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.

Pureeing Baby Food

Cook times and methods will differ slightly depending on the food, but you can use this simple process to prepare most fruits, vegetables, meats, and grains for baby. From Cooking Light First Foods by Carolyn Land Williams, M.Ed., R.D.

  • Print
  • |
  • Email
Strain after Pureeing

4. Strain

Spoon the food through a fine strainer or sieve to smooth the lumps and remove unprocessed parts of produce (this step may or may not be required).

More Ways To Get Cooking Light

Advertisement

 

JavaScript must be enabled to use this Calendar module.

MOST POPULAR
1
100 Ideas for Appetizers

Start the party with these delicious bites that are sure to enliven everyone's appetite.

Phyllo-Wrapped Asparagus with Prosciutto