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Minted Peas and Brown Rice Baby Food

Fresh herbs really boost flavor in a recipe, which is why a mint leaf will do wonders for this already-delicious dish!

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 Minutes

Mixed Berry Coulis

The only ingredients this coulis requires are fresh berries and powdered sugar. Spoon over your favorite pastry or frozen dessert for mouthwatering sweetness.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 10 Minutes

Sweet Pea Baby Food

Starting your kids early—and often—on wholesome, healthy foods will help them appreciate more flavors later in life.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 Minutes

Basic Vinaigrette

A simple pantry recipe, this dressing can be thrown together at the last minute for dinner in a pinch.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 10 Minutes

Roasted Pineapple Baby Food

One simple fresh fruit, roasted and blended well, is a great way to introduce your baby to the wonderful world of food.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 6 Minutes

Roasted Corn and Squash Baby Food

In-season fruits and veggies offer great nutritional variety for your children and help to develop their preference for whole foods.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 10 Minutes

Berbere Spice Blend

This spice blend has a kick, and will go great with fish, chicken and beef.

Difficulty Level: Simple | 10 Minutes

Banana Berry Baby Food

The classic flavor combination of strawberries and banana, puréed to perfection.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 10 Minutes

Avocado Baby Food

Just like bananas, slowing adding small pieces of ripe avocado to this recipe over time is a great way to develop your child’s chewing power.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 Minutes

Blueberry and Banana Baby Food

It’s never too early to start making food that looks as great as it tastes. This vibrant purple dish is not only lovely, it’s extra delicious, too.

Difficulty Level: Simple | 11 Minutes

Cherries and Butternut Squash with Millet Baby Food

This dish is chock-full of wonderful health benefits for your baby. From the antioxidants in the cherries and the dietary fiber in the squash, to the protein in the millet, it’s the perfect trifecta!

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 Minutes

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