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Gourmet Baby Food Recipes from Foodie Bloggers

Over 30 tasty recipes for your baby’s first year. Introducing solid foods to your baby is a particularly fun milestone if you love food and love to cook. Teaching your baby to enjoy flavor and healthy eating is a huge undertaking, but help is here! If you’re a foodie who wants to introduce tasty, flavorful, gourmet homemade baby food recipes, read on for some recipes and ideas from like minded creative foodie bloggers.

A Note on How to Introduce Solids

It’s entirely up to you to find an approach to introducing solids that you are comfortable with. Consult your health care team and do some of your own research, but I found that the current advice I was given here in the UK was pretty laid back and dismissed many of the rules that I see crop up in books and articles online.

  • You do not have to follow rigorous schedules with phased introductions to different foods.
  • You do not have to hold off stronger flavors and spices.
  • You don’t even have to feed pureed food at all, if you wait until 6 months; many parents are having success with baby led feeding. (If this is your plan, skip the puree section of this post and go straight to the finger foods.)

So for the purposes of this collection, the only hard and fast rules I am observing are:

  • Completely avoiding honey and added salt under 1, and minimizing the use of any concentrated sweeteners.
  • Giving appropriately sized fingers foods to minimize choking risks.

Why I love adding foodie ingredients to my homemade Baby food

Using a variety of spices to make food taste good will expand the child’s palate, and also cut down on the sugar and salt that we often use to make foods taste better.

– Vandana Sheth, RD, and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. (link)


The goal here is to get our tots eating what we eat, and enjoying what we enjoy. As a vegetarian, it is particularly important to me to bring international world foods to the table (because to be fair, so many cultures do veggies better than we do!)

I love the suggestion that this approach can safeguard against potential bad habits later. That makes perfect sense – if my kids don’t learn to love healthy, innocent flavor enhancers like spices and herbs, there are going to be less options for making her food appealing – and this is where sugar and salt can creep in.


Big however.

Our kids are their own people, and picky eating is to be expected along the way, and there is nothing we can do that will guarantee smooth sailing at mealtimes forevermore. So don’t stress and just try to enjoy these early mealtimes with your baby!

Now onto the recipes…

Below I’ve rounded up a selection of baby food purees, finger foods, breakfasts and dinners for babies under one, from parent bloggers who love food… and want their tots to love it too! Since this is a vegetarian blog, I am only including meatless recipes in this collection. Many of the sites I link to do have excellent meat and fish recipes if that is something you’re looking for.

Gourmet Pureed Baby Food Recipes

Preparing baby food in the tastiest way possible, with delicious flavor combinations and herbs and spices, is a great way to show your tot how amazing solid foods are going to be!

Roasted Carrot Baby Food by Laura of Joy Food Sunshine | Pictured | Give some thought to how you prepare your veggies before pureeing them. Who said you have to steam everything? Laura encourages you to roast those carrots (and sweet potato) before you turn them into baby food – this brings out their very best flavor, and, after all, this is probably how you prefer to eat your veggies.

Tropical Puree by Heather at Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks | Nutmeg and ginger infuse this tropical puree with amazing sweet layers of flavor. It was love at first bite for Heather’s lucky tot.

Avocado, Broccoli & Basil Puree | Pictured | Introducing herbs in baby food is one of the best ways to give your baby exposure to a range of tastes – especially tastes that you yourself love! This puree tasted a little bit like my favorite avocado pesto, which will be showing up on the table for years to come.

Blueberry, Chickpea + Rosemary Puree by Michelle at Baby Foode | Especially relevant for vegetarian tots, beans are a wonderful food to bring into your babies diet. And the discerning baby foodie will appreciate this fruit and herb combo which, to be honest, sounds like it came straight off a trendy bar’s cocktail menu.

Golden Beet Puree with Tarragon & Yogurt by Trish at Rhubarbarians | Pictured | Trish won’t give her baby anything that she doesn’t think tastes good too – so her lucky tot is treated to this sophisticated pairing of tarragon with golden beets.

Kale & Banana Puree by Danielle at Red Kitchenette | Getting your baby eating leafy greens is a big priority for foodies, and this puree ensures that the bitterness of raw kale is balanced by banana to create the most palatable introduction.

Quinoa Ratatouille by Love & Duck Fat | When it comes to superfoods like quinoa, start ’em young as you can! This quinoa ratatouille is the perfect way to introduce both quinoa and veggie, herb infused tomato sauces. Let’s face it, the life of a foodie kid will involve a lot of both.

Spiced Lentil & Apple Puree by Homemade Baby Food Recipes | Green lentils and sweet apples are cooked with spices in this delicious combo. Setting the tone for your baby to love your favorite homemade lentil soup!

Fancy Finger Foods

Time to get creative! Homemade finger foods give you a wealth of options for introducing the tastes and textures you want your tot growing up with. Older babies tend to enjoy soft or crispy textures, so it’s a great idea to transform your favorite fruits and veggies into nuggets or baked goods if they struggle with the usual texture. These recipes are also ideal for baby-led weaning.

Spinach Nuggets by Maryea at Happy Healthy Mama | Pictured |Spinach can be notoriously difficult for toddlers and kids to accept, but Maryea has transformed it into cheesy, crispy nuggets. Start your baby off with these spinach nuggets as an early finger food and who knows, you may be able to keep spinach on the menu for years to come.

Baby Cheese Board by Michelle at Baby Foode | Michelle wants you to “just say no” to string cheese. Where cheese is concerned, you want your baby to appreciate the good stuff. Assembling a cheese board for finger food fun is one of the cutest foodie ideas I’ve seen for babies, and especially perfect for baby-led weaning.

Sweet Potato Cookies by Trish at Rhubarbarians | Easily turn sliced sweet potato into holiday themed cookies! With a sprinkling of pumpkin pie spice, because babies need to learn to appreciate fall flavors too.

Warm Stovetop Cinnamon Apples by Sarah at Sustainable Cooks | Pictured | Babies tend to love apples and applesauce, so if you want a fail-safe finger food to start the texture transition, or if you’re practicing baby led weaning and wondering how best to introduce apples, this is a great and easy recipe. Sarah is wise to throw lots of cinnamon in the mix – and she suggests nutmeg, clove, vanilla or almond extract as added twists.

Carrot Muffins by Stacey at My Kids Lick the Bowl | Carrots have a natural sweetness, and so make the ideal base for a sugar free baby muffin. If you’re drowning in recipes using apples and bananas for sweetness, this is a great way to mix things up.

Brilliant Baby Breakfast Ideas

From flavor-packed porridges and oatmeals, to interesting eggs and pancakes – these recipes will get your baby loving breakfast and brunch foods as much as you do!

Coconut Banana Baby Oats | Pictured | With coconut milk and cinnamon, this tasty puree is packed with healthy sources of sweetness.

Strawberry and Watermelon Baby Porridge by Ciara at My Fussy Eater | Let baby enjoy summery fruits with you in this delicious breakfast. While lots of baby recipes are full of yummy banana and apple, it’s important to remember all the seasonal fruits on offer too.

Quinoa Apple Porridge from Dr. Hema at My Little Moppet | If your baby enjoys porridge and oatmeal, mixing up the grains on offer is an exciting way to bring variety into your tot’s diet. Superfood quinoa shows up in this nice simple recipe that deserves a spot in your breakfast rotation.

Green Eggs by Samantha at My Kitchen Love  Getting your tot to love the color green on their plate is a huge win, and Samantha has pulled it off by making these delicious green eggs a family breakfast tradition. The green mix-in can be frozen for absolute convenience.

Banana Spinach Pancakes by Celia at Chicago Jogger | Pictured | Start your tot’s inevitable love affair with pancakes in the best possible way, with these spinach-packed pancakes that baby-led weaning mama Celia enjoyed sharing with her tot. Another delicious way of normalizing that pesky color green.

Delicious Baby Dinners

These meals are baby friendly versions of foodie favorites, and are all delicious enough for the family to eat together (though adults may wish to add some salt and extra spice to their portions). They aren’t overly tame – experts do agree that spicy foods can safely be on the menu for babies!- but they don’t go overboard on adult vices like hot chili peppers, salt, or booze, and they do add more veggies than the average grownup might have bothered to.

Vegetarian Chilli for Kids by Amy at Healthy Little Foodies (Pictured, left)| This is baby friendly if you use sodium free stock or sub with water | A great way to get some veggies and bean gobbled up! Amy notes that the vegetables kind of melt into the delicious tasty sauce, so if your tot has some issue with textures and whole veggies, but loves flavorful tomato sauces, you’re onto a winner.

Palak Paneer Curry for Babies (Pictured, right) | I never expected my tot to like this, but oh boy was I in for a shock. It can get her gobbling a bowl of pureed spinach with great enthusiasm, so I consider it a miracle recipe.

Patatas Bravas by Mandy at Sneaky Veg | Crispy bits of potato? Check! Tasty tomato sauce? Check! Your tots will love feeding themselves this Spanish tapas classic. Mandy’s version is mild, but has that smoky kick we all know and love. (For younger babies, make the potato chunks more like potato wedges so they can hold them in their fists and suck off the sauce. )

Roasted Butternut & Goat Cheese Mac & Cheese | Pictured, left |A little smoked paprika elevates this mac and cheese’s flavor credentials, and plays beautifully with roasted butternut squash, an ingredient they’ve probably learned to love from their puree days.

Vegan Green Mac and Cheese from Veggies Don’t Bite | Pictured, rightMake suitable for under 1’s by eliminating the salt | Because vegan and dairy free babies need a great mac and cheese recipe too, and this one is twisted up with lots of stealth veggies and miso for flavor.

Hummus Pasta from Oh She Glows | For under 1’s it’s ideal to use use homemade hummus without salt to reduce sodium intake | If there’s one thing you can count on a vegan mama to do, it’s bringing the hummus! In this recipe, hummus is mixed in with tomato sauce to create a dish full of protein and healthy fats, with awesome flavor and a creamy texture.

Tomato & Mozzarella Quinoa Risotto | Pictured | Full of herbs, fun stretchy mozzarella and sweet mascarpone, this risotto is a delicious dinner for babies with a developing love of Italian flavors, and is a great way to get some superfood quinoa in their tummy.

Baby and Toddler Soup Recipes by Kelly at  The Pretty Bee | If your sophisticated tot wants to sip a warming soup on a winter’s eve, these recipes are a great start. Crackers or bread sticks are the perfect accompaniment for tots who like to to dip!

Kale, Spinach & Apple Quesadilla from Michelle at Baby Foode | Once your older baby is competently feeding themselves, little quesadillas can be an easy, healthy meal. Michelle’s recipe uses pureed spinach and kale for the most baby friendly texture, with some soft beans and cheese too. Serve this in tiny bite size pieces, or large strips, depending on your tot’s preferences.

Falafel Sliders by Mandy at Sneaky Veg | Healthy, flavor packed falafel – an ideal dinner to get your tots exploring Middle Eastern tastes. Mandy’s version is perfectly kid sized, and leaving out the salt makes them perfect for under 1’s.


Foodie parents are happy for their tots to indulge in a little sweet treat from time to time – with the knowledge that there are plenty of natural, wholesome ways to make treats!

Chocolate Avocado Baby Muffins by Pamela at Brooklyn Farm Girl | Pictured | Using superfood avocado as a baking ingredient is pure genius, and makes for a great healthy dessert full of good fats – something Pamela likes to share with her tot after each meal.

Banana Yogurt from Healthy Little Foodies Fruity yogurt is a godsend to parents, often one of the most easily accepted foods! Amy points out that many of the store bought yogurts have added sugar and it’s actually very easy to make your own with brown bananas. She suggests adding cinnamon or cardamom for a little extra twist, something none of the store bought brands do, which I can definitely get on board with!

Baby Chia Pudding by Sarah at Fried Dandelions | Coconut milk, cinnamon and vanilla flavor this luxurious chia pudding for babies. Not only are chia seeds a healthy superfood, they have a fun texture for tots who are moving on up from purees.

Banana Peanut Butter Breakfast Thumbprint Cookies | Pictured | Oats, banana, cinnamon, vanilla, peanut butter and blueberries are all you need to put together this cute healthy cookie for your tot to enjoy. Thanks to the banana, vanilla and cinnamon, this is beautifully sweet with zero need for sugar.. And it doubles up as an energy booster for mama!

What about you?

Are you a foodie parent with some great recipes up your sleeve? Tell us all about them in the comments!

15 Stage One Baby Food Purees (4-6 Months)

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These 15 Stage One Baby Food Recipes will tempt your baby’s taste buds! These simple, homemade baby food recipes are made with nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables with an added pinch of spice that makes these purees out-of-this-world delicious! They’re great for babies 4-6+ months of age!

Medically reviewed and co-written by Jamie Johnson, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), and Lauren Braaten, Pediatric Occupational Therapist (OT).

Stage One Baby Food Purees

Are you looking to make your baby homemade purees, but don’t know where to start? Does the process intimidate you?

Then you have come to the right place! Here you will find 15 of my all-time favorite starter baby food purees that have been viewed (and made) millions of times by my readers and combined have over 400 5-star reviews!

I would also like to personally welcome you to the wonderful world of baby food, this is a fun (and yummy) club to be in.

Does your baby’s first bite need to be boring?

Of course not!

Baby’s food can (and should be) delicious from the very start!

While it may seem daunting at first, making your own baby food is super easy once you get the hang of it.

And I’m here to walk you through it every step of the way.

First time making homemade baby food? Then I suggest you start this journey by reading my in-depth Guide on How to Make Homemade Baby Food. The detailed guide goes over all the important information such as the best cooking tools to have on hand, safe storage, how to know when baby is ready for solids, how to introduce purees, the best first foods for baby, and so much more! You can also check out my best-selling cookbook for even more information and recipes!

15 Stage One Baby Puree Video

While the recipes themselves are simple, in this video I will show you how to add in a pinch of cinnamon, rosemary, curry, or mint to quickly roasted or steamed fruits and vegetables that enhance their natural flavors. In other words, these are simple purees that I am pretty sure you will want to eat as well!

What is In Each Puree Recipe

After going through this guide, you will want to check out some (or all!) of the homemade baby food recipes below. Each recipe goes into detail about the:

  • produce that is in the puree
  • benefits of that produce for your baby
  • recipe cooking options
  • detailed photos and videos with step-by-step instructions

Reminder: The homemade baby food recipes below are made for babies that want to try the most delicious food from the very first bite! 😋

Helpful Tools

Let’s start with a few of my favorite kitchen essentials to make the best homemade baby food purees! These kitchen tools will help make the process of cooking, blending, and freezing baby food hassle-free. You can find a full list of my favorite baby and toddler food making tools in my online Shop.

Kitchen Tools
  • Blender or Food Processor
  • Freezer Storage Tray
  • Fridge Storage Containers
  • Stasher Bag
  • Baking Sheet
  • Steamer Basket
  • Medium Saucepan
  • Reusable Pouches

Feeding Essentials
  • High Chair
  • Suction Bowl and Spoon Set
  • Bib with Food Catcher

Learning Resources: looking for the best high chair, cups or spoons for your baby? Then we’ve got you covered! Here you will find How to Find the Best High Chair for Baby, an easy guide on Best First Open Cups for Baby (plus 4 tips when introducing a cup) as well as 3 Tips on How To Spoon Feed Baby (plus – our favorite spoons for purees or BLW).

Frequently Asked Questions

Can babies have spices in their food?

Yes, yes, yes! Babies can absolutely have spices mixed into their purees from the very first bite. Adding a pinch of spice or herbs to a baby’s food makes it taste better and gives the food additional medicinal properties. Read more here. But as I always say — you do you! If you don’t want to add spices to your baby’s food, you can certainly leave them out. Don’t worry, I give instructions on each recipe card for both.

What about allergies? Can spices cause an allergic reaction?

My rule of thumb is that unless there is an immediate family member that has a true allergy to a certain spice or food, then introducing your baby to spices at the same time as new food is completely acceptable. Spice and herb allergies in babies and adults are very rare. But remember, it’s always recommended to keep an eye on your baby when introducing any new food or spices.

At what age should I start my baby on baby food purees?

When a baby can start on solid foods is determined by their own rate of development, which generally comes between 4-6 months of age. Some of the developmental milestones babies need to reach to start solids include: if your baby has solid control of their head and neck, if your baby has doubled in weight, and if your baby is reaching for or opening their mouth when you eat (see my guide here). Before you start your baby on purees, you should consult with your pediatrician to make sure your child is developmentally ready for solids.

How to Make Baby Food Purees

All of our baby food recipes are designed to enhance the natural taste of the fruits and veggies while keeping as many nutrients intact as possible. In other words, the goal is to make a puree that’s both healthy and delectable.

There are several ways you can cook baby food purees, but the main techniques I use are:

  •  Steaming
  •  Roasting
  •  Simmering
  •  Raw

Keep in mind, that as long as the produce is cooked until soft, that there isn’t a right or wrong way to cook it for baby food.

If a recipe for broccoli calls for steaming but you want to roast it because you will already be roasting some broccoli for yourself for dinner, then go ahead and roast the broccoli for your baby’s puree. Play around and have some fun with it!

Adding Spices to Baby Purees

It’s encouraged that you can serve your baby a homemade puree with a pinch of spices or herbs from the very first bite.

Benefits of Spices

  • boost and compliment any fruit or vegetable puree
  • broaden baby’s emerging palate
  • add more flavor and depth into their foods
  • decrease picky eating in the years to come
  • have medicinal properties in them — they can help with digestive issues, boost brain functions, repair muscle tissues, and so on.

While each puree recipe on this site has a selection of spices or herbs that complement the flavors of the fruit or vegetable in the puree, it’s up to you if you want to add them. You do you! Either way, the puree recipes on this site will be delicious.

Top Spices to Add to Baby’s Puree

  • Cinnamon
  • Cloves
  • Nutmeg
  • Basil
  • Mint
  • Parsley
  • Mild Curry Powder
  • Fresh Lemon Juice
  • Garlic
  • Rosemary

How to Store Baby Purees

Every recipe below has specific instructions on how to store that particular puree, but these are the general guidelines.

How to Freeze Baby Food

Your freezer is about to become your new best friend, allowing you to keep several weeks’ worth of baby purees at the ready. Whenever you make a puree, put several ounces in the fridge for your little one to enjoy that week, then freeze the rest of the batch for your baby to eat at a later date. Please make sure you get it in the puree into the fridge or freezer within 1 hour of cooking to prevent bacteria growth.

  1. Make a puree.
  2. Let it cool slightly.
  3. Transfer the puree to freezer trays or freezer jars.
  4. Cover the freezer trays with a lid or plastic wrap.
  5. Label with date and name of puree.
  6. Place the tray in the freezer.
  7. Let it freeze for at least 5 hours.
  8. Take the tray out of the freezer.
  9. Crack the purees out of the trays.
  10. Place the frozen purees into zip-lock baggies or stasher bags.

How to Store Baby Food

Purees can be stored for up to four days in an airtight container in the fridge or 4 months in the freezer.

How to Thaw Baby Food

Thawing may seem like a no-brainer, but it never hurts to know your options. There are three different ways to thaw purees.

  1. Take the frozen puree cubes that you want to serve out of your freezer.
  2. Place them in a glass microwave-safe container.
  3. Microwave in 20-second increments, stirring every time.
  4. The puree is ready when it is just warm to your touch.
  5. Grab two clean spoons, one for you and one for your baby, and test your puree before serving.

Heating Tip: To prevent the microwave from unevenly heating the puree, which can leave it with cold and really hot spots and can burn your baby’s mouth, make sure you stir between each interval and taste test it before serving to your baby. 


This one takes the longest time, but it is an excellent alternative to using a microwave.

  1. Take the frozen puree cubes you want to serve out of your freezer.
  2. Place the cubes in an air-tight glass container.
  3. Place the container in the fridge and let the cubes thaw for 8 to 12 hours, usually overnight.
  4. Do not leave the puree in the container to thaw on the counter or anywhere out of the fridge, as bacteria will start to grow at a rapid rate — which is definitely not recommended.
  5. Note that the puree will be cold but thawed. So if your baby likes their puree warmed, you’ll have to finish the job using the microwave or stovetop method.
  1. In a small saucepan, add the frozen puree cubes you want to serve to your baby.
  2. Over medium-low heat, gently cook the puree until warm, stirring occasionally.

Thawing Tip: Some infants like their puree cold, warm, or really warm, and some will eat it no matter the temperature. You will get to know your baby’s personal preferences as the two of you bond over food.

Feeding Tips

  • Make sure baby is showing readiness signs for eating – good control of their head and trunk, sitting with minimal assistance, bringing hands or toys to their mouth, and appearing interested in your food when you’re eating.
  • Follow your baby’s lead – when feeding purees from a spoon, sometimes there’s a tendency to keep offering bites past the point of your baby being full. Always follow your baby’s cues for when they are done eating. Turning away from the spoon, closing her mouth, or pushing food away are all signs that your baby is finished with the meal.
  • Throwing spoons – is a common phase that all babies go through at one point or another. One of the best ways to handle spoon throwing is to ignore it and keep feeding your baby as usual (with an extra spoon you already have at the table). If your baby ends up also throwing back up spoons #2 AND #3, simply encourage your baby to eat with their hands until they appear to be finished with the meal.

Top Rated Baby Food Purees

Pea Baby Puree (Stage One)

4.91 stars (83 ratings)

A delicious way to introduce peas to baby. Mild peas paired with a fresh hint of mint – a mouth-watering combo!

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Apples Baby Food Puree

4.76 stars (57 ratings)

This Apple Baby Puree recipe is a wonderful first food for baby! A delicious nutrient-dense puree that baby will go gaga over!

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The Best Sweet Potato Baby Food

5 stars (56 ratings)

This Homemade Sweet Potato with Curry Baby Food Puree is a fun and exotic first puree for baby! Great for 4+ months and is completely freezer-friendly!

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Broccoli Baby Food

4. 80 stars (70 ratings)

This Broccoli Baby Food with olive oil recipe is a great way to introduce healthy green vegetables into your baby's diet. A delicious puree full of essential vitamins and healthy fats for growing baby

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Oatmeal for Babies (Stage One)

5 stars (40 ratings)

This Oatmeal Recipe for Baby is made with simple nutrient-dense ingredients in less than 10 minutes, and it's perfect for baby's first bite or added into their favorite fruit or veggie puree. Great for 4+ months and up. 

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Avocado for Baby – Puree & BLW

5 stars (16 ratings)

Avocados are a superfood and great first food for babies 6 months and up. Serve them pureed, smashed, or as a finger food for baby-led weaning.

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WeeSprout Baby Food Freezer Tray

My all-time favorite freezer tray! Individual servings pop out easily. The hard plastic lid snaps on with ease and allows for convenient stacking of freezer trays. Dishwasher safe!

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Butternut Squash Baby Food

5 stars (30 ratings)

This homemade Roasted Butternut Squash Baby Food Puree not only contains calcium, folate, vitamins A and C and fiber but it is also a deliciously smooth way to introduce butternut squash to your baby!

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Green Bean Baby Food

5 stars (34 ratings)

Green beans are steamed until just tender, this puree has a mild taste for baby's palette.

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Creamy Mango-licious Baby Food Puree

4.86 stars (27 ratings)

This 5-minute Mango Baby Food Puree is a great way to introduce baby to the magical taste of one of the world's healthiest fruits – MANGOS!

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Pear Baby Puree (Stage One)

5 stars (19 ratings)

This smooth and creamy homemade Pear Baby Puree is a wonderful first puree for baby – easy on the taste buds and great for their growing bodies!

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Peach Baby Puree (Stage One)

5 stars (16 ratings)

Smooth and creamy, this homemade Peach Baby Puree delivers big on taste with naturally sweetened peaches and flecks of vanilla bean.

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Basic Chicken Baby Food

4.42 stars (197 ratings)

This homemade Basic Chicken Baby Food is a great puree to add to any of your baby’s favorite fruit or veggie purees. Great for extra protein and flavor!

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Homemade Baby Rice Cereal

4.88 stars (48 ratings)

Using only 1-ingredient, this Homemade Baby Rice Cereal is a simple and easy recipe to make baby!

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Red Pepper Baby Puree

4.88 stars (33 ratings)

This Red Pepper Baby Puree recipe is a smooth, creamy and naturally sweet puree that is loaded with vitamin A, B6 and C. Great for 4+ months and older (or stage 1 puree).

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More Baby Fooe Purees

  • Strawberry Baby Puree
  • Blueberry Baby Puree
  • Pumpkin Baby Puree
  • Rasberry Baby Food
  • Banana Puree
  • Homemade Quinoa Baby Cereal
Pea Baby Food Puree
  • 2 cups peas, fresh or frozen
  • 1 medium zucchini, roughly chopped (optional)
  • 4 mint leaves, roughly chopped (optional)
Sweet Potato Baby Food Puree
  • 2 large sweet potatoes
  • 1/4 tsp mild curry powder (optional)
  • 1/4-1 cup liquid, (water, fresh breast milk, formula or sodium-free chicken stock) for pureeing
Roasted Banana Puree 
  • 4 bananas, cut lengthwise
  • 1/8 tsp fresh rosemary, finely chopped (optional)
Carrot Baby Food Puree
  • 2 pounds carrots, trimmed, peeled and roughly chopped
  • 1/4 tsp nutmeg (optional)
  • 1/2-1 cup liquid, (water, reserved water, fresh breast milk, formula or low-sodium stock) for pureeing
Apples Baby Food Puree
  • 6 apples, peeled, cored and chopped
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon (optional)
Broccoli Baby Food Puree
  • 2 cups broccoli, chopped into small florets
  • 1 small white potato, apple or pear, peeled and roughly chopped, roughly 1/2 cup (optional)
  • 1 tbsp good quality olive oil (optional)
Butternut Squash Baby Puree
  • 1 butternut squash
  • 1 tsp fresh thyme, roughly chopped (optional)
  • 1-2  tsp olive oil (optional)
  • 1/2-1 cup liquid (water, fresh breast milk, formula, low or no-sodium stock or bone broth), for pureeing
Green Bean Baby Food Puree
  • 1 pound green beans, fresh or frozen, trimmed
  • 1 big pinch fresh basil, cilantro or parsley, finely chopped (optional)
Creamy Mango-licious Baby Food Puree
  • 2 cups fresh or frozen mango, deseed, peeled and roughly chopped. If using frozen mangos, thaw first
  • 1 medium banana (optional)
  • 1 pinch nutmeg (optional)
Pear Baby Food Puree
  • 6 pears, peeled and roughly chopped
  • 1/8 tsp cardamom or cinnamon (optional)
  • 1/4 cup water
Peach Baby Puree
  • 3 fresh peaches or 12oz frozen peaches, do not thaw frozen peaches – use frozen
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla bean pod (optional)
  • 1 pinch pinch nutmeg (optional)
Basic Chicken Baby Puree
  • 1 8-ounce boneless skinless chicken breast or thighs, cubed
  • 1 cups chicken or veggie stock, low-sodium or sodium-free
  • 1 tsp dried parsley (optional)
Homemade Baby Rice Cereal
  • 1 cup brown rice, I prefer organic short grain
  • 2 cups water for cooking
  • 1-2 cups of liquid for blending, (water, fresh breastmilk or formula)
Red Pepper Baby Puree
  • 2 red bell peppers, deseeded and roughly chopped
  • 1/2 cup white potato, apple or pear, peeled and roughly chopped
Oatmeal for Babies
  • 2 cup water
  • 1 cup old fashioned oats
  • 1/2 tsp chia seeds (optional)
  • 1/2 tsp hemp seeds (optional)
Avocado for Baby
  • 1/4 avocado
  • 1 tsp breast milk, formula or water
Pea Baby Food Puree
  • In a medium saucepan, bring 2″ of water to a boil over medium heat. Place the zucchini in a steamer basket, and place over boiling water. Cover and steam for 5 minutes.

  • Add in the peas, and steam for an additional 3-5 minutes. Reserve steamer water. Let cool slightly.

  • Add the zucchini, peas and mint leaves to a blender or food processor and puree for 1 minute or until you have achieved the desired texture. If the puree is too thick, add in 1/4 cup of the reserved steamer water until you have the right consistency.

    Note on Zucchini: while this is a 2 vegetable starter puree, zucchini allergies are very low, so I added it to this recipe to give the peas a mild taste and smoother texture. You can completely leave them out if you prefer. Just steam the peas as directed.  

Sweet Potato Baby Food Puree
  • Heat oven to 400°. Line baking sheet with tin foil, parchment paper or a silicone mat.

  • Wash and dry the sweet potatoes. Prick with a fork in several places and then place the sweet potatoes on the baking sheet. Bake for 45 minutes – 1 hour or until a fork can easily prick the sweet potato. Let sit until cool to touch.

  • Make a cut into the skin of the potato lengthwise and peel away the skin of the potato. Scoop out the sweet potato meat and place into a blender or food processor, adding in the mild curry powder and water.

  • Puree on high for 1-2 minutes or until smooth, adding in additional liquid in 1/4 cup increments if needed. I had to add in 1 cup of water to the puree pictured. Serve or freeze for a later meal.

    Additional Spices: Feel free to use the following spices instead of the curry – 1/2 tsp of cumin, 1/4 tsp of nutmeg, 1/2 tsp of cloves, 1 fresh garlic clove, 1/2 tsp of chopped fresh thyme, 3-4 basil leaves, 1/2 tsp chopped rosemary or even a big pinch of fresh ginger or 1/2 tsp ginger powder. Or you can leave out the spices altogether.

Roasted Banana Baby Puree 
  • Heat oven to 325 degrees F. Line baking sheet with parchment paper.

  • Place bananas on a baking sheet and roast for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool slightly.

  • Place bananas and rosemary into a blender or food processor and puree for 1-2 minutes or until completely smooth. You may need to add additional water, so start by adding in 1/4 cup increments until you get the desired consistency.

    Additional Spices: This recipe is also great with 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp cloves, 1/2 tsp nutmeg, or for a fun twist, 1/2 tsp mild curry.

    Note on Bananas: while any ripeness of bananas will work, I have found that the bananas that are ripe to very ripe tend to work best in this recipe.

Carrot Baby Food Puree
  • In a medium saucepan, bring 2″ of water to a boil over medium heat.

  • Place the carrots into a steamer basket, cover and cook for 9-11 minutes or until tender. Reserve steamer water. Let cool slightly.

  • Place the carrots, nutmeg and 1/2 cup of liquid into a blender or food processor and puree for 1-2 minutes on high, adding 1/4 cup liquid at a time until you achieve the desired consistency. Serve and enjoy, or freeze for later.

    Notes on Nutmeg: adding in spices to babies first purees are completely optional, but totally safe. Nutmeg rounds out the acidic taste carrots sometimes have and make this puree taste grounded and full-bodied.  

    Additional Spices: Feel free to substitute 1/2 tsp ginger powder or 1/4 fresh ginger, 1/2 tsp mild curry powder, 1/4 tsp cloves, 1/2 tsp finely minced fresh chives or 1/2 garlic clove instead of the nutmeg. 

Apples Baby Food Puree
  • In a medium saucepan, place the apples, water and cinnamon. Cover and heat on medium-low for 15-20 minutes or until apples are tender. Let cool slightly.

  • Transfer all of the ingredients into a blender or food processor and blend for 1-2 minutes or until completely smooth. For a chunky puree, quickly pulse the ingredients 10-15 times or until you receive your desired consistency. Serve or freeze for later.

    Additional Spices: Feel free to sub in these spices instead of the cinnamon for this recipe – 1/8 tsp of cloves, 1/8 tsp of nutmeg, 1-2 leaves of fresh mint, 1-2 leaves of fresh basil, a pinch of fresh or 1/4 tsp of ginger powder or even 1/4 of coriander for a fun twist.

    Apples: you can use any sweet apple in this recipe – Gala, Honeycrisp, Fuji, McIntosh, etc.

Broccoli Baby Food Puree
  • In a medium saucepan, bring 2 inches of water to a boil over medium heat. Place the broccoli and potato (or apple/pear) into a steamer basket and place over boiling water, cover and steam for 10-12 minutes or until the broccoli and potato are tender. Reserve water from the steamer. Let cool slightly.

  • Add the broccoli, potato and olive oil into a blender or food processor and puree until smooth, adding the reserved water from the steamer basket in 1/4 cup increments if needed.

    Adding In Spices: Feel free to add in 1 tsp of chopped chives, 2-3 mint leaves, 1 tsp of chopped cilantro, 1/2 tsp cumin or a squeeze of fresh lemon juice.

Butternut Squash Baby Puree
  • Heat oven to 450 degrees F. Line baking sheet with a silicone mat, tin foil or parchment paper.

  • Cut butternut squash in half, deseed and place flesh side up, skin side down. Optional – Feel free to drizzle the squash with 1-2 teaspoons of olive oil for some added healthy fat.

    Bake for 45 minutes or until you can easily prick the squash with a fork. Let cool until you can handle the squash with your hands.

  • Scrape off the skin and discard. Place the butternut squash into a blender or food processor. Add thyme and puree for 1-2 minutes, adding water in 1/4 cup increments until you have your desired consistency. I had to add 3/4 cup of water to my puree shown below.

    Additional Spices: Feel free to sub the thyme for 4 basil leaves, 1 tsp chopped rosemary, 1 tsp ginger powder, or 1 big pinch of fresh ginger, 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, or even 1/2 tsp of coriander.

Green Bean Baby Food Puree
  • Fill a medium saucepan with 2” of water and bring to boil over medium heat. Place the green beans (fresh or frozen) into a steamer basket over the boiling water, cover, and cook for 10 minutes or until tender. Let cool slightly. Reserve steamer water.

  • Transfer the green beans and herb to a blender or food processor and puree for 1-2 minutes or until smooth, adding reserved steamer water in 1/4 cup increments if needed until you reach your desired consistency.

    Adding Spices: you can add a big pinch of roughly chopped basil, cilantro, mint, parsley, or chives to this puree before blending. 

Creamy Mango-licious Baby Food Puree
  • Place the mango, banana and nutmeg (if using) into a blender or food processor. Puree for 1 minute or until completely smooth. If your mango is not ripe enough, you might need to add in up to 1/4 cup of water while blending to get the right consistency. Serve or freeze for later.

  • Mango Tip: I usually find that organic frozen mangos are easier and cheaper to find than fresh organic mangos, but if mangos are in season when you are making this recipe, by all means, you can use fresh over frozen. For fresh mangos, simply peel and chop. 

Pear Baby Food Puree
  • In a medium saucepan, place the pears, cardamon and water, cover and heat on medium-low heat for 10-15 minutes, or until tender. Let cool slightly.

  • Using a slotted spoon, scoop the pears out of the saucepan, leaving water behind, and into a blender or food processor. Blend for 1-2 minutes until you have your desired consistency. If your pear puree is too thick, add the leftover cooking water in 1/4 cup increments.

Peach Baby Puree
  • If using fresh peaches, peel, pit and slice the peaches. If using the fresh vanilla bean pod, cut in half and then slice open lengthwise. Take the back of your knife or spoon and scrape out all of the vanilla bean, reserve.

  • In a medium saucepan, add the peaches and water, cook over medium-low heat for 5 minutes (fresh peaches) – 10 minutes (frozen peaches). Right before the peaches are done cooking, add in the vanilla and nutmeg (or any other spices you prefer) and stir until incorporated—Cook for 1 more minute.

  • Using a slotted spoon, transfer the peaches to a blender or food processor, leaving all excess water in the saucepan. You do not want to add any additional liquids, or the puree might be too thin. Starting on low and increasing to high speed, puree the peaches until smooth and creamy. Serve to baby or freeze for later.

Basic Chicken Baby Puree
  • In a medium saucepan, bring the cubed chicken, broth, and parsley to a boil over medium heat. Turn the heat down to low and simmer, covered, for 15 minutes or until chicken is just cooked through. Let cool slightly.

  • Using a slotted spoon, transfer the chicken to a blender or food processor, leaving the broth in the saucepan. Reserve the broth.

    Starting on low and working your way up to high-speed, puree the chicken until you reach your desired consistency, adding in broth in 1/4 cup increments if needed. I had to add in just 1/4 cup of broth to get the consistency seen in this photo.

    Extra Healthy Fat: For some extra healthy fat, this puree is also wonderful, with a teaspoon of grass-fed butter (salt-free) added to the blender right before pureeing.

Homemade Baby Rice Cereal
  • IMPORTANT STEP: Place the rice in a fine-mesh colander and rinse with water until the water runs clear.

  • Transfer the rice to a medium saucepan and add 2 cups of water. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat to low, cover with a lid and simmer for 35-45 minutes or until the rice is tender and the water is evaporated. Each batch of rice cooks a little differently, so taste at 35 minutes to see if the rice is tender. Remove the saucepan from the heat and let rest for 10 minutes, covered. If using fresh breast milk or formula for blending, I would remove the lid and let the rice cool for 15 minutes.

  • Place the rice into a blender or food processor and add 1/2 cup of liquid of choice. Blend for 1-2 minutes on medium-high speed until completely smooth and creamy, adding in the additional liquid in 1/4 cup increments, if needed, until you have your desired consistency.

Red Pepper Baby Puree
  • In a medium saucepan, bring 2″ of water to a boil.

    If using a potato: place it in a steamer basket and steam for 10 minutes before adding peppers, and cooking for another 5-7 minutes.

    If using pear or apple: add in the red peppers and apple or pear and steam for 5-7 minutes or until tender. Reserve steamer water. Let cool slightly.

  • Add in all of the ingredients into a blender or food processor and puree for 1 minute or until completely smooth, adding in a tablespoon of water at a time if needed.

Oatmeal for Babies
  • In a medium saucepan, bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Add in 1 cup of old-fashioned oats along with the chia seeds, hemp seeds and any spices you are using. Turn down the heat to medium-low and cook the oats for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until all of the water is gone and the oats are soft. Let cool slightly. 

  • Transfer the oats to a blender or food processor and puree for 1-2 minutes, adding water in 1/4 cup increments if needed, until completely smooth.  I had to add 1/2 cup of water to my oatmeal. You will want the oat cereal to be on the thinner side, so it doesn't become sticky. The oats will continue to absorb liquid as they cool, so you can add more water, fresh breast milk, or formula as needed. Serve to baby or freeze for later. 

  • Type of Oats: This recipe is for old-fashioned oats: for steel-cut or instant oats, read the full post. 

    Adding Spices: you can add a big pinch of cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice mix or a smaller pinch of nutmeg or cloves to these oats before blending. 

    Chia and Hemp Seeds: are added for a nutritional boost, but you can add or omit them if you prefer. You can get both of these at any health food store or online here (chia/hemp).

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