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Manual Food Processor for Baby Food

DebPC

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I copied this from a thread from a couple years ago by Erica, to go with this post.

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I know thread has been up a while, but I just came across it.

I hate to state the obvious, but now that the new spring products are out the MFP is perfect for making baby food. I am telling all of my pregnant friends and friends with small babies about it. It would be so much easier than dragging out the big food processor. PLUS it is small enough to fit in the average diaper bag when you are traveling and need to make baby food on the go. And when the baby is big enough for some table food, but needs it pureed, it will work great!

I made my daughter's baby food and it was very easy. I just cooked the food, fruit or veggies in water. Sometimes I used the micro-cookers. I cooked meat, like a turkey breast and chicken in the DCB in the microwave. Puree the food in a food processor and add water from cooking until it got to the consistency I wanted. Then I froze it in ice cube trays. Popped them into a ziplock, labeled it, and thawed to eat (micro-cooker, or prep bowls). I didn't think about this before...but I bet the mini muffin tin would work great for freezing baby food!

The food looked, smelled and tasted so much better than jarred food.

A website I found very helpful was: http://wholesomebabyfood.momtastic.com/
Make your baby healthy homemade baby food with our easy baby food recipes, solid food tips, baby nutrition & more!
They have recipes, what foods are good for what ages, and give tips on how to pick good produce. I found that helpful because I cooked some veggies for my baby that I don't eat that often myself, so I didn't really know what to look for.

I also used the salad choppers when I my daughter was big enough for small bites. I used them on green beans, chicken nuggets..etc.

A tip..don't try to make everything at once. When introducing new foods you will do the same food for several days to make sure your baby isn't allergic. So make plenty to freeze. Then do the same thing with the next food. Once you've introduced all of the foods you will have a freezer full of baby food and it will be quick and easy to grab and go.
 
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DebPC

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I've now edited my post to include the link to the website. It originally didn't come thru. thanks for the catch.
 

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Nice.
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I had such thing and it was really very useful, unfortunately it got broked, so i'm looking for a new one.I prepare special food for my child. No salt or sugar. I do not fry or add oil. Because I think it's harmful. And I don't grind all the food into a homogeneous mass. I leave small pieces for the baby to learn to chew. When I'm lazy or very tired I give it a Hipp feed. He likes it, too. It's really delicious. But any food should be varied. This is my son's diet. For example, broccoli and Turkey meat or zucchini with chicken meat. And also cottage cheese and eggs, as well as milk.




https://anyorganics.com/12-hipp-formulas
 
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