Homemade baby food

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Any suggestions on recipes, websites, or books for Homemade baby food. My kiddo is 5 months old. We have started rice cereal so next month I want to start her on baby food I make at home I am just preparing for this now.

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Amber - posted on 11/06/2009




I also use www.wholesomebabyfood.com and have been for the past 4 months. I love that site. For soft foods like bananas and peaches I just use one of those $10 food choppers and for other things such as carrots or pears I use my blender it works wonderfully. I work full time so I usually spend one day on the weekend making as much food as possible then I freeze it in ice cube trays and usually one have to do it about every 6 weeks.

Sarah - posted on 11/06/2009




I use the Super Baby Foods book! It's awesome! It has a ton of information about food and many other things! It's pretty simple making your own baby food though! Good Luck!!

Melissa - posted on 11/06/2009




Just another tip:

Make sure when you make carrots that you don't save the water you steamed them in, it explains it on the site too.

Jessica - posted on 11/06/2009




homemade baby food is pretty simple, that is why i chose it aswell.

make sure you have a food processor...i bought a mini one for $10 at walmart.

cook the veggies until they are soft, then let them cool and then mush until they are well blended.

here's a basic recipe

60ml (1/4 cup) diced or chopped cooked food

15ml (1 tbsp) liquid such as water that it was cooked in, breast milk, formula.

if too thick, add more liquid.

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