Your baby has devoured all the rice cereal, conquered eating single ingredients and they’re hungry for more.

Discover these delicious baby food purees from superstar mum and talented cook, Annabel Karmel!

There’s a whole whack of benefits that come with cooking your own baby food at home. For one, you know exactly what’s going in to it – no preservatives or additives – just nutritious ingredients. It’s often much better value for money than buying convenience pouches and jars. And Annabel’s tasty blends are very likely to have you sneaking a spoon for yourself.

All these baby food purees are suitable for freezing – perfect for a one day cook up to stock the freezer with a few variations. Your future self will thank you for the quick fix during witching hour!


1. Sweet potato, carrot and apricot puree

An unlikely combination but a tasty one all the same, sweet potato, carrot and apricot puree!

2. First vegetable puree

A silky blend of carrot, potato, pumpkin and sweet potato. Beautifully orange in colour, this first vegetable puree is sure to impress.

baby food vegetable puree


3. Parsnip, spinach and sweet potato puree

Going really green is the spinach laden parsnip, spinach and sweet potato puree. Sure baby’s going to love it, but watch out for that nappy!

4. Pumpkin, carrot and corn puree

Your little one loves sweet corn? Get corny with a bowl of butternut pumpkin, carrot and sweet corn puree.

baby food pumpkin carrot puree


5. Potato, leek and pea puree

A puree including two of my favourite vegetables, potato, leek and pea puree. Kicking green bowl goals!

6. Pumpkin, apple and prune puree

Awesome for older babies aged eight months and older, butternut pumpkin, apple and prune puree is a taste sensation. Yum!

baby food pumpkin carrot puree


7. Apple, pear and cinnamon puree

Kids love sweet Pink Lady apples. Paired with delicious and juicy pears, apple and pear with cinnamon puree makes for a sweet, aromatic dessert.

8. Peach, apple and strawberry puree

Peach, apple and strawberry puree will make the most of the tail end of warm weather fruits. Peaches not in season? Try this apple, banana and strawberry variation.


9. Apple, pear and cinnamon puree

Kids love sweet Pink Lady apples. Paired with delicious and juicy pears, apple and pear with cinnamon puree makes for a sweet, aromatic dessert.

These baby food purees are just the tip of the blender from Annabel. You can find all of these and dozens more baby-friendly recipes (including gluten free and vegetarian) at Annabel Karmel.

And once bub’s ready to move on from purees, make sure to check out these 35 fabulous finger foods for babies and toddlers.

Author

South Australian mum and self proclaimed foodie, Lexi can most days be found in the kitchen, apron tied firm and armed with a whisk or wooden spoon!

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