baby food basics.

baby food basics


I made some homemade baby food for my little one a few weeks ago. Making baby food couldn't be easier and it's so much better. It costs less money too so blending baby food couldn't be easier. You also can freeze. I have been freezing baby food now for a while and it's a great way to store and keep bulk. It was really easy to do, cheaper than buying baby food, and you can freeze it! 

#1. peel, and chop a fruit or vegetable that is suitable to freeze (a lot are but I wouldn't recommend freezing bananas)

#2. then put them in a steamer on top of the stove until they are nice and tender. (if you choosing a potato or yams, you don't need to do this step. instead bake them and mash)

#3. put in freezer trays and cover in plastic. they should be good for 3-6 months. Don't put them in the freezer door though because they don't freeze as well in there. Also make sure to label them with what fruit/vegetable and the date.

#4. when you need to use them just pop out one or two from the ice cube tray, let it sit and defrost for an hour or two and serve.

baby food basics
baby food basics

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