Fall is in the air! As the leaves begin to change colors and the weather grows cooler, this time of year inspires new palettes of color all around…and new food palettes, too! As you care for your family this season, one thing you may notice at your local grocery store or Farmer’s Market are an array of seasonal food items. Harvests full of pumpkins, squash and apples, for example, may be more readily available to shoppers. We thought this would be the perfect time of year to suggest some Fall themed baby food recipes to try. By using some of the most common seasonal food items, you can whip up some deliciously seasonal meals for your littlest family member! Check out these recipe ideas below:
This recipe offers a smooth texture and a yummy combination of flavors!
To Make, gather the following ingredients and follow the steps:
This recipe is a little bit heartier and the texture is thicker than a traditional puree. This is best suited for babies who are accustomed to eating baby foods with a thicker consistency!
This recipe incorporates two bold flavors and offers a smooth consistency!
1. Combine all ingredients and heat on the stove until softened
2. Move mixture into a food processor and blend until smooth
3. Serve and enjoy! This can be stored in the fridge for up to four days or in the freezer up to size months.
*Please remember that if you have any questions, it is always best to check with your child’s care provider before incorporating a new food into their diet*
We hope the recipes above inspire you to get cooking! Looking for more ideas on introducing and incorporating new foods into your baby’s diet?! Checkout these related posts for more:
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