Easily Cook Natural Baby food for Seven Days of Meals

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Check out how to make roast vegatables and chicken for a healthy weeks worth of baby food.

Ingredients:
1 Butternut Squash
4 Apples

2 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
Bunch of Carrots
Bunch of Potatoes

Set oven to 375 F for 90 Minutes.

Use immersion blender to liquify

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Comments

Tasha Gavin says:

Baby food for the first one☺☺☺☺

Rosy Stefanatos says:

This looks great thanks! Is this every week? Do you ever add green veggies?

Angelica Sam says:

Wonderful video! I really like the way you cook your baby food. Your baby is so cute and look so healthy. Please keep posting more videos. Thanks

Ashley Spaustat says:

This is so awesome! Thanks! :) Your son is so incredibly ADORABLE!! <3

Sobe Khan says:

thank you so much for your recipes

Deborah Poston says:

Great video, I
love cooking my sons food and think this is wonderful way. And your little one is so adorable.

Andrea Sanchez says:

very easy. how many onz of each you give to your baby and how many times a day? thank you

hohenheim1 says:

I noticed the faucet running when mashing the chicken. Did you add the fluid from the pan to the chicken to make it moist?

Yvonne Lopez says:

How do you store the extra puree? freeze it or just put it in the fridge?

GZUS32 says:

Great ideas. We've been doing the fruits and veggies for my 8 mo old for a couple months and were thinking about making our own meats now too. Hopefully it'll be cheaper than buying the jars of meat. One dollar doesn't sound like much, but it adds up fast.

Cute kid.

aika ibraeva says:

great idea , easy and fast .thanks . and tasty cause of not steemed but baked

Amalleyne13 says:

Yes this was perfect I'm going to try it this way! Thank you so much for sharing :)

Elena Way says:

omg thank u so much im going try all these things for my son:)

vimealea says:

And how do you store the remaining for a whole week?

vimealea says:

What would be another option for those without an oven?

ShilikoR R says:

que bebe tan hermoso!!!!! <3 <3 <3

Talitha Guinn says:

Great idea, and what a cutie!!!

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