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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

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

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

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

Tomato Rice Baby Food

Brown rice and tomatoes are all you need for this simple baby food purée.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 20 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

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

Turkey and Apricot Baby Food

Mixing a couple of different foods is a great way to build flavor…and your child’s pallet.

Difficulty Level: Easy | 11 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

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

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

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