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Yup! It’s another food blog – so glad you came to check it out!
Now, you might be wondering what makes my food blog different from other food blogs out there. Well, let me tell you. If you’re like me, I don’t go to a food blog to spend an hour reading about the food I want to make and look at eye-appealing, but near impossible pictures to replicate (Although, I will post some). I go to a food blog for ideas and occasionally I follow the recipe, to an extent. The recipes I post are based on the K.I.S.S. principle – Keep It Simple Stupid!
Simply recipes – that’s my goal. They will have limited dialogue, not a lot of instruction and might even feature a photo or two. I figure, if you are here for baby food recipes then you are probably already cooking food for the rest of your family and have the basics down. I’m not going to show you how to peel and chop a vegetable (unless I had to Google how to do it myself) or how to turn your blender on. I don’t have time for that, and again, I’m guessing if you are making your own baby food, you don’t have time to read about it!
Here’s what you can expect when reading one of my recipes:
- The recipe with lenient instructions
- Loghan’s rating
- At least one picture at some point during the process
- A paragraph or two about the recipe at the end, if you’re interested
Another thing I want to note is that I don’t have a fancy kitchen or cookware so what you see is what you get – recipes from my crazy kitchen to yours! I actually impressed myself with some of the fancier pictures I was able to capture for you so I hope you enjoy them. I try to keep everything relatively simple but some recipes have more ingredients or ingredients you may not think go together. One thing I learned when making baby food for my little one is that something I didn’t necessarily like, didn’t mean my daughter, Loghan didn’t.
Speaking of Loghan, all of my baby food recipes have been mom tested and Loghan approved. You will see a “Loghan Rating” on each recipe. 1 – Meaning she’s spitting food back out at me. 5 – meaning I can’t shovel it in fast enough! I realize each baby’s pallet will be different, so feel free to adjust measurements based on what your baby likes, but this is a fun way for me to share our favorite go-to recipes. I also read somewhere that a baby will try something at least six times before they decide whether they like it. So, if at first you don’t succeed, try again…and again…and again…and again…and again…and maybe one more time for good measure! Enjoy!