This simple recipe is for babies 4 months and up. You can substitute water for the apple juice. Serving size really depends on the amount of food your baby is eating. The serving size entered is for a baby about 4 months old.
This is for babies 6 months and up. My daughter loved this. The recipe calls for an egg yolk, however, babies can not have yolk, so you can substitute powdered rice or oatmeal cereal, add 1 tsp at a time until it is a consistancy you like. This freezes well. After it cools, I put it in an ice cube tray & freeze.
This is a very versitile recipe. I use ground turkey, but you can use whatever ground meat you prefer. You can also add whatever spices you want to flavor the meatballs to your liking. You can serve these with spaghetti sauce, bbq sauce, or as meatball subs, whatever you wish. They are simple to make.
For babies 10 months and up. I found this on a website for making baby food. It is very easy and versitile to make. I love that I can use whatever I have on hand. I precook everything and just heat and mash or cube. I've used leftover mashed potatoes, pasta (cut up), chicken/turkey, ground turkey. **Because I precooked everything, I don't know the actual cook time, so it's just approximate.
There are many similar recipes for this soup on Zaar, but this one is slightly different from them. It is quick & easy. My toddler loves it. I serve it with corn bread. I use dried beans, I soak & cook them, store them in a container & freeze for later use.
My mom got this recipe from a friend of hers & we both make it all of the time. It is so easy to make & it may sound like a wierd combo, but it is very tasty. I've made it with splenda & sugar free jello, which is very good however, it makes a smaller batch.
If doubling this recipe, only use 7 cups of sugar.
*I just put the cooking time on this one because time will vary if you are using fresh or frozen already diced rhubarb.
I found this recipe in an ad for Crisco oil.
My family & I have yet to find a better tasting enchilada (even at resaurants). You can use leftover chicken/turkey/pork, whatever you have, they all taste great. You can cook the chicken however you'd like, I usually boil/grill it. So, the prep time is approximate, it just depends on if you cook it or use leftovers.
For babies 4 months and up. Freezes well. I still make this for my toddler, however now I just chop up after boiling. Makes a great snack...cheap too, we purchase dried apricots at the dollar store! I haven't tried with other dried fruits, let me know if you do.
What do you do with the extra manicotti noodles? With this recipe you only make what you need. This recipe comes from the Taste of Home cookbook. These are very easy to make and taste just like a noodle.
Cooking time is approximate.
I'm not sure where my Mom got this recipe, but I love it! It is my favorite way to make eggplant. I'm told this is a Tammy Wynette family recipe. The original recipe didn't give the amount of spices to use, so I guessed. You can use a little more/less according to your taste.
Ok, so it may not sound appitizing...but it tastes so good! I found this flipping through church cookbooks at my in-laws house. I thought it sounded interesting enough to try. I've made a few changes to the original recipe. Hope you like it.
*Prep time does not include thawing chicken breasts.