Homemade Baby Food Puree Recipes 2 | First Foods | Stage 1 Weaning

Homemade Baby Food Puree Recipes 2 | First Foods | Stage 1 Weaning

G’day guys I hope you found my first homemade purees helpful so today I’ve got another lot for you so we’ve got carrot cauliflower corn parsnip broccoli and blueberries so stick around and I’ll show you how Dave and I made a super simple and fast purees to make the carrot puree Dave cut the ends of the carrot and then.

Peeled it then sliced it into pieces at the same time we decided to do.

Carrot sticks for finger food for Sophie we steamed the carrot for about seven to eight minutes or until it was tender.

And then we popped it into the blender depending on how much moisture was in the carrot was whether we decided to do one or two tablespoons of water so just see how you go to create the parsnip puree I peeled the parsnips first then I cut off the ends and then I sliced up the parsnip I also wanted to do some finger food for Sophie so I kept the stick bit as a finger food piece and put that in the steamer as well I steamed it for about five to six minutes until.

It was tender and then placed it into the blender and blended it up I ended up adding about two tablespoons of water just to make it more of a puree to make the cauliflower puree I cut the cauliflower florets off and then place that into the steamer for about eight to ten minutes until it was tender and then put it into the blender with about two tablespoons of water to create the puree this has to be.

My favorite purees absolutely delicious this blueberry puree so I placed one tablespoon of water and the blueberries into a pot and I smashed up the blueberries while it was heating for about four minutes then.

Put it into the blender and blended it it’s absolutely delicious with yogurt to make some corn puree.

I used some frozen corn kernels and then steamed it for about five minutes and then placed it inside the blender we’re that two tablespoons of water and blended that up to create the broccoli puree I cut off the broccoli.

Florets and then place that into the steamer and then I let it steam for probably about eight to ten minutes and then popped it into the blender and.

Blend it I ended up adding two tablespoons of water as well as a bonus puree I also made some strawberry puree which is delicious with yogurt as well so I cut off the leaves and then cut it in half and then popped it into this saucepan I left it in the saucepan for.

About eight minutes to soften and then I put the strawberries and the water into the blender and blended it into a puree all righty guys I hope you found this video helpful take care and I’ll see you next time bye you.

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