Tag Archive | homemade baby food
And you’d be wrong. I don’t like it all that much. Well, I didn’t until I learned to make my own. I never particularly cared for the sweet mixed with tart flavor combination of store-bought yogurt, but the great thing about homemade yogurt is that the tartness increases the longer you incubate it. So if […]
Introducing my latest obsession (and money saver!): Homemade Yogurt for the Win (I accidentally typed “wine” there, because habits)!
This is my second post in a row about the Instant Pot. I realize that may seem a bit…obsessive. And it kinda is, but in a healthy way. This thing does all the things: pressure cook, slow cook, saute, steam, sterilize… And it makes yogurt….delicious yogurt! And I don’t even like yogurt! My children, however, […]
This was an absolute favorite with my oldest, and it remains a favorite with my twins. I don’t know what it is about tomato sauce, but kids will eat anything when it’s covered in it! Here’s how I do it, but you can add any vegetables you want. Cook 1 pound of ground beef in […]
I’ve recently had a change of heart. Up until just a few months ago, I hated cauliflower. It looks too much like broccoli for my taste, so for years I’ve despised it based on appearance alone. But I had no idea what you could do with cauliflower in disguise! My first attempt at disguising cauliflower […]
Just in time for Thanksgiving, the perfect Baby-Led Weaning recipe for pumpkin pie! This was one of our first BLW foods and it was a big hit! There’s no added sugar, so you can feel (mostly) good about giving it to your little one. It’s is a 3-day recipe only because the ingredients need to […]
Boil 2 chicken breast halves for 20 minutes. Remove them from the pot, reserving 2 cups of chicken broth to use immediately. After the chicken cools, cut it into toddler-bite-sized pieces, or shred it. Put the shredded chicken in a large pot and add 4-5 cups chopped vegetables. This is the (surprise!) part–I just use […]