We had wild caught sockeye salmon, sugar snap peas, & sweet potatoes for dinner. It's one of our favorite meals and our little girl loves all of it. I've never seen a toddler eat like she does. Our baby boy was running low on his frozen baby food I made a few weeks ago so I was sure to make a little extra of everything to make him a small batch of food, too. It's super simple to do. I have a Cuisinart Mini Food Processor that I use all the time. It's especially good for baby food.
I started with the cooked sugar snap peas, chopped them up and added water to make it a smoother consistency.
Then I worked on the salmon. Doing the same thing and adding a little bit of water as necessary. (It looked pretty terrible once it was turned to mush).
Once I got everything prepped, I scooped it all into a mini muffin pan. I simply layered the sweet potato on top of the salmon and left the sugar snap peas as their own veggie.
I store these in a container in the freezer and whenever it's time for a meal, I am able to grab a mini muffin shaped meal and microwave it for 30 seconds in a little dish then I usually add rice or oatmeal, too. Since they are all portioned out perfectly, I'm able to rotate the veggies, fruits, & proteins very easily.
When we're traveling I like to use pouches which are easy to feed and throw away.
Do you have any tricks to making homemade baby food?