Spinach is great for baby’s digestive track- it contains a lot of fiber, as well as potassium, calcium, and magnesium.
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Tomatoes are heart-healthy and offer an abundance of vitamins A, C and K. This recipe comes from our new cookbook, so we’re excited to share it! Serve this sauce over pasta, with chicken fingers or with mini meatballs.
Parsnips are yet another veggie that are often forgotten when it comes to baby food. We’ve added them to this recipe, which also calls for a less common ingredient – veal. The veal may be replaced by any meat, if desired.
This recipe may sound like a sweet indulgence, but it contains no added sugar- instead, it contains calcium and protein-rich eggs and milk along with vitamin and mineral-rich fruits!
Beans are a great food to introduce to baby as they are high in protein, vitamins and minerals. They also contain copper, zinc, phosporhus, thiamin, and niacin.
The name of this recipe caught our attention- we could not resist it when we first came across it on the Wholesome Baby Food site. This recipe can easily be converted into a smoothie recipe for older kids or for adults, but this version is just perfect for baby! Adapted for Babycook from Wholesome Baby […]
We love the combination of potatoes and cheese, so we were delighted to find a recipe on Weelicious that combines the classic combo with broccoli for added nutrients. The recipe calls for cheddar cheese, but any cheese can work. Recipe adapted for Babycook from Weelicious.
While this recipe only features three ingredients, rice or another grain can easily be added to make a more filling purée for baby.
Everyone seems to be on a quinoa kick lately, and so we’re excited to share this recipe (inspired by One Handed Cooks) which incorporates a bunch of veggies and chicken for extra protein. Recipe adapted for Babycook from One Handed Cooks.
Vitamin B is an often forgotten yet essential part of baby’s diet! Help baby’s body convert carbs, protein and fat into energy by trying out this recipe.
Here’s a savory dish for baby…when we saw this recipe by Annabel Karmel, we were inspired. Her Butternut Squash, Salmon and Dill recipe provides some great veggies for baby, but also may serve as baby’s first introduction to salmon and dill. Recipe adapted for Babycook from Annabel Karmel
This is a powerful green purée- not only do we love how nutrient- and vitamin-dense this purée is, but we think that baby will enjoy it because the apple and broccoli sweeten things up a bit.
This soup/purée is simple, yet has a lot of flavor and protein thanks to the mint and peas.
Lentils for baby…why not? When made into a purée, lentils become creamy and take on the flavors of the food that they’re cooked with (in this case, eggplant and tomato). Though lentils may not be thought of as a traditional baby food, they have high levels of iron, protein and fiber which are oh-so important […]
Want to spice up your little one’s menu? Try this yummy Thai infused chicken and orzo dish with a dash of tamarind and coconut for flavorful crowd pleaser.
If you’re craving something cheesy, we highly recommend these muffins that you can make right in your Babycook! Unlike most muffins, these have cauliflower to pack some extra vitamins and nutrients in!
This “cake” is nearly a complete dish, since it contains eggs, flour, milk and fruit! The only thing missing is a serving of veggies – for a complete dish, serve baby a small piece of the plum cake along with veggies.
Celery can easily be overlooked as a food for baby; it is a great source of vitamin C, though, and has properties that work against indigestion. We added cheese to this recipe to mellow out the overall taste, since the taste of celery can be a bit strong for baby.