The Puree Guide: Mistakes, Methods & Tips

How many times have we wished for a book on parenting? Well, we may not have that but we can at least put together a guide for baby food purees; because-well, that’s what we know. 4 Popular Baby Food Puree Methods Steaming: generally speaking, steaming is a great method for allowing vegetables to cook in […]

The Chickpea Bible

In the years that I’ve been writing for The Baby Bullet Blog, a few of my articles have focused on one food in dramatically different settings. I’ve addressed the usefulness of cauliflower and even the pleasure of pumpkins, but this week I’m doing something I’ve never done before. I’ve gone vegan. Consider it a bit of […]

How I Sneak Veggies Into Everything

  I have a confession to make: I’m a sneak. I’m a liar. I lie and cheat to my children, through food. That’s right. I confess. You’ve caught me red-handed. I have been sneaking spinach and avocado in my son’s banana smoothies for years. Whatever extra protein I can find, whether it’s powdered or in […]

Doctor’s Advice: Warming Up Baby Food

Question: I just purchased a Baby Bullet for my 6 month old baby. Just want to know how to warm up refrigerated baby food that is kept in the storage cups. Can I submerge them in hot water? – Marydina Answer: Hi, if the cups are tightly covered you can do just that – alternately, put the […]

Are We Nuts to Give Peanuts to Babies?

Food allergies, and peanut allergies, in particular, have been at the forefront of concern in the US for the last decade. It’s estimated that about 2% of US children suffer from a peanut allergy – and because peanut allergy is less likely to be outgrown, peanut allergy is an important public health issue. Peanut allergies, […]

Doctor’s Advice: Porridge and Meal Prep

Question: I would like to ask if I can feed my 6 month old baby rice porridge? – Edna Answer: Hi Edna, first check with your healthcare provider to make sure that initiating solids is okay. That said, commercially prepared infant rice cereals contain added iron, which is important as their blood cells are ramping […]

Food Substitutions for Baby (and You)

We no longer live in a “meat and potatoes” era. Many families have opted out of meats, gluten, and other foods out of choice. Some have had to opt out based on food allergies or conditions like celiac disease. And if you make these choices based on personal preference or health concerns, you naturally may […]

All About Food Safety

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimate that 1 out of 6 Americans get sick from foodborne illness each year. That’s 76,000,000 Americans! That translates to 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 preventable deaths, many of which are children. No doubt you’ve read about food recalls over the last several years, with culprits like Salmonella, Listeria, Norovirus, Giardia, Campylobacter, […]

Doctor’s Advice: When Should My Little One Try His First Food and More

When should my little one try his first food? In 2 weeks, it’ll be time for my LO to try his first food. I’m so excited, yet terrified about screwing it up. I plan on giving him puréed carrots to start, but I’m wondering: when is the best time for this ‘meal’ to happen, and […]

Doctor’s Advice: Which Foods Can My Baby Eat Raw?

Shari: Many of the recipes call for you to cook veggies and even some of the fruits. Do you have to always cook them? What foods can be left raw and blended in the Baby Bullet to serve? Just started cereal with my 4-month-old this week. Trying to get a plan for next week. Dr. […]