Tasty, healthy and surprisingly simple, homemade baby food is a breeze to make. Using fresh produce you can ensure that your child is getting all the nutrition and nourishment that they deserve with no nasty additives or artificial ingredients.
New moms have got enough on their plate without having to worry about what to prepare for meal times each day. That’s why this tutorial from Laura Beth, over at astepinthejourney.com, is great because she shows you how to make a weeks worth of baby food in one hour! So next time you pop your little one down for a nap, make the most of the quiet time, blitz up a few ingredients and you’ll be set for the rest of the week!
If you want to make your life even easier then why not consider one of these amazing magic baby bullets! With the help of this handy tool you can prepare and store fresh, healthy, delicious foods that are appropriate for each stage of your babies development.
Banana toast is a wonderfully soft finger food for babies and toddlers. The texture, which resembles french toast, is easy for your child to manage and the banana’s bring a yummy sweetness that will go down a treat.
All you need for this yogurt bite recipe is a carton of yogurt and some fresh fruit – it couldn’t be simpler! The creamy snacks only take minutes to make then all you have to do is pop them in the freezer until they’re firm. The kids will love them so much you’ll find that a batch will disappear before your eyes!
Adding meat to your baby food dishes is a great way to ensure that your child is getting all the necessary protein they need but if you’re introducing the food group to them for the first time it may not go down too well! In order to get your tot adjusted to the new flavors it’s a good idea to add some fruit or something they’re already familiar with. This recipe uses chicken with carrots and apple.
Baby food is super expensive these days so making your own at home is the next best solution…and now you can throw all of your homemade recipes in your handbag and take them with you wherever you go with these mess-free pouches. The reusable containers will hold all of your baby’s favorite pureed foods time and time again, plus they’re dishwasher friendly so you wont have to spend ages washing them.
Teething is a natural part of your baby’s development but the experience can be painful for them so having something to gnaw on can bring some much-needed relief! Made with wholesome and healthy ingredients, these homemade sweet potato biscuits are perfect for soothing sore gums and encouraging new teeth to break through.
When you have a young child, there simply aren’t enough hours in the day so a handy resource that lists all of the foods you can mash with a fork should come in handy!
Whenever Camille, over at camillestyles.com, is blitzing up a smoothie for herself, she’ll make enough for her daughter Phoebe to enjoy too. Sometimes she has to substitute a few of the ingredients for a more child-friendly alternative but this time-saving trick will come in handy for feeding the whole family! Why not take advantage of when your favorite fruits are in season and freeze the puree in an ice cube tray ready to blend whenever you need them!
For those of you who may not know, PediaSure is a supplement powder that provides balanced nutrition to help support your child’s growth and development….but what you also may not know is that it’s expensive! This homemade PediaSure recipe is a fantastic alternative that works just the same as the store bought stuff except that it’s much friendlier on your bank balance!
Filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, these yummy gummies are are packing a whole lot of flavor! Test out different combinations and see which you and your kids like best.