grain, fruit, & veggie blends for baby

So you’ve done single-ingredient purees and fruit & veggie purees for your little one, and now you’re ready to move on to more complex foods! After fruits and veggies only, I like to incorporate grains next. Things like pasta, quinoa, and rice are all great options! We like to stick with whole-grain pastas and brownContinue reading “grain, fruit, & veggie blends for baby”

first fruit & veggie blends for baby

As your little one grows and has tried a number of single-ingredient purees, you can start introducing blends. To make the new foods easy to digest, start with two-ingredient purees that include just fruits and veggies before going to more complex blends. Try to choose foods you think will complement each other. As a generalContinue reading “first fruit & veggie blends for baby”

homemade baby food storage

As your little one gets older, freezing your homemade purees in ice cube-sized portions certainly won’t be big enough. At one point, I was taking 3-5 cubes out a time for feeding when I finally realized I needed to freeze in larger portions! We found two great options. Gerber Graduates Bunch-a-Bowls Once you’ve made yourContinue reading “homemade baby food storage”

first foods for baby

At our son’s four-month well-child checkup with the pediatrician, we were told we could start introducing solids at meal time. We were excited for this new adventure and quickly ran to the grocery store to buy a few purees. Having never bought baby food, I was astounded at the price on these tiny cups ofContinue reading “first foods for baby”