Plum puree, trio of root vegetable puree and cantaloupe cream are some easy baby food recipes to make in the food processor. Plum puree and root vegetable puree are both suitable for freezing. Plum puree requires less th... More » Family Parenting Babies & Toddlers

Some home recipes for baby food include sweet potato, apple and pea purees. Store these foods in the refrigerator, or freeze them in ice cube trays for easy portioning. More » Family Parenting Babies & Toddlers

Mrs. Dash has salt-free recipes, such as baby spinach and bow ties and asparagus soup, that are simple and easy-to-follow. Both recipes are seasoned with a lemon-pepper blend. More » Food Cooking Substitutions
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To make butternut squash baby food, cut a whole butternut squash in half and scoop out the seeds. Bake the butternut squash halves in the oven until they're tender, and then scoop out the flesh from the skin. Place the s... More » Family Parenting Babies & Toddlers