Category: Homemade baby food

How to health-ify (is that a word?) chicken and rice soup for your baby

Weirdest post title I have ever written? Probably. But I invented a way to make canned Campbell’s Chicken and Rice soup an even more AWESOME food for Baby Boy, and damnit, you’re going to hear about it! 1. Simmer soup. Ooh, ground-breaking, I know!… Continue Reading “How to health-ify (is that a word?) chicken and rice soup for your baby”

Mmm, discs of squished chicken!

When I first started making homemade baby food, I struggled with chicken. I wanted to have some baby-friendly chicken servings in the freezer, so he could have something protein-y to go with his veggies and carbs — the boy loves his carbs. So I… Continue Reading “Mmm, discs of squished chicken!”

What’s in a name?

When I make homemade baby food, I’ve never been content to just label the bags with the name of the fruit or vegetable. I like to make my own names for my concoctions. It’s pretty much the best part. Here’s a peek at some the baggies… Continue Reading “What’s in a name?”

Wordless Wednesday: Pulverizing chicken noodle soup to make it more baby-friendly

TV dinners for babies

Baby Boy still eats chunky purees of fruits and veggies, but he is ADAMANT that his meals contain lots of finger foods. All he wants to do is pick things up by himself — I can see a lot of shoe-tying and clothes-choosing fights… Continue Reading “TV dinners for babies”