Baby Food Recipes
2. Sweet Potatoes
4. Acorn and Butternut Squash
To store your purées, spoon the mixture into ice-cube trays. If your ice-cube trays don’t have lids, cover them in plastic wrap. Freeze the purées overnight, then transfer them to freezer-safe plastic baggies marked with the food and date.
If you’d like to read more about making baby food, my favorite book on the subject is The Healthy Baby Meal Planner by Annabel Karmel.
Which baby food are you going to try to make first? Let me know in the comments!
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