Chayote and Carrots

Chayote and Carrots

Ingredients:
2 chayote squash
Approx 6 carrots

Instructions:
1. Wash and cut chayote and carrots into chunks
2. Bring 1 cup water to a boil
3. Add your ingredients, and set burner to medium
4. Boil until you can pierce the carrots all the way through
5. Drain the veggies, but SAVE the broth
6. Blend ingredients
7. Add the leftover broth to thin the consistency if needed
(You can also use the broth to add to a stew, soup etc)
8. Fill up your @KiddoFeedo tray with the mixture
9. Cover and freeze
10. Remove, defrost and serve when needed!
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Please note that removing the skin and or seeds of the chayote is optional. The whole plant is edible. When cooked chayote is blended, the consistency reminds me of that of an apple.
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CACTUS PEAR, MANGO & BANANA (6M+)

Quick note for this one is that some cactus pear still have needles in them. I’m terrified of splinters, so I use tongs to hold them while I cut in half, and then a spoon to scoop out the ‘meat’. Secondly, cactus pear do have little seeds in them. They are small, and do not pose as choking hazards to little ones.

As these ingredients are fully raw, they can also be consumed as a juice (use a nut milk bag or strainer to remove the pulp), ice pops, fruit salad, smoothie and lots more!

Ingredients:
2 bananas
2 cactus pears
1 large mango

Instructions:
Blend everything together and serve

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Jackfruit, Banana, Strawberry (6m+)

We had family over today, and guess what they brought us…some delicious jackfruit! Yessss! It’s been a while since I have had it fresh, so digging into this puppy was a blast. We ended up with two large bags full, and it’s pretty hot out…so why not try a new combo? This was a hit with the kids, so I’d like to share it with you! It’s great for little ones from the age of weaning and onward. This batch made about 31.4oz, but keep in mind that the quantity will be give or take, depending on the size of your produce.

Ingredients:
7 pods of fresh Jackfruit
Banana
15-20 Strawberries
Chia seeds
1/2 cup water

Instructions:
Blend ingredients and serve

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Papaya & Peach

Not much to say about this combo, as it’s only two ingredients and pretty straight forward. It tastes great, and the peach adds an extra fruity flavour for those with papayas that taste a little on the blander side. Please enjoy!

INGREDIENTS:
1/2 papaya
2 handfuls of frozen peaches

INSTRUCTIONS:
Blend and serve

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Full Plate (Toddler)

CONTENTS:
Granny
Smith Apple
Orange Cherry
Lettuce
Carrot
Homemade Tahini Dip

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Mommy’s Meal Prep of the Day

FRUIT BOWLS:
Nectarine
Strawberry
Granny smith apples
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SMOOTHIE:
Mango
Banana
Raspberry
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SALADS:
Cilantro
Lettuce
Spinach
Olives
Red onion
Sunflower seeds
Hemp hearts
Yellow bell pepper
Cucumber

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Sweet Potato & Quinoa (Approximately 6m+)

INGREDIENTS:
1 sweet potato
1 cup of cooked quinoa

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Preheat oven at 380 degrees
2. Wash sweet potato thoroughly
3. Cut potato in half
4. Place potato halves face down on baking tray and parchment paper
5. Use a knife to puncture a few holes in each half
6. Place in oven and cook for 40 mins, or until you can pierce through it with a fork
7. Remove and set aside
8. For the quinoa, follow the directions on package
(I replaced water with vegetable stock)
9. Add sweet potato to bowl
10. Hand mash sweet potato with a fork
11. Add one cup of cooked quinoa
12. Gently mix them together with a spoon
13. Serve!

Add the remaining portions to your Kiddo Feedo silicone tray to save for another day! Baby can eat this with her/his hands, or with a utensil.

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Mommy’s Meal Prep of the Day

If you’re following this website, you’ll be receiving a few notifications of my posts, as I am slowly adding more content. I have begun prepping my own meals, and I thought I would share those with you as well. If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to use the comment section below.

SALAD:
Lettuce
Red onion
Tomato
Celery
Yellow Bell Pepper
Pumpkin Seeds
Cauliflower rice (raw & diced)
Cilantro

GREEN JUICE:
3 Granny Smith apples
1 celery stock
2 cucumbers

SMOOTHIES:
Mango
Papaya
Strawberry

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Bell Pepper, Nectarine & Grapes (No Cook Recipe)

Here’s a quick and easy no cook baby food recipe. I say ‘baby food’ because this website is directed to food ideas of babies, but don’t let that fool you. I am a hug advocate for the idea that if an adult wouldn’t eat it, neither should the child, except for human milk which is of course designed by mother nature to feed baby for the first few months/years of their lives. So while this can be fed to a little child from the stage of weaning and up, please note that I do not hesitate to make this in a larger batch and drink it myself. This is a puree, smoothie, smoothie bowl, ice pop, and everything in between, because it can be served in so many ways. That’s the fun part about raw food.

This combo is full of fibre, water (from the fruits), vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, and plant based iron. If you’re looking for a new juice to try, simple run these through a juicer to separate the pulp.

INGREDIENTS:
4 nectarines
1 handful of green grapes
1/2 orange bell pepper

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Wash and cut ingredients
2. Blend and serve

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/babyfoodideas1

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