These recipes of how to make homemade baby food purees will help both you and your baby get excited about starting to eat real food.
Making your own baby food is surprisingly simple, frugal and will give you peace of mind knowing exactly what is in your precious little one’s food. Instead of spending money on prepackaged baby food with unknown preservatives, you can easily use fresh fruits and vegetables to make your purees. Freeze your baby food and routinely thaw different varieties to develop your baby’s taste buds.
These purees are your baby’s very first tastes of semi solid food and should be served one at a time to introduce new taste sensations gradually.
One last tip: Be careful not to overcook as the food will lose its taste and texture.
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