The dietary needs of newborn babies aren’t all that difficult to meet—most often they consist of breast milk or baby-formula. But as infants mature and grow, so do their nutritional requirements. Unfortunately, store-bought baby food can end up being very expensive, and often contains a lot of sugar, sodium, and preservatives that your baby simply does not need.
The good news is that as long as you have access to a high-quality blender, you can make your own healthy versions of pureed meals that will have your baby squirming with excitement. So get a bib ready; this helpful infographic is going to show you 10 easy-to-follow recipes for great homemade baby food. *Be sure to check with your pediatrician before making any changes to your baby’s diet. Try your baby on individual ingredients/foods before you include them in any recipes, that way you can identify any potential food allergies.