It takes time for a baby to be ready to start eating solid foods. If you don’t want to buy a ton of processed shelved baby food, and you can’t commit to our delivery service, then here are some purees you can do yourself at home.
Gold Beet Puree:
Steam, Peel and puree into a smooth consistency. You can add a liquid of your choice to your puree choice, if you don’t have a juicer; water or milk are usually the liquid added. The Gold Beet is high in fiber, bright in color, and sweet.
We steam and puree until smooth. Strawberry Puree is packed with vitamin C and can promote Iron absorption.
Steam until soft, puree into smooth consistency. Edamame Puree has protein.
Black Bean Puree:
Cook black bean till very soft, puree into smooth consistency. Black Bean Puree is a super food. This food is nutrient-rich, high in soluble fiber, antioxidants and is a great palate pleaser.
Steam until tender. Puree to a smooth consistency. The Green Bean Puree is low in sugar and a good starter food.
Legumes, Garbanzo Bean Puree:
Steam and puree with a little water until in a smooth consistency. Garbanzo Bean Puree is high in protein.