Three Ways to Make Black Bean Purée

It couldn’t be simpler to blend up canned beans, but cooking beans from scratch is hardly more difficult. Here are three methods for getting this protein-rich food ready for your baby. Serving Sizes Plan on starting your baby with a small serving of just 2 tablespoons. As they start to eat more, increase the servingContinue reading “Three Ways to Make Black Bean Purée”

How to Make Chicken Purée

Serving Sizes Plan on starting your baby with a small serving of just 2 tablespoons. As they start to eat more, increase the serving size to 1/4 cup. This recipe makes 1 3/4 cups so, there is plenty to freeze future meals. Ingredients 1 lb ground chicken, preferably organic You could poach a chicken breastContinue reading “How to Make Chicken Purée”

How to Make Salmon Purée

Serving Sizes Plan on starting your baby with a small serving of just 2 tablespoons. As they start to eat more, increase the serving size to 1/4 cup. This recipe makes 2 cups so, there is plenty to freeze future meals. Ingredients 1 lb salmon fillets. Preferably wild skinned Opt for wild salmon when youContinue reading “How to Make Salmon Purée”

How to Make Spinach Purée

Unlike some other leafy greens, vitamin A-rich spinach doesn’t have a particularly bitter flavor. making it a good “gateway” green. Serving Sizes Plan on starting your baby with a small serving of just 2 tablespoons. As they start to eat more, increase the serving size to 1/4 cup. This recipe makes 1 1/3 cups so,Continue reading “How to Make Spinach Purée”

6 Super Easy: No-Cook Fruit Purées

Serve these solo, or mix 2 tablespoons of fruit purées with 1/4 cup plain yogurt for a creamy treat that’s just kissed with sweetness. Start now getting your little one use to yogurt that isn’t overly sugary. Strawberry Purée: Makes about 3/4 cup Blend 8 oz. strawberries (about 1 1/2 cups) in a blender PeachContinue reading “6 Super Easy: No-Cook Fruit Purées”

How to Make Sweet Pea Purée

Serving Sizes Plan on starting your baby with a small serving of just 2 tablespoons. As they start to eat more, increase the serving size to 1/4 cup. This recipe makes 1 1/2 cups so, there is plenty to freeze future meals. Ingredients One 10 oz. package frozen peas You can feel good about usingContinue reading “How to Make Sweet Pea Purée”

How to Make Butternut Squash Purée

The sweet taste of butternut squash is usually an instant hit with babies. You can roast as opposed to steam, especially since it means no peeling! A food processor will make the quickest work of this purée. Serving Sizes Plan on starting your baby with a small serving of just 2 tablespoons. As they startContinue reading “How to Make Butternut Squash Purée”

How to Make Zucchini Purée

Serving Sizes Plan on starting your baby with a small serving of just 2 tablespoons. As they start to eat more, increase the serving size to 1/4 cup. This recipe makes 2 cups so, there is plenty to freeze future meals. Ingredients 2 medium zucchini. Cut into 1-inch chunks There’s no need to peel theContinue reading “How to Make Zucchini Purée”

How to Make Red Lentil Purée

Full of protein and simple to cook, lentils deserve a prominent spot on your baby’s menu of first foods. Ingredients 1 cup red lentils, rinsed Once you’ve successfully fed your baby just red lentils, add in a flavour kick with 2 tablespoons of grated Parmesan cheese the next time you make this Steps Bring aContinue reading “How to Make Red Lentil Purée”

How to Make Carrot Purée

Serving Sizes Plan on starting your baby with a small serving of just 2 tablespoons. As they start to eat more, increase the serving size to 1/4 cup. This recipe makes 1 cup so, there is plenty to freeze future meals. Ingredients 1 lb. carrots, peeled and trimmed Steps Chop the thick parts into 1/2-inchContinue reading “How to Make Carrot Purée”