Thursday, April 16, 2009

Homemade Baby Food Resources

Have I got some great resources to share with you today on making homemade baby food! They really make me embarrassed about my simple attempts - lol! First up,

An article from yesterday's Washington Post about the trend of making your own baby food, highlighting a class on making baby food offered by a local chef!

Next, Christen from Nuture Baby was kind enough to email me to let me know about her website. You have got to check this out if you are at all interested in this topic! The pictures are gorgeous, and it has a wealth of recipes and techniques. "Gobble Me Up Turkey" with sage and cannelinni beans sure sound a lot better than those foul-smelling jars of pureed meats!

A neat site called Once a Month Mom has a baby food section. This blog is all about cooking once a month, which could be a really good way to do baby food. Freeze a month's worth, and you won't have to think about it. Just as easy as jarred!

Finally, I enjoyed this book from the library when I was making food for my older daughter:
Annabel Karmel's First Meals. It has lots of easy recipes and nice photographs of everything.

Happy baby food making!


  1. I found the book Super Baby Food very helpful when I was attempting to make baby food.

  2. Thanks for the resources. My favorite is
    It has a weekly course to help you introduce new foods to your baby.
    Great site!


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