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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

Chicken, Broccoli, and Brown Rice Baby Food

As you cook a healthy dinner of chicken, broccoli, and brown rice for yourself, simply blend some up with milk as a treat for your child. Easy and delicious!

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

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

Gingered Carrot and Apple Baby Food

A carrot is roasted…an apple is steamed…and both are spiced with ginger for your child’s enjoyment. But remember, kids are supertasters, so go slow with the ginger at first.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 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

Vegetable Chicken Baby Food

Carrots, kale, and chicken breast come together in this baby food recipe.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 20 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

Banana Baby Food

Start your child on this simple purée. Then, as they get older, work in small pieces of banana to develop their chewing.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 6 Minutes

Cantaloupe and Mango 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: Simple | 10 Minutes

Barley Cereal Baby Food

Since barley—and other whole grains, too—are pretty filling, your child may eat a little less of this dish than other foods. That’s perfectly ok.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 Minutes

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