Lamb, kale, carrots, parsnips and zucchini baby puree

Iron rich baby purée a great recipe to introduce lamb into your baby’s world

One of the benefits of making your own homemade baby food is that you can pack it with as many goodies as you want yourself. I always want the meals to be healthy and nutrient dense but just as important I want it to be tasty, because baby just won’t eat it if it doesn’t taste good. simple is that. This is a good examples of the benefits of serving those first mouthfuls with wholesome ingredients to nourish their developing bodies and brain.

Lamb, Kale, Carrots, Parsnips and zucchini baby food purée, iron rich baby purée

 

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Lamb, kale, carrots, parsnips and zucchini baby puree
This Lamb, kale, carrots, parsnips and zucchini Baby Purée is packed with nutrients and tastes SO good! a great way to introduce lamb and to ensure your little one is getting their daily iron.
Servings
8
Ingredients
Servings
8
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Steam the produce and meat until cooked properly
  2. Blend with steam water
  3. Add fat of your choice and a couple of tsp of formula for a creamy consistency (optional)
  4. Pour into baby food containers. This is a silicone tray for baby food from @kiddo Feedo that we love using here at home for batch cooking.
  5. Once cooled, put the lid on the baby food container and freeze.
Recipe Notes

 

Freezes up to 3 months

Reheat whenever you want. You can reheat in the microwave if in hurry, or just place the cubes in a saucepan on low heat and let it defrost slowly. Another option is to defrost the cubes the day before in the fridge.

So simple and I hope your baby will enjoy it just as mine did.

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This Lamb, kale, carrots, parsnips and zucchini Baby Purée is packed with nutrients and tastes SO good! a great way to introduce lamb and to ensure your little one is getting his daily iron. I never share recipes that my baby haven’t approved or even me and this one was a definite winner.

 

Lamb, kale, carrots, parsnips and zucchini [6m+] I’d serve this delicious super nutritious baby purèe.

One of the benefits of making your own homemade baby food is that you can pack it with as many goodies as you want yourself. I always want the meals to be healthy and nutrient dense but just as important I want it to be tasty, because baby just won’t eat it if it doesn’t taste good. This is a good examples of the benefits of serving those first mouthfuls with wholesome food. This nourishing, iron rich meal was an absolute taste winner, my baby really loved it! It is also a good way to introduce lamb into your little one’s diet.

Yield: 6-8 portions each 60 ml
❄️ Freezes up to 3 months

Ingredients:
– 1 small lump of lamb meat
– 2 big kale leaves
– 2 carrots
– 1/2 zucchini

-2 parsnips

– 1 tsp of fat of your choice

 

Instructions:
1. Steam the produce and meat until cooked properly
2. Blend with steam water
3. add fat of your choice and a couple of tsp of formula for a creamy consistency (optional)
4. Pour into baby food containers. This is a silicone tray for baby food from @kiddo Feedo that we love using here at home for batch cooking.
5. Once cooled, put the lid on the baby food container and freeze.

 

Reheat whenever you want. You can reheat in the microwave if in hurry, or just place the cubes in a saucepan on low heat and let it defrost slowly. Another option is to defrost the cubes the day before in the fridge.

So simple and I hope your baby will enjoy it just as mine did.

 

 

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