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Soy Milk

This homemade soy milk is a tasty dairy alternative, and can be used on cereal or in baking recipes.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate | 26 Minutes

Roasted Sweet Potato Baby Food

Since sweet potatoes are packed with so many nutritious goodies, serving this dish to your child is an awesome idea.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 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

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

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

Apple Juice

This simple technique delivers maximum nutrition with very little effort. For the best flavor, combine two or more apple varieties.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate | 16 Minutes

Date Syrup

A delicious sugar alternative that boasts a wide variety of uses.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate | 41 Minutes

Roasted Carrot Baby Food

Roasting an ingredient in baby food will really help your child develop an appreciation for an exciting variety and depth of flavors.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 Minutes

Lemon and Chia Dressing

A lemony vinaigrette with blended chia seeds for added nutrition. Perfect for drizzling over a bed of fresh greens.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate | 10 Minutes

Coconut Milk

With just two ingredients, you can have coconut milk for soups, smoothies, and baking.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 Minutes

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Lemon Thyme Dipping Sauce

These flavorful Brussels sprouts make the perfect dinner party side dish.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate | 30 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

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