Freezing Pureed Veggies As Baby Food

Now that Savvy Jr. is starting to eat solid foods, I’ve been doing this method of freezing his food in ice cube trays.
You puree cooked vegetables in a blender, divvy into ice cube trays, freeze until hard, and transfer to a freezer-safe container. When you’re ready to feed the baby, pop one of the vegetable cubes into a bowl and microwave for 30 seconds or so, until they are the right temperature.
As a bonus, one ice cube is a good serving size for a baby just starting out on solid foods.
Who needs to buy baby food when it’s so easy to make?

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3 thoughts on “Freezing Pureed Veggies As Baby Food”

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  2. I use two of the Mumi & Bubi trays, which (unlike ice cube trays) are unitaskers but fit better in our tiny freezer. The only thing I’ve found that doesn’t freeze well(out of the dozens of pureed fruits/veggies I’ve made for my kid) are stewed prunes.


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