Mom Made Foods Baby Foods

Mom Made Foods Baby Foods

Single-flavor frozen purees (pear, apple, sweet potato, broccoli) can be found in the freezer aisle in Whole Foods markets and Wegmans. Baby taste testers liked sweet potato the best.

  • This food mill was perfect for making baby food for my son. It takes care of everything you need to grind up into a paste. I recently gave away a bunch of my baby stuff, but not this. I refused to part with it because it's so g... This food mill was perfect for making baby food for my son. It takes care of everything you need to grind up into a paste. I recently gave away a bunch of my baby stuff, but not this. I refused to part with it because it's so good. I still use it to puree things like vegetables to hide in spaghetti sauce (which is an easy way to get vegetables into both my husband and son). I don't think I'll part with this until it no longer works (I've had it for over a year and a half, and pureed much food with it, so it's paid for itself), and then I think I might go and buy another one. Much better than any other food mill I've tried.

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  • When I can't make my own baby food, I like Happy Baby food. I can feel confident that it contains only organic fruits, veggies & grains for my little one.

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  • Bohemian Baby takes eco consciousness a step further by using recyclable glass jars for their baby foods. The company's single purees and blends include less widely available flavors, like asparagus, nectarines, and mango.

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