Rebecca Agi, MS, IBCLC, an Los Angeles based Lactation Consultant, partnered with us to create this chia seed pudding recipe. To learn more about her services you can visit her website www.BestMilkLA.com and follow her on Instagram @BestMilkLA.
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Strawberries & pears = the perfect pear-ing! This recipe is a refreshing alternative to apple sauce and provides baby with a boost of vitamin C, thanks to the strawberries.
We’re all about purées that double as treats for the rest of the family to enjoy – this blueberry purée is one of our favorite summertime picks! Blueberries are loaded with fiber for baby, but also contain a substantial amount of vitamins A and C. Try making this purée for baby, or mix it into […]
Babycook can be used for many recipes beyond baby – this cheesecake recipe is one of them! Not only is it easy to whip up in Babycook, but t’s a no-bake dessert. We love this recipe with our Roasted Blueberry Purée drizzled over it!
We’ve partnered with Rebecca Agi, MS, IBCLC who has created this recipe. Rebecca is a Los Angeles based Lactation Consultant. To learn more about her services you can visit her website www.BestMilkLA.com and follow her on Instagram @BestMilkLA.
Supermom & blogger Meagan Flora of Hearts of Gold blog came up with scrumptious pumpkin pie baby food recipe that “tastes so delicious, you might consider substituting your slice of actual pumpkin pie for this”. We couldn’t wait to share it!
Baby will love the sweet taste of this purée, which comes from the addition of dried apricots. The apricots also add iron and Vitamins A and C.
Round, thin and light, these Pepparkakor (prounounced “pepacoca”) are the favorite cookies of Swedish kids! The cinnamon calms the digestive tract, ginger aids in digestion, and cloves soothe toothaches and stimulate the appetite.
We’ve got a guilt-free yet delicious recipe for all you moms and dads: this recipe was created by Beth Lipton for Health.com, but we’ve been given special permission to share it with Babycook users. Enjoy! Read more about Beth here and look for more of her delicious, health-conscious recipes on Health.com!
This alternative to traditional meatloaf uses chicken for lean protein and cranberries for an anti-oxidant boost. It’s the perfect recipe for toddlers, but can also be a great appetizer for adults!
We may be biased, but we think these cookies are the best chocolate cookies out there! Did you know that dark chocolate helps regulate blood sugar, regulate cholesterol and boost immunity? The addition of olive oil makes these cookies a super, heart-healthy treat.
Have you introduced baby to Brussels sprouts yet? If not, here’s why you should- they’re high in vitamins C and K, as well as vitamins B1 and B6. Not only that, but they also contain good amounts of fiber, potassium and omega-3 fatty acids.
Here’s a recipe for babies, kids and even parents- all that needs to be adjusted is whether the fruits and veggies are cooked (for baby), and how much liquid is added. It’s as simple as can be- enjoy!
Once upon a time we posted a recipe for Pumpkin Nut Butter, which was a hit! So here’s another “butter” that’s simple and can be enjoyed as a purée for baby, or as a stir-in for yogurt and ice cream, or even as a dip for crackers! The possibilities are endless.
If baby is getting bored of the traditional purées, try this one! We added mint to fruits and yogurt to expose baby to a new flavor- it’s a soothing flavor for baby.
We’re excited to have yet another yummy purée recipe from Sasha Houseman of Paleo Superfood Synergy! Read Sasha’s explanation of what makes this recipe so wonderful below: Purple potatoes are obviously more colorful than white (Russet) potatoes, but did you know what they have about four times as many antioxidants as well? Anthocyanin is the […]
If you’re looking for simple and new recipes to introduce to your baby, try following this equation: protein + fruit + veggie. It can be as simple as that! We’ve followed that equation for this vegetarian purée which features flavors of the fall.
When we’re creating new purée recipes, we often begin with adult dishes and simplify them so they’re baby friendly. In this case, we simplified a pork and apple compote recipe – not only is this recipe full of protein, but the apple and date sweetens the purée to appeal to baby’s taste buds.