Carrot Puree

Carrots make a great start to starting your baby on solids. I love it because it is good for the skin and it is easy to make (as usual)

You just need carrots. Select your carrots well because this is for your baby’s food so don’t compromise on quality.

Cut your carrots into smaller pieces and boil until soft. Do not add salt because your baby does not need it yet. He/She gets enough from breast milk.

Let it cool and blend in a blender or food processor. Add more water for  a lighter puree.

Like I said, easy to make. You can add breast milk or formula if you are now introducing your baby to solids.

Look out for recipes that will need carrot puree on the site.

7 Comments Add yours

  1. shally says:

    I want a menu for six year old boy

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    1. Hi Shally, do you mean recipes or just a variety of meals. i’m working on a menu plan for older children who are in school and will share that very soon

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  2. sellikem says:

    This is great. I have really benefited from your recipes.I am always concerned about my one year old daughter’s weight. I will definitely
    try these recipes. Of course I am waiting for the menu plan as well. Keep up the good work. BR,Selikem.

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    1. Thanks Selikem! I’m happy to share my little knowledge 🙂 Let me know which ones she loves best.

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  3. Millicent says:

    Please i want recipe for my six months bby

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  4. Korkor says:

    Hello..I chanced upon you website while researching on food for my 6month old baby..1st time mum 😉 hahaha. this page is a gold mine Trust me. Thanks very much for sharing your knowledge.

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    1. Thanks Korkor! Comments like this keep me going.

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