Cooking for Baby

Everything you need to prepare healthy, nutritious food for your baby: Find simple recipes and information about food allergies and intolerances, as well as food storage and safety.

Homemade Baby Food Storage

One of the keys to making the process less time-consuming is to prepare baby’s foods in bulk. As you learn what foods baby prefers, try doubling or tripling the recipes to store in the freezer. From Cooking Light First Foods by Carolyn Land Williams, M.Ed., R.D.

Storing Baby Food in the Fridge

Storing Baby Food in the Refrigerator

We recommend storing your prepared pureed baby foods in single servings to help ensure food safety and simplify mealtime for you.

Storing in the Refrigerator

Shelf life: Up to two days

Best storage method: Portion food into clean, empty glass baby food jars with lids or individual serving containers with lids.


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