Tag Archives: homemade baby food

Quinoa Cereal

Cherry Puree

Sunshine Cookies

A quick, yet delicious recipe that will brighten your day!

Zucchini Puree

Butternut Squashed Carrots

Zucchini Puree

Pea Puree

This pea puree is perfect for little weaners aged 6 months and older and provides lots of protein, as well as calcium, vitamin A, and iron too!

Smashed Baby Burgers

These smashed baby burgers are an easy way to make a easy and delicious meal for your little weaner, any night of the week!

Homemade Bread Crumbs

Homemade bread crumbs are super versatile and can be used in many different recipes. Check out our smashed baby burgers next for some inspiration!

Chicken Rice Dish

An easy chicken and rice dish for young weaners!

Plum Puree

Plum’s are not only rich in Vitamin C and anti-oxidants, but help cure constipation naturally.

Recipe of the Week Chinese Version-Fruit Salad

Recipe of the Week-Blueberry Banana Risotto

Everyone loves a little sweet treat in the middle of the day! Try this amazing risotto recipe as a great vitamin packed lunch! Blueberry Banana Risotto! 1 cup blueberries 2 soft bananas 1 cup Arborio rice Cook rice according to package directions. Either mash or puree in the blueberries and bananas. So tasty!

Recipe of the Week Chinese Version-Baby Mac N’ Cheese

Recipe of the Week-Baby Mac n’ Cheese!

Even until this day my favorite meal is mac and cheese! Luckily for my belly I have grown out of the KD stage and moved onto a healthier version of this classic. Make this for the whole family and pull babies aside and puree! Mac & Cheese for Weaners 1 cup uncooked whole grain macaroni ¼ cup grated cheddar cheese 1 large tomato Bring a pot of water to a boil. Add macaroni and tomato. Cook according to package directions (normally around 10 minutes). Drain, add cheese. Puree or chop.

Recipe of the Week-Sweet Potato’s & Green Beans

I was (am) a bit of a picky eater when it comes to my veggies so I always try to mix up the flavours a bit for my babies so that they don’t get their hate on one specific veggie! This combo even allows me to stomach green beans;) Sweet Potato & Green Beans 1 lb green beans 5 sweet potatoes Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Wash and cut the ends of fresh green beans (if using frozen don’t worry about it). Wash and peel the sweet potatoes Chop up sweet potatoes into cubes. Throw sweet potatoes and green beans in a casserole dish with just barely enough water to cover the bottom. Bake for 1 hour. Throw them in your blender and puree to the right consistency. You may need to add water or breast milk to thin them out.

Recipe of the Week-Apple Turkey Loafs!

This recipe is another one that the whole family can enjoy!! I LOVE these amazing little bite! The girls enjoy packing these for family picnics at the park. Apple Turkey Loafs 1 lb ground turkey 2 egg yolks 1 wean cube carrots 1 wean cube apple sauce 1 wean cube green beans ¼ cup whole grain bread crumbs Pinch of basil Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Add all the ingredients and mix them well. Lightly grease muffin tins. Divide the mixture into the tins bake for 30 minutes and let cool before serving. You can use a fork to mash it up, puree it or cut into chunks if you baby enjoys finger food meals.

Recipe of the Week-Sweet Potato Fries

These fries are great for the entire family! They go great with fun finger food meals;) Sweet Potato Fries- Finger Food! 2 sweet potatoes 1 tsp oil Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Wash and peel sweet potatoes. Cut into strips. Throw into a mixing bowl with the oil and toss to coat all sweet potatoes Put all fries onto your baking sheet and bake for 40 minutes. Let cool and serve!

Recipe of the Week-Tofu Banana Wheat Germ

Love this recipe! Make sure you serve right away to avoid the browning. Make a little extra to throw in your plain yogurt! Tofu Banana Wheat Germ 1 package silken tofu 1 banana 1 tbsp wheat germ Mash all ingredients together and serve.

Recipe of the Week-Your Green Baby’s Apple & Spice

Another delicious recipe courtesy of Kim Corrigan-Oliver, the beautiful mama behind Your Green Baby. Kim always post great ideas, tips and of course recipes on her site! For any of you that have a fast growing, hungry toddler make sure you check out Kim’s Snacking on the Go with your Toddler post! Apple & Spice Apples are a favourite among babies – I have not met a baby who didn’t like apples.  This puree takes apples one step further to apple pie filling – yes it is that good.  It combines apples with raisins and cinnamon to create the most delicious puree and I am sure your baby will love it. Apple Surprise 9 to 12 months 4 apples, peeled, cored and chopped ¼ cup organic raisins ¼ to ½ tsp ground cinnamon Steam apples and raisins until tender apples are tender, approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Transfer to a bowl, add cinnamon and puree to desired consistency with a hand blender or blender.