Broccoli-Spinach Puree

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Loghan’s Rating:

1 Cup – Broccoli

1 Cup – Uncooked Spinach Leaves

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • Cut the broccoli into equal size pieces as much as possible. Cook the broccoli by steaming, roasting or sauteing until tender.
  • Measure out them spinach and put it in the blender. If you prefer, you can also cook the spinach first.

* Roast at 425°F for 15-30 minutes or until soft.

Step 2: Blend

  • Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl and let your little one enjoy!
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes:

I’m not going to lie, this is not one of Loghan’s favorites but she did eat it. Don’t forget, it takes about seven times for you LO to decide whether they like something. If they still don’t like it after the first couple times, try it again after a few days and maybe only thaw out one – one ounce cube at a time. Hopefully your LO likes this recipe, or even if they didn’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Avocado-Pear Puree

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2-Ripe Avocados (large)

2-Ripe Pears

Directions:

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • Cut the avocado in half, take out the pit, and scoop out the insides. Give it a rough chop and throw it in the blender.
  • Peel and core the pears. If they are already pretty soft, you can just throw them right into the blender. If they are harder, cut them into bite size pieces and throw them into a small frying pan on medium heat. Add enough water to coat the bottom of the pan and cover. Let them cook until soft. Once softened, toss them in the blender.

Step 2: Blend

  • Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl and let your little one enjoy!
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes:

Loghan likes this puree a lot and I admit I might sneak a couple bites here and there! It is pretty dang delicious and super easy to make. Avocados are a great source of nutrition to sneak into your baby’s diet as well. Loghan will eat them by themselves, but if your LO is a little more picky, I think this recipe just might be right up your alley. You can always play with the portions to fit your LO’s taste buds. If you like it, or even if you don’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Strawberry-Cucumber Puree

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Loghan’s Rating:

1 Cup – Fresh or frozen strawberries

1 – Cucumber

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • Remove the stems from the strawberries. If you started with frozen strawberries, thaw them and toss them in the blender.
  • Peel and seed the cucumber. Cut it into bite size pieces and throw it in the blender.

* You can also roast all of the fruit to soften them a bit and for some extra flavor. Either way is delicious. Roast at 425°F for 10-15 minutes or until soft.

Easy. Delicious.

Step 2: Blend

  • Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl and let your little one enjoy!
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes:

This recipe is perfect for a hot summer day and that is when Loghan likes it best! You can also try to add in a small amount of basil or another herb of your choice. Just remember, a little goes a long way! Hopefully your LO likes this recipe, or even if they didn’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Rhubarb-Apple-Pear-Vanilla Puree (Oatmeal Topper)

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Loghan’s Rating:

1/4 Cup – Fresh or frozen rhubarb (a little goes a long ways)

1– Apple

1– Pear

2 drops – Vanilla (or you can substitute the milk for your oatmeal to a vanilla cashew or almond milk)

*Transition Oats recipe below.

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • If using frozen rhubarb, thaw it and then cut it into bite size pieces and throw it in the blender. If using fresh, you can follow same steps below with the apples and pears.
  • Peel and core the apples and pears. Cut them into bite size pieces and throw them into a small frying pan on medium heat. Add enough water to coat the bottom of the pan and cover. Let them cook until soft. Once softened, toss them in the blender.
  • Add the drops of vanilla to the blender.

Step 2: Blend

Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl over the oatmeal and let your little one enjoy!
  • If you have extra fruit puree, you can freeze it and thaw it out for them to enjoy simply as is.
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes: Oatmeal is one of my easy, go-to breakfast meals. When I first started making oatmeal for Loghan I used Gerber DHA & Probiotic Oatmeal (Single Grain Cereal) but you can pick whichever tickles your fancy. Once she was ready for something more chewy I started making transition oats. If your baby isn’t ready for transition oats you can make this recipe using only the single grain cereal. Hopefully your LO likes this recipe, or even if they didn’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Transition Oats

2 ½ Cups – Baby Ground Oats

1 Cup – Oatmeal

3 Cups – Unsweetened Cashew Milk or Vanilla flavored

*You can also substitute regular milk, almond milk or whatever you LO drinks.

Optional Ingredients

½ TBSP – Flax Meal

½ TBSP – Chia Meal

¼ TSP – Cinnamon

The finished product…with strawberry banana topping!

Strawberry Puree (Oatmeal Topper)

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Loghan’s Rating:

2 Cups – Strawberries

*Transition oats recipe posted below

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • Cut the stems from the strawberries. Cut them into bite size pieces and toss them in the blender.

*Try roasting the strawberries for even more yummy flavor (425° for 10-15 minutes)!

Step 2: Blend

  • Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl over the oatmeal and let your little one enjoy!
  • If you have extra fruit puree, you can freeze it and thaw it out for them to enjoy simply as is.
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes: Oatmeal is one of my easy, go-to breakfast meals. When I first started making oatmeal for Loghan I used Gerber DHA & Probiotic Oatmeal (Single Grain Cereal) but you can pick whichever tickles your fancy. Once she was ready for something more chewy I started making transition oats. If your baby isn’t ready for transition oats you can make this recipe using only the single grain cereal. Hopefully your LO likes this recipe, or even if they didn’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Transition Oats

2 ½ Cups – Baby Ground Oats

1 Cup – Oatmeal

3 Cups – Unsweetened Cashew Milk or Vanilla flavored

*You can also substitute regular milk, almond milk or whatever you LO drinks.

Optional Ingredients

½ TBSP – Flax Meal

½ TBSP – Chia Meal

¼ TSP – Cinnamon

The finished product…with strawberry banana topping!

Pear-Date Puree (Oatmeal Topper)

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Loghan’s Rating:

2– Pears

8 – Dates

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • Peel and core the pears. If they are already pretty soft, you can just throw them right into the blender. If they are harder, cut them into bite size pieces and throw them into a small frying pan on medium heat. Add enough water to coat the bottom of the pan and cover. Let them cook until soft. Once softened, toss them in the blender.
  • Throw the dates into the blender. I buy ones that already have the pit removed, but if you don’t, make sure to remove the pit first!

Step 2: Blend

Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl over the oatmeal and let your little one enjoy!
  • If you have extra fruit puree, you can freeze it and thaw it out for them to enjoy simply as is.
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes: Oatmeal is one of my easy, go-to breakfast meals. When I first started making oatmeal for Loghan I used Gerber DHA & Probiotic Oatmeal (Single Grain Cereal) but you can pick whichever tickles your fancy. Once she was ready for something more chewy I started making transition oats. If your baby isn’t ready for transition oats you can make this recipe using only the single grain cereal. Hopefully your LO likes this recipe, or even if they didn’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Transition Oats

2 ½ Cups – Baby Ground Oats

1 Cup – Oatmeal

3 Cups – Unsweetened Cashew Milk or Vanilla flavored

*You can also substitute regular milk, almond milk or whatever you LO drinks.

Optional Ingredients

½ TBSP – Flax Meal

½ TBSP – Chia Meal

¼ TSP – Cinnamon

The finished product…with strawberry banana topping!

Peach-Blueberry Puree (Oatmeal Topper)

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Loghan’s Rating:

1 Cup – Fresh or frozen peaches

½ Cup – Fresh or frozen blueberries

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • Peel and pit the peaches if you started with fresh fruit. If you started with frozen peaches, thaw them and throw them in the blender.
  • Check over the blueberries for stems and remove them. If you started with frozen blueberries, thaw them. Now, go ahead and throw them in the blender with everything else.

Step 2: Blend

Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl over the oatmeal and let your little one enjoy!
  • If you have extra fruit puree, you can freeze it and thaw it out for them to enjoy simply as is.
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes: Oatmeal is one of my easy, go-to breakfast meals. When I first started making oatmeal for Loghan I used Gerber DHA & Probiotic Oatmeal (Single Grain Cereal) but you can pick whichever tickles your fancy. Once she was ready for something more chewy I started making transition oats. If your baby isn’t ready for transition oats you can make this recipe using only the single grain cereal. Hopefully your LO likes this recipe, or even if they didn’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Transition Oats

2 ½ Cups – Baby Ground Oats

1 Cup – Oatmeal

3 Cups – Unsweetened Cashew Milk or Vanilla flavored

*You can also substitute regular milk, almond milk or whatever you LO drinks.

Optional Ingredients

½ TBSP – Flax Meal

½ TBSP – Chia Meal

¼ TSP – Cinnamon

The finished product…with strawberry banana topping!

Peanut Butter-Banana Puree (Oatmeal Topper)

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Loghan’s Rating:

2 – Bananas

1Tbsp. – Peanut Butter

*Transition oats recipe posted below

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • Peel the bananas and tear or cut them into smaller pieces. Throw them in the blender.
  • Add the peanut butter to the blender.

Step 2: Blend

  • Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl over the oatmeal and let your little one enjoy!
  • If you have extra fruit puree, you can freeze it and thaw it out for them to enjoy simply as is.
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes: Oatmeal is one of my easy, go-to breakfast meals. When I first started making oatmeal for Loghan I used Gerber DHA & Probiotic Oatmeal (Single Grain Cereal) but you can pick whichever tickles your fancy. Once she was ready for something more chewy I started making transition oats. If your baby isn’t ready for transition oats you can make this recipe using only the single grain cereal. Hopefully your LO likes this recipe, or even if they didn’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Transition Oats

2 ½ Cups – Baby Ground Oats

1 Cup – Oatmeal

3 Cups – Unsweetened Cashew Milk or Vanilla flavored

*You can also substitute regular milk, almond milk or whatever you LO drinks.

Optional Ingredients

½ TBSP – Flax Meal

½ TBSP – Chia Meal

¼ TSP – Cinnamon

The finished product…with strawberry banana topping!

Strawberry-Banana Puree (Oatmeal Topper)

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Loghan’s Rating:

1 Cup – Strawberries

2 – Bananas

*Transition oats recipe posted below

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • Cut the stems from the strawberries. Cut them into bite size pieces and toss them in the blender.
  • Peel the bananas and tear or cut them into smaller pieces. Throw them in the blender.

Step 2: Blend

  • Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl over the oatmeal and let your little one enjoy!
  • If you have extra fruit puree, you can freeze it and thaw it out for them to enjoy simply as is.
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes: Oatmeal is one of my easy, go-to breakfast meals. When I first started making oatmeal for Loghan I used Gerber DHA & Probiotic Oatmeal (Single Grain Cereal) but you can pick whichever tickles your fancy. Once she was ready for something more chewy I started making transition oats. If your baby isn’t ready for transition oats you can make this recipe using only the single grain cereal. Hopefully your LO likes this recipe, or even if they didn’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Transition Oats

2 ½ Cups – Baby Ground Oats

1 Cup – Oatmeal

3 Cups – Unsweetened Cashew Milk or Vanilla flavored

*You can also substitute regular milk, almond milk or whatever you LO drinks.

Optional Ingredients

½ TBSP – Flax Meal

½ TBSP – Chia Meal

¼ TSP – Cinnamon

The finished product…with strawberry banana topping!

Peach-Plum-Golden Raisin Puree (Oatmeal Topper)

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Loghan’s Rating:

1 Cup – Peaches

3 – Plums

¾ Cup – Golden Raisins

Step 1: Prep & Chop

  • Thaw the frozen peaches or peel and cut fresh peaches and toss them in the blender.
  • Peel the plums, cut them into pieces, discard the seed and place them in the blender.
  • Measure out them raisins and check them over for stems and toss them in with everything else.

* You can also roast all of the fruit (minus the raisins) to soften them a bit and for some extra flavor. Either way is delicious. Roast at 425°F for 10-15 minutes or until soft.

Step 2: Blend

  • Blend until you reach your desired consistency. You can add water if it is too thick or use the chop setting if your baby is able to handle some chunkier foods.

Step 3: Eat & Store

  • Poor some in a bowl over the oatmeal and let your little one enjoy!
  • If you have extra fruit puree, you can freeze it and thaw it out for them to enjoy simply as is.
  • Freeze the leftovers. (Good for 3 months)

*I use the Oxo tot freezer trays to freeze in 1 oz. portions. Then I put them in labeled freezer bags.

Notes: Oatmeal is one of my easy, go-to breakfast meals. When I first started making oatmeal for Loghan I used Gerber DHA & Probiotic Oatmeal (Single Grain Cereal) but you can pick whichever tickles your fancy. Once she was ready for something more chewy I started making transition oats. If your baby isn’t ready for transition oats you can make this recipe using only the single grain cereal. Hopefully your LO likes this recipe, or even if they didn’t, leave a comment with your rave review or share how you modified it to make it fit your needs.

Transition Oats

2 ½ Cups – Baby Ground Oats

1 Cup – Oatmeal

3 Cups – Unsweetened Cashew Milk or Vanilla flavored

*You can also substitute regular milk, almond milk or whatever you LO drinks.

Optional Ingredients

½ TBSP – Flax Meal

½ TBSP – Chia Meal

¼ TSP – Cinnamon

The finished product…with strawberry banana topping!