Processed foods are a no no for babies. If you want your baby to grow healthy, you have to provide them with wholesome baby food. To help you out, we have compiled three of the best baby foods that are quick and easy to make.
Avocado & Banana Purée
If you are looking for all natural baby snacks to feed your baby, this is one recipe to try. For full list of ingredients, please visit Annabell Karmel.
Place milk, avocado and banana slices in a baby food maker. Pulse everything until it is already smooth. Place in a squeeze bottle or a bowl and allow your baby to enjoy!
This avocado baby food will surely be one of the healthiest and most delicious foods that your baby will love. Now that we are done with fruits, let’s try a bit of vegetables.
Butternut Squash Purée
Winter squashes are a big hit for babies. These vegetables are rich in Vitamins and Calcium which will help your baby to grow healthy. More than that, this recipe is smooth and delicious making it perfect for your baby’s taste! For full list of ingredients, please visit Wholesome Baby Food.
In preparing this butternut squash baby food, you can start by cutting the butternut in half. Scoop out seeds and place the butternut squash with the face side down in a baking dish. Pour water up to about 1 inch of the dish. Place in the oven and bake for 40 minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit. After that, place the squash in your baby food processor and start processing it. You can add water until you have achieved the consistency that you want.
Truly, there is no better baby food than vegetables. With our next recipe, your baby will be able to taste something different.
Apple and Pear Spicy Compote
This unique tasting baby food from Beaba Babycook is loved by babies aged 8-12 months. For full list of ingredients, please visit Beaba.
Peel the apple and pear. Cut the peeled fruits into four slices. Place the slices in the Babycook blender (water level 2). Cover the fruits with a gingerbread slice. Start blending everything. Place blended mixture in a baby squeeze pouch for easy eating.
Why would you want to buy your babies those processed baby foods when you have these easy-to-make Babycook recipes?