How to Make Homemade Baby Food
Baby Food Recipes
From Chef Mareya, founder and inventor
Feeding your baby safe, whole, fresh food will not only set them up for a lifetime of clean eating and good health, it will prime their taste buds for to become well-rounded eaters in their lives. There’s no better time than right now to introduce a variety of different flavors and combinations and see what they respond to best. Don’t be afraid to add a little spice and seasoning to your baby’s food, too!
By using Eat Cleaner Fruit + Vegetable Wash to clean your produce, you can feel confident knowing you’ve removed bacteria, pesticide residue and wax to reveal nature’s best gifts. What a smart mama you are!
TIP: Wash all produce in advance with Eat Cleaner to help it last longer
Best suited for 7 months+
Banana and Butternut Squash Puree
½ Banana, mashed
1 Cup Butternut Squash, cooked until fork tender
Breast milk to desired consistency
Combine mashed banana and butternut squash breast milk to desired consistency. Store in ice cube trays to keep extra if needed.
Spinach and Pumpkin Puree with Thyme
1 cup pumpkin, cooked (you can use fresh pumpkin or packaged pumpkin)
¼ teaspoon dried thyme
Low sodium vegetable stock (to desired consistency)
In a food processor, combine steamed spinach, pumpkin and dried thyme. Add a few tablespoons of low sodium vegetable stock until desired consistency is reached. Store in ice cube trays to keep extra if needed.
Avocado and Applesauce Puree with Cinnamon
2 ripe Avocados
½ cup no sugar added Applesauce
¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
In a food processor, pulse avocado flesh with applesauce until smooth. Mix in cinnamon. Store in ice cube trays to keep extra if needed.
Blueberry, Beet and Greens Puree
1 Cup fresh or frozen blueberries
½ Cup fresh beets, steamed until fork tender
¼ Cup beet greens, steamed until tender
Breast milk to consistency
In a food processor, puree blueberries with beets and greens until smooth. Add a few tablespoons of breast milk until desired consistency.
Another great tip!!! Pour excess homemade baby food in ice trays to freeze for use throughout the week in pre-portioned cubes!!!