Freeze in ice cube trays, then transfer to freezer bags.
If your baby food is too thick, add breast milk or water. You can also use water left over from boiling the vegetables.
Thaw baby food in refrigerator when ready to use from frozen.
If heating baby food, always stir thoroughly and only heat for a few seconds at a time. Test the temperature before giving to baby.
It is recommended on the CDC website from the American Academy of Pediatrics to start solids at around 6 months. Wait 3-5 days between trying new foods. At 7-8months, babies can have more variety. Every child is different, so please consult your baby’s doctor if you are unsure about when to feed your baby solids.
Baby cereal and/or breastmilk can be mixed in with this baby food.
Use organic fruits and vegetables where possible.
The fruits do not need to be cooked for this recipe, just peeled and chopped.
Each baby food in this recipe makes around 1 ¼ cups of baby food.
This can be covered and stored in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.