Homemade Baby Foods

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The idea for making a homemade baby food web site arose out of my interest in healthy products for babies with the birth of our third child.  It started with the search for a way to make healthy baby food at home, and my subsequent review of the KidCo BabySteps Electric Food Mill.  Rather than simply posting this review, I thought that it might be helpful to design a web site dedicated to homemade baby food and other products with the goal of increasing the overall health and well being of children.  As such, the idea is to continually build this site with new information and product reviews.  We welcome input from our visitors, whether it be in the form of an article or a product review, positive or negative.  Please enjoy our homemade baby food site and help to make it better.

34 Responses to Homemade Baby Foods

  1. Eileen says:

    It is important to encourage healthy eating from a young age. Where possible, incorporate raw foods into the diet as puree. That way they are more nutrient rich.

    I’ve also written some articles on food intolerance symptoms for those who may have a child with behavioral issues.

    Thanks, Eileen.

  2. A homemade baby food website is absolutely perfect! I’m a grandma now, but sometimes I wish I were young again and had all the neat things/information that is available today. I am also very concerned about eating healthy foods, and to start a little one out right is so important. I hope you receive lots of visitors to your site who follow your delicious-sounding recipes. Maybe I’ll even try some for myself!

  3. It’s way too hard to find intelligent websites on topic, but you look like you know what the heck you are doing! Thanks.

  4. I appreciate the very insightful post. I appreciated reading it and will drop by again to look at what new posts you have finished. How frequently do you try to update your webpage? I will make sure that I add this site to favorites.

  5. The most difficult thing is to find a blog with unique and fresh content but i think you offer something different. Bravo.

  6. TheRichKids says:

    This helps. As for me, I just mashed boiled potato or squash. Or I slice the leafy vegetables into very tiny bits and put it to her food. That’s what I’ve been doing..

  7. Helen from Baby Shoes says:

    This is a great site with all the information a new mum needs if she is considering making her own baby food. Keep up the good work!

  8. Anna from Funky baby clothes boutique says:

    Would be interesting to hear your thoughts on baby led weaning too..

  9. Eric says:

    home made food is a very good idea,,, you can’t always trust the packed food… and this way you can keep track of whatever is your newborn consuming..

  10. Thanks to giving this home made product.Its useful to prepare healthy food for baby.

  11. I am also very concerned about eating healthy foods, and to start a little one out right is so important. I hope you receive lots of visitors to your site who follow your delicious-sounding recipes. This could be helpful if I have a baby soon.

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  12. Kurt from tree guards says:

    We make all the food for our baby rather than buying it in jars. It never looks very appetizing though…

  13. Ola! Homemadebabyfoods,
    Cool Post, Why would your little one just want to eat the bland prepared produced foods out there in jars? No spice, no interesting preferences, no peppers, no… taste? There is no good reason.

  14. Mark from Datafeedr Store says:

    There is obviously some debate when it comes to commercial or homemade baby food. Both commercially prepared and homemade baby food are seen as nutritious choices for a baby. However, homemade food has the edge on the nutrition front. A major factor for consideration is in preparation. Homemade cooking gives an individual complete control over the ingredients and this would involve making the child’s food free from additives and can be flavored to suit the child’s wishes. As a result, parents always know what is entering their child’s body. Food texture can also be customized according to the age of the child.

  15. Bobby says:

    I take the utmost care choosing what to incorporate into my diet, so I’d never just pick a dozen different Gerber flavors and go home satisfied. Thanks very much for the inspiration to keep my family healthy!

  16. Homemade food is far better than the food at eat outs and especially for the kids. I always prefer giving my kids food that is cooked at home.

  17. LS from bestbabywebsite says:

    Food is never to be compromised, most important gas for kids – as well as sleep and caring love !

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  18. Hi!

    Just want to say that I like your site because it is packed with useful information that mothers like me can use. I might try your baby food recipes here and see how it goes.

    Thanks for the share.

  19. You should always boil water to make powdered formula milk, whatever age your baby is. Tap water is best. Use water from the kitchen tap, where it will be fresh from the mains. If you get water from the bathroom tap it may be coming from a storage tank, so it won’t be as good for drinking.

  20. Mickle says:

    I am also very concerned about eating healthy foods, and to start a little one out right is so important.

  21. Stephano Pizzaro from ASEA says:

    Unlike any other baby food, home made is still the best due to fact that you know exactly the ingredients you put all in and the matter it is done. Thank for sharing this post!

  22. we should be aware how we choose the right food for our children
    we should be responsible on what they eat if its healthy or not.

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  23. Angelina from Royal Baby Pictures says:

    ‘Homemade baby foods’ is a great idea for mothers, who want to give their children a healthy diet plan. Hence i usually give my children the homemade foods, as i know a lot of recipes.

  24. Susan from Creams says:

    I always give my baby home made food as I enjoy cooking and I encourage living a healthy life which include organic food. I want my baby boy to grow up healthy and thank god there are lots of recipes books to choose from.

  25. Baby Wipes says:

    Your post sounds good, I wish all mummies should follow your website and also they should appreciate you for sharing such nice recipes.

  26. Marry John says:

    A homemade baby food website is absolutely perfect! . I am also very concerned about eating healthy foods, and to start a little one out right is so important. I hope you receive lots of visitors to your site who follow your delicious-sounding recipes.

  27. Marilene says:

    I agree wholeheartedly homemade baby food is the way to go. This is the only way to know you child is getting the proper nutrition. I bought bebedelice to create mine & it does a lot more than that! You can find it here if interested. http://www.babyridesafe.com/shop/bebedelice/

  28. Very good post and I agree that giving your baby homemade food is the best way to go.

  29. Will from Sharpeners says:

    We started making baby food at home too. We want to avoid allergies as much as possible.

  30. Tony from Pizza Stone Information says:

    I always make my own baby food. It has helped save us a lot of money, especially when I was opening my restaurant and we were strapped for cash.

  31. Mike from penguin games says:

    This is a great idea, there isnt a lot of information out there for preparing homemade baby food. A lot of the mass produced baby food has all sorts of stuff in it.

  32. Excellent post. It is essential that we start our little ones on the path to nutritious healthy eating. Electrical Baby Food Mills are a great way of providing nutritious baby food puree for our children.

  33. Leland says:

    Hi this article is so informative for having knowledge for adequate nutrition for young ones.

  34. yeah! I agree! baby nutrition is a must have in today’s world full of very bad choices

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