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Chicken Puree

Sunday
Dec 2,2007

7+ months

1 cup cold and cooked boneless chicken – chopped into no bigger than 1 inch pieces
1/4 cup cooking juice or plain water

1. Place chicken chunks in blender or food processor and puree until a powdery mix is formed. Slowly add water and puree further until a smooth consistency is created.
2. Add as much liquid as needed to make a consistency appropriate for your baby! You may add veggies or fruits to this puree as you like.

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  • Sunday
    Dec 2,2007

    7+months

    1 cup cold and cooked boneless beef, pork or veal – chopped into chunks no bigger than 1 inch
    1/4 cup cooking juice or plain water

    1. Place meat chunks in blender or food processor and puree until a powdery mix is formed. Slowly add water and puree further until a smooth consistency is created.
    2. Add as much liquid as needed to make a consistency appropriate for your baby! You may add veggies or fruits to this puree as you like.

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  • Broccoli Puree – Baby food

    Sunday
    Dec 2,2007

    8-10 months+

    Vitamins: A (4533 IU), C, E, K, niacin, folate
    Minerals: potassium, sodium, selenium, phosphorous, iron, magnesium, calcium

    1. Wash broccoli under cool water.
    2. Chop stems and florets into small pieces; using just the florets will many times yield a smoother puree. Steam until tender.
    3. Place into your choice of appliance for pureeing and begin pureeing.
    4. Add water as necessary to achieve a smooth, thin consistency.

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  • Potato Puree – Baby food

    Sunday
    Dec 2,2007

    8-10 months+

    1. Peel potatoes and cut into small chunks.
    2. Place chunks into a pan with just enough water to slightly cover potato
    3. Boil until tender, be sure to check on the water level.
    4. Reserve any left over water to use for thinning out the potatoes
    5. Place into your choice of appliance for pureeing and begin pureeing.
    6. Keep a close watch on the potatoes while you are pureeing as they may turn into “wallpaper paste” if pureed too much.
    7. Add the reserved water as necessary to achieve a smooth, thin consistency.

    You may also use breast milk or formula to make the puree if you wish.

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  • Pear Puree – Baby Food

    Sunday
    Dec 2,2007

    6-8 months+

    Vitamins: A, C, folate
    Minerals: potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium

    1. Peel and cut into chunks so as to avoid the little seed portion.
    2. Steam gently until tender.
    3. Place in a blender/food processor and puree until smooth. You may be able to just use a fork instead.
    4. Use the leftover cooking water if needed but Pears tend to be very runny and watery without adding liquid – add some baby cereal to thicken if needed.

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