Making baby food...

I wanted to share with you a very easy and cost effective way to make baby food for your little one's.  I started making my little man's food a few months ago when he started on solids.  I got this very cool little baby food grinder by "Munchkin" from Target for about $10-$12.  The grinder turns fruits, veggies, or meat into a healthy, natural baby food in seconds.  Simple and very cheep!  You can freeze your baby food in baby food jars or ice cube trays.  That way, if you don't have time to make it fresh, you have it in the freezer.  


What you need:
fruit or veggies
simple baby food grinder
recycled baby food jars
or
ice cube trays





Muchkin baby food grinder in action


Recycled baby food jars


 Fresh and natural baby food for your little one's




 My sweet little man is eight months old today!  He say's "thank you mommy for my yummy food"


Blessings...

5 comments:

Jen @ Life with Jen and Ronnie said...

I used my food processor and traded with friends at work. We would each make 1 thing and trade. I had the bood Fresh Baby So Easy baby food book. So much cheaper that buying baby food!

Busy Little Housewife said...

Very cool Jenn! Such a great idea. I'll have to check out the book. I just love saving money and knowing that Sam's food is fresh and organic.

Aspiring Earth Mama said...

Love it! Once you get used to not cracking open a jar, I think it is just as easy and so much better for them!

ChristensFamily said...

Thanks for this! I have been intimidated with making baby food, and opted for the canned food for convenience! I'm going to have to give the munchkin a try!

Busy Little Housewife said...

Thanks Christen. Once you get started, it's really easy. Your sweet baby girl will love it.