Corn, Yogurt, and Butternut Squash Puree

As your baby grows, they will move from smooth pureed textures to more chunky textures. That way, they can start to hopefully break in some of those new teeth coming through. This ‘puree’ is perfect for transitioning from different textures, around the ages of 9-11 months! Corn, Yogurt, and Butternut Squash Puree Ingredients 1 cup […]

Hominy, Chicken, and Green Bean Puree

Have you had hominy? Have you ever heard of hominy? They are these deliciously puffy and chewy corn kernels with a unique taste. You may have had them in foods like the hearty Mexican stew known as posole or other soups, cheesy casseroles, and sometimes in grits. I absolutely adore hominy! I thought it would be neat […]

Turkey and Corn Dinner Puree

  Lately, I’ve been putting a lot of energy into being more of an efficient mom. Part of that means making dinners for the family that can blend well into a puree for my toddler. This week, I made a huge pot of soup with homemade turkey meatballs. The original recipe called for chili powder, but […]

Chicken Tomato Corn Puree

For some of us, this winter hasn’t been too cold, while others have experienced endless rain and snowfall. This recipe is for those who want to cuddle up, stay warm and sip on a delicious soup with your family. My aunt makes a killer pot of tortilla soup. For added flavor, she adds cubed avocados, […]

Chicken and Corn with Cilantro Puree

I always recommend that you keep a little garden of herbs growing (if your weather permits) so you can trim a few pieces off at times to jazz up a recipe, even if it’s just for baby. Or maybe I should say, especially if it’s for your baby! I feel like we don’t give kids […]

Chicken, Corn and Cauliflower

Corn is such a versatile food. Not only is it amazing on the cob, when it’s added to purees, it has a creamy, starchy quality. The corn in this puree gives it not only a sweet taste, but also a creamy texture. Since this recipe has a protein, vegetable and starch, it’s a great option […]

Chicken with Carrots and Corn

Babies need more protein than adults because they’re growing so fast. This is especially true in the first few years of your baby’s life. Most of the time, I cook with organic skinless, boneless chicken breasts, but the thigh is higher in fat than the breast, which is a good thing for babies and it […]