1. Milk Porridge with Apricots
All it takes is whole milk, baby porridge oats, and soft, dried apricots. It’s best to puree the dried fruit into the porridge if your baby is too young for finger food.
2. Single-Serving Pumpkin and Carrot Cubes
Cook until soft and then puree with a stick blender. Pour into ice cube trays to freeze for future consumption.
Tip: Put a full day’s worth of cubes into a freezer bag for super-convenient serving.
5. Pureed Leftovers
An awesome way to repurpose your leftovers into a hearty soup for babies. Simply rinse off the seasonings of the previous night’s main dish and puree it with a blender or food processor.
8. Creamy, Fruity Popsicles
Natural yogurt (Did you make your own? Amazing!), peaches, and bananas. Blend, pour into molds, freeze, and voila!
9. Pureed Vegetables
Super nutritious and pretty to look at! Wash and steam vegetables (like beets, as shown in the picture) and puree with a blender or food processor. If you’re in a time pinch, canned vegetables can also be pureed.