Making Marielle’s baby food has become a lot more interesting in the past week. Now that she basically eats anything that’s put in front of her, we’re going from single ingredient purées to multiple ingredient purées. It’s always best to use foods your baby has already tried when mixing purées together. Marielle loves sweet potatoes and apples, and I wanted to make sure she learned to like proteins as well. I call this recipe, Baby’s Thanksgiving. Why? It’s a turkey, sweet potato and apple purée parfait. Why parfait? I don’t know, aesthetically it’s more appetizing to layer the ingredients and then freeze them than mix them together 🙂 This way, she can have varying amounts of each food with each bite. I mean, as appetizing as baby foods can possibly look, right?
- 1/2 pound of organic ground turkey, cooked on the stove with 1/4 cup of water and blended in a food processor until smooth. You may need to add additional water to get to the right consistency.
- Organic Apple Purée
- Organic Sweet Potato Purée
Bring all finished purées to room temperature and layer them in 4 ounce baby food containers. Freeze for up to 1 month*
*Fruit and veggie purées may be frozen up to 3 months, but meats should be eaten within 1 month.
3 thoughts on “Béaba Babycook: Purée Parfait”
Hi! What age group for this recipe? I’m loving your Beaba recipes and would find it helpful to have age with each. Our grands are 9 weeks, so I’m starting to freeze fruits and veges with our Beaba. Love it!
Hi Chris, I’m so glad you like the recipes! I introduced my daughter to chicken at age 7 months, so any recipe with meat/proteins starts at about that age. Fruits and veggies were introduced at about 5/6 months. I will start putting ages with my recipes! Thank you for reading!
Thanks so much! I’ve enjoyed the Beaba, so I continue looking for recipes. Ours are 8 1/2 months already. I finished the pears/apple this morning so now I’m making organic chicken. I wondered what to add to it for more taste. I’ll add some fresh parsley to start and see what happens. Thanks again!. 😉