THE BABY COOK

How to make Homemade Baby Food that you won't find at the Supermarket

How to make Homemade Baby Food that you won't find at the Supermarket

While the possibilities of purees you can make for your baby are endless, here are some recipes you can try in your Babycook, including veggie, fruit and meat purées.

Kale and Pea Puree

Kale and Pea Puree

Kale is among the most nutrient-rich foods, meaning it is a true 'super food' for your baby. Peas are high in fibre and anti-oxidants and together with kale, will leave your baby feeling satisfied while ensuring they are filling up on the good stuff! Stir this puree through some well cooked pasta for a delicious and healthy finger food option for your little one.

Veggie Burgers

Veggie Burgers

Using a base of lentils which are high in antioxidants, iron and magnesium, these veggie burgers are not only a delicious finger food for the little members of your family, but anyone wanting a meat-free alternative at dinner time.

Creamy Veggie Purée (Dairy & Gluten Free!)

Creamy Veggie Purée (Dairy & Gluten Free!)

A creamy (Dairy free) veggie puree will be perfect for your little one on these cold winter nights. While it packs a punch in terms of its' nutritional content, this puree is fairly flavour neutral, and therefore well tolerated by immature tastebuds!
Spinach Purée Recipe

Spinach Purée Recipe

Spinach puree is a great choice for one of the first foods for your little one - it is high in iron, zinc, folate, fibre and vitamins A & K. Try combining it with sweet potato puree for a creamier texture.
Broccoli Puree Recipe

Broccoli Puree Recipe

In this recipe, broccoli stems are combined with the florets for a simple and nutritious puree. Broccoli is best introduced at around 8 months old as it can cause gas for young digestive systems. 
Cheesy Cauliflower Balls

Cheesy Cauliflower Balls

These Cheesy Cauliflower Balls are a delicious meat-free finger food for your little one, as well as being a great party food for adults and children alike!
Veggie Heads

Veggie Heads

With many toddlers getting fussier as they grow, it can often help to make their food look and sound more interesting in quick and easy ways! This vegetarian, and allergy friendly recipe is quick and easy and includes a puree for babies too.
Simple Veggie Puree

Simple Veggie Puree

In this recipe, cauliflower and broccoli stems are combined with peas and carrots for a quick, simple and nutritious puree. 
Corn Fritters

Corn Fritters

These corn fritters not only taste delicious but are also packed with chickpeas, which are high in protein and make an excellent replacement for meat in vegetarian diets.
Trout, Sweet Potato and Broccoli

Trout, Sweet Potato and Broccoli

Fish are a healthy and lean source of protein and essential for early brain development. Serve this recipe as a puree, and then as they grow older, serve this in a more chunky style as a healthy pasta sauce or with rice.
Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin Soup

As the weather begins to cool, soups often become a go-to for a quick, warming meal. This pumpkin soup can be enjoyed by the whole family - from the baby to the adults!