Homemade Hungry Baby Food

Homemade Hungry Baby Food

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Sarah Rae Smith
Jan 19, 2010

You know you're looking at something tasty when the baby food on your computer screen looks more delicious than the sad peanut butter and pickle sandwich you had for lunch. Although tasty in it's own right, it doesn't hold a candle to these quick, easy, and delicious homemade baby foods. We'll show you how after the jump.

Zucchini and Potato are prepped for later consumption.

Though we try to keep most of the food happenings over at The Kitchn, we often get questions regarding homemade baby food. We love design and decor, but we also want what's best for our kids. So here we are.

Gabi over at Honest Fare hits the nail on the head when it comes to simple dishes that are packed with flavor and likewise, nutrition. It was only a matter of time before we saw her creations turn to baby food and Cole Marshall (who you've seen here in all stages of pregnancy) and daughter Tessa (remember her room tour?) were there to lend a hand.

Together they cooked up a months worth of food, in 6 different flavors — in just under 3 hours. There's something quite comforting about knowing when you're feeding your child peas and carrots, that it's not only all they're consuming, but all they're tasting as well.

Doing it all by hand is a great way not only cut your food bill, but promote openness to new foods and tastes. Check out the full play-by-play tutorial over at Honest Fare. Don't worry if you've never done it before, Gabi makes it easy as 1, 2, 3!


(via: Pacing The Panic Room)
(Images: Gabrielle for Honest Fare)

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