THE BABY COOK

Three Ingredient, Sugar-Free Banana Chocolate Mousse

Three Ingredient, Sugar-Free Banana Chocolate Mousse

Suitable for the whole family, this chocolate mousse contains no added sugar and made from just three household ingredients in a couple of minutes, will become your new go-to when you want a quick snack or dessert for your little one.
Carrot and Potato Puree Recipe

Carrot and Potato Puree Recipe

Simple purées with only one vegetable are a great place to start when introducing food to your baby for the first time. Once you have introduced vegetables such as potato and carrot, you may then wish to create purees like this recipe that mixes both foods together to create a new flavour again.
Sweet Potato and Cauliflower Puree

Sweet Potato and Cauliflower Puree

Eating a rainbow each day is about eating a wide variety of foods so your baby's body gets all the essential nutrients it needs. When cooking this recipe, we used purple sweet potato for added variation but regular sweet potato works great too. 
Baby Oatmeal Porridge

Baby Oatmeal Porridge

Baby porridge is one of the foods that many parents choose to introduce to their baby. Save money on supermarket baby oatmeal and mill your own using your Babycook.
Beef and Veggie Puree

Beef and Veggie Puree

When introducing new foods, it is important to make sure your baby is eating enough foods that are high in iron. This beef and veggies recipe is packed with iron from the beef and peas, as well as lots of other vital vitamins and minerals from the veggies.
Creamy French Tarragon Chicken

Creamy French Tarragon Chicken

This easy take on a classic French dish is quick and easy to make in the Babycook! While introducing your little one to delicious new flavours such as tarragon, you are  building their palette while serving healthy and nutritious meals. With steamed broccoli and chicken in a creamy sauce, this recipe can be made as a puree or with pasta for BLW.

Berry Puree

Berry Puree

Berry Puree is not only popular with babies but also a great staple to keep in the fridge to serve with natural yoghurt, on ice-cream, in smoothies or even stirred through baby porridge.
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.

Mandarin, Apple and Strawberry Puree

Mandarin, Apple and Strawberry Puree

Being high in vitamin C and antioxidants, mandarins are a great early food for your little one. This simple puree is sweet and palatable, even for fussy babies!

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.