Making your own baby food is cheap, easy, and cuts back on a ton of packaging waste.
It's as simple taking your favorite (baby-approved) fruits and veggies, tossing into a blender, and pureeing them.
Babies can eat the purees right away — or if you make a bigger batch, you can freeze and store the leftovers in ice cube trays, then thaw as needed.
We used these silicone ice cube trays — that are bendable and lidded — but any will work. When you're ready to use the pureed cubes, simply pop them out and thaw them in the fridge or microwave. Just remember to completely cool them before serving. (For more on how long purees will last in the fridge and freezer, click here.)