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HOW I MAKE MY OWN BABY FOOD

May 16, 2017

By May 16, 2017parenting
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I guess I should have titled this “How I Make Hazel’s Baby Food” since it’s not actually my food, but you know what I mean 😉 Plus, if I’m being honest, I’ve stolen a few bites of the fruit purees I’ve made for Hazel because they’re pretty yummy. And Cody steals bites of her sweet potato puree. We’re just teaching her to share. 😉 Ha!

If you’re planning to feed your child homemade baby food, you MUST get the BEABA Babycook. It’s so easy to use! Like, so easy that Cody will actually volunteer to make Hazel’s food. Anything that gets Daddy excited about baby chores and makes me life easier is a win 🙂 It literally makes anything and everything (even meat purees) in 15 minutes or less. You just add some water, put the chopped food in the steamer basket and push the button to turn it on. When it’s done steaming, you dump the food in the blender part and blend. And tada! you have baby food! Seriously, so easy! I have the cookbook that has tons of recipe suggestions and it’s divided by age so you’ll know what’s appropriate to give your child. I usually get about 12 ounces of food per recipe so I put it in the multiportion freezing tray and just pop one out for each meal (you can even use the Babycook to defrost or reheat the food). I just love this device to much! I love that it makes it easy for me to give Hazel the healthiest (organic) food that hasn’t been processed. This way, I know exactly what I’m putting into her body. Oh, and one last thing. The BEABA spoons are amazing! We used to have ones with a metal handle but they didn’t work great for Hazel. She likes to have her own spoon and these are all silicone so it’s perfect for her to chew on while in between bites. The BEABA Babycook is definitely on my “Must-Have Baby Products List”. Which is probably a list a should share with you guys soon, don’t you think? 🙂

XO, Kacie

Sponsored by BEABA. All thoughts an opinions are my own.

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