Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

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.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 12 cup freshly cooked vegetables, your choice
  • 2 tablespoons milk or 2 tablespoons infant formula or 2 tablespoons cooking water


  1. Put the ingredients into a blender.
  2. Run on low speed until very smooth.
  3. Serve.


Most Helpful

It's a keeper for me - I have made this one twice since having dental surgery. One time I mixed steamed peas with low sodium chicken broth and the second time I used green beans.

Chef RZ Fan July 26, 2009

Just reinforcing LonghornMama's tip about potatoes turning into a glutenous clump. The same is true of most starchy root vegetables ( yams, taro, cassava also called manioc or yuca). Don't have a blender? Food can be pressed through a strainer with the back of a fork! Happy Pureeing.

WizzyTheStick April 22, 2009

A great reminder that baby food is so easy to make at home! Just wanted to add a note that potatoes should be put through a ricer or food mill and not be whirred through the blender or food processor, they'll turn into a glutenous clump. Ice cube trays work really well for freezing baby food portions, just transfer the cubes to a ziploc freezer bag and pull out servings as needed. Easy and so much cheaper to make your own organic baby food this way as well. Thanks, CoffeeMom, for posting!

LonghornMama April 25, 2005

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