish she loves, and an easy way to get her to eat her baby cereal.

    Recipe #276683

    My twins are starting to eat soft solid foods and noodles are easy for them to eat. I decided to try making some pasta with some leftover pureed baby food for a more nutritious and egg-free pasta. One 4 oz baby food jar is 1/2 cup. Cooking time is resting time.

    Recipe #260300

    This is from the Magic Bullet cookbook. Servings will depend on how much your child eats.

    Recipe #222115

    This is a simple recipe to prepare fresh baby food for your baby rather than the expensive jars. Found this on a Vegetarian website, I think. It makes 8 cubes, so I put 8 servings since I would consider this a side dish.

    Recipe #184481

    This is a simple recipe to prepare fresh baby food for your baby rather than the expensive jars. Found this on a Vegetarian website, I think. It makes 4 cubes, so I put 4 servings since I would consider this a side dish.

    Recipe #184480

    My 1 year old loves this stew. I made this for her at about 10 months old. Easy to puree and freeze. One stop meal. Not bad for adults either - even without any seasoning. Just make sure your baby has been introduced to all the ingredients before serving. Servings are approximate. I calculated 3 cubes per serving - your little one might eat more or less depending on age. Add pasta or rice if you want to include a whole grain to the meal.

    Recipe #120565

    My baby son will eat ANYTHING with this blueberry cream on top. From 4 months.

    Recipe #97836

    I used to make my own baby food when the kids were younger. This was one of their favourites. Gradually, I added garlic powder, onion powder (as they got older), parsley, herbs, ginger, cayenne, cumin. Soon, they were able to eat all the spicy foods that I cooked. This is a good basic recipe even if you're not trying to introduce new flavours, vegetables , etc. Prep time includes the time to bake the chicken. For younger babies, this may be good for 2-3 serivings. For older ones, it would probably be sufficient for one serving. I have recorded it as one serving in this case.

    Recipe #75911

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    This baby food is easy to make and prepare ahead to freeze and use as desired. I used to hand make most of the food my little one ate and it isn't terribly difficult once you get in to groove. You can alway save a few baby food jars and take this with you that way for convenience

    Recipe #57101

    An easy breakfast for a baby 8 months and older.

    Recipe #52539


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