Your Ultimate Guide to Making and Storing Baby Food. Healthier and Budget-Friendly!

How to Make Baby Food at Home

Have you wanted to make your own baby food but found yourself asking how to make baby food? It can seem like a daunting task but making your own baby food is actually pretty simple with all the right tools. This video by What’s Up Moms gives you tips on how to make baby food and store any leftovers. They also have a video of some great recipes.

Related: Making Baby Food: What You Need to Know Before You Get Started

Homemade baby food is a much healthier option than the store bought. You’ll know exactly what’s in your baby food and it’ll be free of preservatives, food coloring, and other unwanted added ingredients.

Some baby foods can last up to two years, even if the brand says it’s organic. Then, once you open up these baby foods they’re only good for 2-3 days. If no one eats them, they go straight to the trash.

Related: Guide to Making Your Own Baby Food: Cooking Techniques

Buying baby food at the store can get costly, especially if you want the organic brands. Sometimes buying baby food can add to the waste in your home, too.

The great part about making your own baby food is if you make too much, you can freeze it right up. Read below to find out how long your baby food will last in the freezer. This is a huge timesaver for busy parents and reduces waste in your home.

Cook and Puree Veggies and Fruit

  • To easily combine your veggies and fruits in a blender or food processor, steam them first. You can pop this steamer right into your pot to easily steam them up without using a microwave. My favorite food processor does all the work for me, but you can even use a hand blender if you have one.

How to Store Extra Baby Food

Label When You Made the Food

With these tips, you’ll be a baby food making pro in no time. You’ll need some great supplies once you learn how to make baby food. This bib is mentioned in the video and it’s truly a lifesaver! No more huge spills soaking into clothes.

Related: Top Picks: Baby Food Making Supplies

When you start introducing your little one to solids, these weaning spoons come in handy and make the transition easier.

While your little one learns how to eat solids, another great method is to introduce them to new textures and flavors using fresh food feeder. Your baby will be accustomed to so many new foods, he won’t have time to ever become a picky eater.

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Homemade baby food is healthier for your baby. Have you wanted to make your own right at home? You can! Learn how to make baby food with What's Up Moms.

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How to Make and Store Homemade Baby Food. Healthier and Budget-Friendly!
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How to Make and Store Homemade Baby Food. Healthier and Budget-Friendly!
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Homemade baby food is healthier for your baby. Have you wanted to make your own right at home? You can! Learn how to make baby food with What's Up Moms.

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