Favorite Trick to Keeping a Variety of Babyfood on Hand

freezing baby food

I absolutely love making homemade food for my newest little guy. But I’ll admit, I rely on packaged food from time to time, especially when I’m not prepared to make it from scratch. But lately I’ve adapted a handy trick for always being prepared when meal-time comes around. I’ve found it to be completely helpful making a variety of small batches of a single origin food and freezing them in single servings, or half servings. When it’s mealtime, I can pick one or two different frozen babyfood pods and thaw them together. Not only does it help you be prepared, but it also lets your little one taste different flavor combinations.Win win.

Here’s a list of some of my go-to frozen babyfood pods I keep in the freezer: beets, rainbow and regular carrots, apples, pears, bananas, apricots/peaches, spinach, zucchini, blueberries and sweet potatoes.

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