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Homemade Baby Food

Homemade baby food is a money-saving, eco-friendly alternative to the store-bought variety. It also puts you in the driver's seat when it comes to your baby's nutrition. And while making your own baby food can be as simple as mashing up a banana, it's equally easy to whip up some healthy purees with a few simple ingredients.

 

Start by making smaller quantities using a variety of foods, including fruits and vegetables-fresh, frozen, or canned in their own juices-along with meats. Think of it as a gourmet tasting for your infant. Because it can take your baby several tastes to acquire an affinity for a food, begin your baby-food venture by making more of what they like and throwing in just a few new things to expand their palate.

 

How much baby food should I give ?
For instance, from 6–8 months old, feed your baby half a cup of soft food two to three times a day. Your baby can eat anything except honey, which he/she shouldn't eat until they are a year old. You can start to add a healthy snack, like mashed fruit, between meals.

 

What are the tips for homemade baby food safety?
Be vigilant about cleanliness. Babies' sensitive immune systems make them more susceptible to food poisoning than adults. Fruits and vegetables should be thoroughly washed and peeled, especially those that are grown close to the ground like strawberries, carrots, and potatoes.

Never use outdated canned food or food from dented, rusted, or leaking cans or jars. Keep work surfaces, cutting utensils, and your hands immaculately clean, and ensure to use separate cutting boards for meat, poultry, and fish.

 

Cook food properly. After removing all seeds and pits from the fruits and vegetables-or bones and gristle from the meat or fish-cook until tender. Steaming fruits and vegetables with a small amount of water retains vitamins and minerals.

 

Toss any leftovers. Any food that was served to your baby but not eaten must be tossed after the meal. If a spoon goes into the baby's mouth and then touches the food, that food may be contaminated with bacteria from inside the mouth-in other words, it's not salvageable.

How to Freeze Homemade Baby Food?
A simple way to freeze baby food is spooning it into clean ice cube trays. After it has frozen, store the cubes in clean, airtight freezer-safe containers. You can also plop single serving portions of food on a clean cookie sheet and freeze those. After they're frozen, transfer them to clean, freezer-safe containers.

 

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