Vegetables — what’s not to love? Veggies are generally low in fat and calories but are packed full of vitamins, minerals, and disease-fighting antioxidants. Your baby needs all the nutrition vegetables have to offer — use the vegetable puree recipes below to make sure she gets it!
For information on when to introduce specific fruits into your baby’s diet, along with serving sizes, visit our solid food charts.
For information on whether or not you should invest in organic veggies, visit our post comparing organic and non-organic produce.
For tips on how to cook your vegetables, visit our cooking techniques page.
For tips on how to puree your vegetables, visit our pureeing techniques page.
Enough background information — on to the cooking!
Once you’ve made a veggie puree, you may find yourself wondering how you’re going to store it. For tips on proper food storage, visit our food storage page.
Want to make the baby food making and serving even easier? Check out our list of recommended products for tools that’ll make baby feeding a breeze!
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