Home made baby food??

Sabrina - posted on 08/07/2009 ( 8 moms have responded )




So I've heard great things about home made baby food such as veggies and then fruits. I bought this great baby food freezer tray and am looking forward to doing this. Anyone have any feedback??? I'm looking for a good book on the hows and receipes for interducing solids baby food.....anyone have one??

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Katie - posted on 08/18/2009




I've just been buying bags of frozen veggies and cooking them then blending them. I put them in normal tupperware containers. I have them in the freezer and just thaw it out when I'm ready to use it.

Shirley - posted on 08/14/2009




My bible for starting solids for my first daughter was the Australian Womans Weekly " Fresh Food For Babies and Toddlers" It takes you through every stage and gives you recipe ideas from the very begining to when you are cooking child friendly meals for your whole family. It also has recipes for kids parties, snacks, lunch boxes etc.

Isabel - posted on 08/14/2009




Annabel Karmel is supposed to be very good, i have been given one of her books by my sister who highly recommends it, looking forward to trying some of the recipies soon.

Sam - posted on 08/14/2009




I bookmarked a great website at home about this will check tonight and try post a link foe you also have a fab book so will include name and author. Have Just started Liam on solids and have started with green veg as I'm told that it harder to get them onto after the sweeter stuff. Up to now he has had brocoli just liquidised fine with a spot of water and refridgirated, and warmed and a spot of his milk added at feeding time and although wasn't keen at first by day three he is loving it, I understand why they say to try something three or four times before you give up!

Meghan - posted on 08/10/2009




Hey Sabrina, I've been searching the web as I am interested in making homemade baby food and found a website wholesomebabyfood.com is helpful. It has recipes and tips that are very helpful. Hope this helps. Good luck!

Julie - posted on 08/07/2009




I heard of a website called weelicious.com, It has some very interesting recipes on it.

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