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Magic Bullet Express Baby Food Recipe

Aiden is 4 months old now and just about ready to start eating baby food! I made all of Danika’s baby food from scratch and loved doing it. I really liked that I knew exactly what was going into her food and where it came from. I used a lot of her Grandpa’s veggies from his garden so they were super fresh and pesticide free. It is also a great money saver compared to buying the baby food in jars. Your baby doesn’t need all of those additives that are in the jars!

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and the Magic Bullet wants to honor all the devoted mothers out there! If you think you have the best baby food recipe, share your recipe with the blogosphere – you might just win a Magic Bullet Express!

Just leave a comment sharing your baby food recipe and who knows maybe your recipe will influence a future Magic Bullet Recipes book!

You can visit Magic Bullet’s Official Facebook page and get some great ideas and recipes too!

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  1. Most baby foods don't have a variety of fruits in 1 product. I like to add bananas, apples, peaches, etc.. and make a fruit cocktail for my little one

  2. I make a curry lentil soup that is delicious so I modified it for my daughter when she was on puree's. You sweat vegetables, onion, celery, and carrot in some olive oil for about 5 minutes. Then add a teaspoon mix herbs and curry powder to your liking (we do 1 Tablespoon) Then add one can chopped stewed tomatoes and 1 1/2 quarts chicken or vegetable stock and 1/2 cup dried red lentils. Cover and simmer for 40 minutes. Then transfer to bullet and puree. For my daughter I would slowly add the broth until I got the consistency she liked. For the rest of the family puree the full recipe and enjoy soup!! My daughter still loves this at 2 years!!

  3. I like to keep the recipes simple to be sure there's no allergies for my kiddos. My son enjoyed when I would puree peaches and raspberries together! In a couple months I'll need to start making baby food again, would love to have the Magic Bullet Express to aid in this process, especially since now I have a toddler I'll be chasing around!
    hlitrenta at gmail dot com

  4. With our daughter I used to blend apples together with plain yogurt and a tiny bit of cinnamon and then would mix it in with her oatmeal cereal really well. She loved it! I plan to make this for our son once he's a little bit older and eating food combinations.

    Thanks for the chance!

  5. [email protected]

    Our family has a real thing for Sweet Potatoes, so this is what I did for my four babies during the years:

    Scrub about 3 or 4 sweet potatoes and bake at 450 degrees F. for 40 to 50 minutes, testing with a fork for desired softness. Allow to cool. Peel, then out in food processor, adding vegetable cooking juices, milk, or a bit of apple juice.

    I also suggest you can use a potato masher to have it more textured, or a Magic Bullet! lol.

  6. I like to puree steamed pears and apples. Make sure to remove the skin and seeds before placing in the food processor.

    mammabear06 at gmail dot com

  7. It's been proven that babies have a more developed palate than adults do, and they actually do love spices, seasonings and flavor. Keeping that in mind, here's a recipe that is delicious for your baby as well as for the whole family. Not only that but it's very simple to make!

    Rediculous Rice Pudding

    1 cup cooked rice (i use brown)
    1 cup warm milk
    2 drops pure vanilla extract
    1 tbsp sugar (a little less is fine, too)
    1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
    super tiny pinch of nutmeg

    Combine all ingredients and cook very gently for 10 minutes or until rice is heated through and has thickened up a bit.

    Cool before serving. Can be served warm or cold.


  8. Here's a recipe that is delicious for babies and the rest of the family!

    2 md sweet potatoes
    1/4 cup olive oil, divided
    4 cups hot vegetable stock
    1/2 cup finely chopped onion
    1 tbsp. minced garlic

    1½ cups arborio rice (12-ounce package)
    ¾ cup white grape juice
    1 tablespoon fresh rosemary
    1½ teaspoons thyme leaves
    3 tablespoons butter
    2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
    1 teaspoon salt
    ¾ teaspoons black pepper

    Preheat oven to 350*F. Peel sweet potatoes and cut in half. Cut half the sweet potatoes into ¼-inch diced and set aside. Cut the remaining sweet potatoes into 1-inch chunks. Toss with 1 tablespoon olive oil and roast until soft about 30 minutes. Puree with ¼ cup chicken stock. Reserve.

    In a large saucepan heat remaining 3 tablespoons oil, and sauté onion and small diced sweet potatoes over medium high heat. Cook about 3 minutes until softened. Add garlic and arborio rice and cook 2-3 minutes stirring frequently. Stir in white grape juice. Cook, stirring until completely absorbed.

    In the same manner add hot stock, ½ cup at a time, stirring until each addition is completely absorbed and stock is used up. Add sweet potato puree, rosemary, thyme, butter and Parmesan. Simmer on low for 10 minutes or until your risotto is soft and all liquid has been absorbed. Season to taste with pepper if desired.

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  9. Baby/Toddler Smoothie.
    (our daughter calls it "special yogurt")

    Whole Milk Yogurt (we use plain)

    Strawberries,blueberries,raspberries,pears,bananas, sweet potatoes, avocado, broccoli, pumpkin(whatever your little one likes)

    uncooked oatmeal or baby cereal

    honey (if over 1)

    throw all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth. If your little one likes a thicker texture add more oatmeal or fruit. if they like/need a thicker texture add more yogurt or a splash of milk. Enjoy!

    ljotritabaugh at gmail dot com

  10. Here is a recipe for a little older baby. It is super healthy and good for all ages though. It's called The Best Hummus:

    2 cloves garlic
    1 (15 ounce) can garbanzo beans, drain and reserve liquid
    2 tablespoons lemon juice
    1 1/2 tablespoons tahini
    3/4 teaspoon ground cumin
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/4 teaspoon paprika
    2 tablespoons light sour cream


    1. Mince garlic in the bowl of a food processor.
    2. Add 2 tblsp. of reserved liquid and remaining ingredients.
    3. Process until smooth, adding additional reserved liquid as needed to reach desired consistency.

    Serve with veggies, crackers, bread, etc.

    jewelsntreasures (at) yahoo (dot) com

  11. I generally would puree things up separately and combine them later. Strangely, my daughter really liked peas and carrots together, even though it looked gross all mixed up.
    katidyd at hotmail dot com

  12. My son loves acorn squash and butternut squash mixed. I steam them in the microwave for 10-12 minutes and then puree with a little water. Sometimes I mix in apples as well.
    mmclean13 at gmail dot com

  13. When my girls were young, I just had this little hand crank contraption to make their food. It was not fun! I would love to have one of these.

    For me, like most of the mom's out there, I stuck to simple foods and few combinations.

    I would grind for her almost anything we were eating, so for example, if we were having turkey, I would grind the turkey mix a little formula into it to moisten it up.

    Or I would blend up some fruit or veggies and mix it in with her rice cereal. I was lucky that for the longest time, my girls loved their veggies! I would just get frozen (or fresh) veggies and grind them up. So simple!

    Sorry my recipes are not so original or unique! My girls ate mostly what we were eating, just blended or crushed in my baby food contraption.

    Thank you for the chance to win!

    girlygirlugh at gmail dot com

  14. Our daughter loves yogurt, so we would use yogurt as the base and then add fruit and vegetables to the yogurt to make a "complete" meal for her. We would usually use combos like strawberries and green beans, peaches and squash, pears and peas. We just pureed them all together in the blender. When she was a bit older, we started adding rice to it, as well. Makes for a great all-in-one meal

  15. I love making my daughter’s baby food, and I would love to make it with a Magic Bullet!!! Here’s a really simple recipe that packs in the vitamins and tastes good!

    Sweet Potato Pumpkin Puree

    1 sweet potato (the dark orange are best, but any will do)
    1 small pumpkin (pie pumpkin would be best!)
    apple juice (if desired)
    cinnamon (if desired)

    1. wash and PEEL the sweet potato (extra protection from
    pesticides and such!)
    2. Cut into pieces
    3. wash and cut the pumpkin into large chunks
    4. Use a steamer or a large pan to steam the sweet potato and
    5. Put the steamed veggies into a blender
    6. Add some of the water you steamed them in so that you retain
    as many vitamins as possible (can add apple juice in
    addition to the water, if desired)
    7. Blend until very smooth
    8. Cool and serve!

    You can sprinkle a bit of cinnamon in this if you want, but I prefer not to introduce that to my baby yet. My daughter loves this recipe as is!!!

    I entered this at another site too…if that's not ok, please just delete this!

  16. I like to mix together different fruit… apples, oranges, bananas, pears.

  17. My son LOVED Chicken and Sweet Potatoes Dinner:
    1/2 cup cooked & chopped boneless chicken,
    1/4 cup cooked brown rice. Sometimes I would use cereal instead and that worked well too.
    1/2 cup cooked sweet potato…sometimes I would use fruit instead, such as a peach or apple
    1 tbsp formula/breastmilk or water or milk…depending on babies age.
    Mix all together until well blended.

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  18. My son absolutely loves peachy pear barley. I can make it as a puree and earth's best also makes a pretty good one, too! 🙂
    1/4 cup ground barley
    1 ripe Pear (peeled, cored, diced, pureed)
    1 Peach (peel, pit, cut, steam if needed and then puree)
    You can puree them separately or all together. Sometimes I add an extra peach since my son loves that peachy flavor. A banana is also a yummy addition to the recipe. Also add some water if it's too thick! Can't go wrong with this one!
    I have been asking my husband for one of these Magic Bullet processors! How did you know! 🙂
    [email protected]

  19. We loved to mix mango with a lot of the fruits that browned.

    She absolutely loved mango with pear and mango with apple.

    And a surprising mix was mango with avocado. It kept it looking good, and she loved the taste.

    (I originally used a Bullet to make baby food, and loved it..until the motor burned out.)

    reallyareyouserious at gmail dot com

  20. 1 fresh kiwifruit
    1/4 cup cottage cheese
    1/4 cup infant oatmeal or multi-grain cereal

    puree together.

    you can add wheat germ for extra nutrition, use yogurt instead of cottage cheese, make it with bananas, peach etc. lots of variations with it.

    pungohgurl at gmail dot com


    1 cup figs
    1/2 cup plain, yogurt
    1/2 cup applesauce
    1 small banana
    Dash of cinnamon,
    Mix together
    Stir thoroughly or blend if needed

    waitressdani (at) hotmail (dot) com

  22. Mushy Mango Mix

    1 dried apricot
    2 tablespoons pure orange juice
    1 small ripe mango
    1 small ripe banana

    Soak apricot in the orange juice, and leave in the refrigerator overnight.

    Slice the mango. Remove the pit, then remove the flesh. Peel the banana and dice. Puree the apricot, mango and banana and, if required, thin with formula or breastmilk.

    cat at 3kidsandus dot com

  23. I would microwave a ripe apple and some zucchini and puree them, and a tiny bit of cinnamon – applesauce with green veggie too!

    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

  24. A very simple one that is great in a pinch or on vacation (where you may not have equipment to cook) is to mash a very ripe avocado with a very ripe banana and serve. It sounds weird but babies love it and the healthy fats are good for them!

  25. My son had a few favorites. One was a variation of a butternut squash soup. I used to chop butternut squash and bake it in the oven to cook it for about an hour.
    Then I would take what I needed and freeze the rest for later.
    I would Blend 4 Tablespoons of butternut squash with 2 slices of an apple with a pinch of salt and two pinches of cinnamon. He used to love it!

    Another dish he really liked was a blend of cooked Quinoa flakes with either vegetables or fruits. Very healthy and yummy.

    bvbabybv at gmail dot com

  26. Wow! Love all the great recipes! My second is 10 months and I can't keep up with his eating, so new recipes are great.
    His current favorite blended food is steamed spinach and applesauce. He won't eat many other green things (unless disguised by a large quantity of sweet potatoes) but this he can eat by the cup-full!
    Can't wait to try some of these other great ideas 🙂
    (And winning a magic bullet would be nice too)

  27. Tropical Fruit Salad Baby Food

    1 Banana, cut up
    1/2 C Diced Pears
    1/2 Diced Peaches
    1/4 C Diced Mango
    2/3 C Unsweetened Applesauce
    1 Tsp Carrot Juice (or V8)

    Puree together, it makes a very healthy and yummy baby food product that has a tropical fruit flavor.

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

  28. We pureed in our blender for many years. Our oldest daughter loved sweet potatoes with bananas. Our youngest daughter loved carrots, peas & peaches together. Thank you for sharing this awesome giveaway!


  29. my son loves fruit and smoothies so i like to make them homemade, i buy all fresh fruits and cut and freeze them myself and i only use 100% juice or milk

    make sure all of these are cut into manageable size pieces before freezing

    one of our favorite mixtures is:
    1/2 frozen banana
    handful of frozen strawberries
    handful of frozen pineapple
    handful of frozen peaches
    and a few blueberries

    then if you want a creamy treat blend with soymilk or regular milk (i like soy)

    and if you want something more fruity blend with 100% apple or orange juice

  30. our little man loves blueberries, so just about anything with them is a hit,but his favorite is a simple, blueberries, apples(chopped)and raspberries mix it all up in a blender and we like to scoop it on his yogurt

  31. I take all our left-over veggie (I only buy frozen because that's not a large selection of fresh veggies in my area)…I put them all in a blender and the babies love them. I just purchased a juicer so now we will have something to drink as well.

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  32. pumpkin
    greek yogurt
    brown sugar

    tastes like pumpkin pie

    vanilla almond milk

    a strawberry and banana smoothie, you can't even taste the spinach

  33. Papaya Soup

    1 papaya peeled, seeded, & cubed
    ½ cup cubed pineapple
    1 1/2 cups of vanilla yogurt
    1/2 cup of milk
    1 tablespoon honey
    2 teaspoons lime juice
    Sprinkle of nutmeg and cinnamon

    Directions:Puree all ingredients in a blender. Chill and serve.

    This is perfect for the Majic Bullet!!


  34. 1 Carrots, a handful of Peas, a handful of lima beans and 3 medium strawberries. I steam the veggies first, then puree it all together. I freeze any extra. My son loves this for some reason!

    reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

  35. 1 cooked boneless chicken breast
    1/2 C brown rice
    1 very ripe peach
    1 Tbs milk

    blend together for a delicious peachy chicken and rice dinner!

    addeviant006 at gmail dot com

  36. Fall Medley

    1 cup butternut squash, peeled and diced
    1 cup Yukon gold potatoes, peeled and diced
    1 cup Fuji apple, peeled, cored and diced
    1-1/2 cup water

    1. Cook squash, potatoes and apple in a lightly oiled saucepan over medium high heat for 8-10 minutes stirring occasionally.
    2. Add 1 1/2 cup water and bring to a boil.
    3. Reduce heat to simmer and cook until soft. (Approximately 30 minutes)
    4. Mash/process to slightly chunky puree.

    jessicawalker801 at gmail dot com

  37. When my kids were young, I would steam sweet potatoes and puree them in the blender with either apple or pineapple juice. They ate this long after they were babies!

  38. As a dad I like to be pretty simple and take several fruits like strawberries, apple slices, and rasberries, and blend them all together for my son. He really loves it.

  39. My son loves this..
    1 banana
    1 cup frozen fruit (Costco mix, it has frozen strawberries, blueberries, peaches, melon, cherries)
    1 cup of apple juice
    blend together.

  40. I loved my Magic Bullet for my first child, but unfortunately I broke it, and I definitely need one for my 2nd child who is now 4 months old and will be starting solids in a couple of months. Every other weekend I would make four different meals in the bullet, freeze them in ice cube trays, then pop them out into freezer bags. It was just perfect 🙂 Here is a fun recipe for a baby of about 9 months.

    1 cup cooked whole wheat noodles
    1 baked apple
    1 tsp of cinnamon
    3 3 tbs pf mozarella cheese

    Put it in the Bullet and puree it to your babies desired consistency – yum! You have whole grains, fruit, dairy/protein and it tastes so yummy!


  41. I always loved making home made cereal for my son instead of buying the boxed stuff in the store

    Rice Cereal with whole rice for babies 4 to 6 months +


    1/2 c. rice (brown rice, basmati or jasmine)
    1 cup water


    1. Bring liquid to boil in saucepan. Add the rice and stir.
    2. Simmer for 20 minutes or according to package directions; stir 1/2 way through cooking time.

    3. When rice is finished and a bit cool, add it in 1/2 cup measurements with liquid of your choice (breastmilk, formula, water etc.) and puree as needed. Keep a watch as you puree so that the rice does not turn into paste!
    4. Serve warm mixed with fruits, veggies and liquid of your choice.

    May be frozen but upon thawing, may turn a bit rubbery.

    annamie2 at hotmail dot com

  42. Simple cut a butternut squash in half, bake it in the oven on a cookie tray until it is tender, once the squash has cooled, scrape all the meat away from the skin in to the blender and puree and either serve it then and there or put the puree in to an ice cube tray and freeze for later use!

  43. A favorite among my children has always been Sweet Potato Yum Yum
    It contains:
    3 lg. Sweet Potatoes (baked till soft)
    1/2 Teaspoon of Cinnamon
    1/8 c. Organic Brown Sugar
    2 TBS. Real Butter
    1/2 c. Diced Pineapple
    Place all ingredients into blender and blend on medium speed for 2-3 minutes
    Use Pineapple juice to get to perfect consistency.

    Thank you so much for the chance to win..


  44. Wow, bookmarking this page – there's a ton of great recipes here!

    My daughter is an older baby, but refusing to eat solids that aren't pureed first (either her teeth are bothering her or we rushed her into solids?)

    We found out that she LOVES the smoothies that my son and I make. Nothing too special, just a banana, strawberries (overripe ones are great for this) yogurt an milk. I have some ripe kiwi that I may have to throw in to our next one.

    Thanks for the great giveaway! We could definitely use one of these.

    sdakin105 at gmail dot com

  45. 1 medium baking potato
    3oz silken tofu
    1 tbsp breast milk or formula
    pinch freshly ground black pepper

    Pre-heat the oven to 350 deg F.
    Poke holes in the potato with a sharp knife.
    Bake for about 1 hour, until tender.
    Using a mixer, blend the tofu until creamy. Set aside.
    Halve the potato and scoop out the inside.
    Add to the tofu, then stir in the milk and black pepper.
    Beat well.
    For younger babies, you can add more milk to obtain the desired consistency.

  46. Well my kids are grown so they would probably use the Magic Bullet for making Milkshakes – Milk, Choc syrup and Peanut Butter!
    For Babies/little ones I would of used it to make Benadryl Slushies that my Dr recommended when I just couldnt take it and needed a break! This consisted of OJ, ice and the proper dose of Benadryl, a pillow and a blanket!
    joan_penfold at yahoo dot com

  47. I usually combine veggies – like potatoes, green beans and carrots. I steam them first (cut up the potatoes first) – then blend.

    For my older kids I create smoothies of fruit such as bananas, strawberries, with lemonade.

    clenna at aol dot com

  48. My sons favorite has always been Baby Apple-Banana Oatmeal cookies!

    2 1/2 cups Infant Oatmeal Cereal
    1 cup unbleached flour
    1/2 tsp baking soda
    1/4 tsp salt
    1/2 cup Apple Juice
    1/2 cup of apple sauce
    3 large bananas

    Cook at 400 until golden brown!

    Make sure you freeze whatever cookies are left over!

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  49. 2 ripe peaches

    Preheat oven to 350 deg F, 180 deg C.
    Remove skin from the peaches, then puree the flesh.
    Simply beat with enough prepared cereal to achieve a consistency perfect for your baby.
    Then transfer to an oven-proof dish and bake until set (around 15 mins).
    Cool and serve.

  50. Bullet Salsa:

    Combine tomatoes, red peppers, green peppers, yellow peppers, banana peppers, onions, cilantro, and salsa spices (I use Tastefully Simple Fiesta Party Dip Spice). Blend all together and begin dipping!!!! Have something to drink handy because the spice has a little kick to it!


    jillanderson76 at hotmail dot com

  51. I used this recipes with all my kids as babies and they loved it:

    1 ripe banana
    1 ripe pear
    1 ripe apples
    1 Tbl. oatmeal
    dash on cinnamon
    1 tbl. milk

  52. Fruit & Rice Delight
    1 cup water
    1/2 cup short-grain white rice
    2 medium peaches (washed, pitted, halved, and peeled)
    1 medium pear(washed, cored and cut into pieces)


    Add water in saucepan. Boil. Add rice. Reduce heat and stir briefly cover. Cook until rice is soft and water is absorbed. Steam peaches & the pear in steamer basket in boiling water. Cover tightly. Cook 3 to 5 mintues. Strain. Puree both rice and peaches and pear in blender to a smooth fine puree.

  53. Pork/Apple Puree

    4 oz of lean pork
    4 oz of potato
    1/8 cup onions
    1/4 cup apple (peeled)
    1 cup water

    Cut everything up small and remove fat from pork. Simmer all ingredients in the water for about 20 minutes, adding more water if necessary. Then blend in a food processor.

    ajolly1456 at gmail dot com

  54. THe one that I like is:

    -youghurt (or cottagge cheese)
    -fruits (straberry, banana, berries, peaches) OR
    -veggies (avocado, carrots, sweet potato, peas)
    -oatmeal or rice cereal

    the amount of oatmeal or rice ceral will make it thicker .
    you can use any fruit or veggie as your little one might prefer one or the other.

  55. I've tried making all different fruit purees and this one is always a favorite!

    1 naval orange (supremed)
    1/2 cup pineapple chunks

    Add fruit and puree. The pineapple can be steamed ahead of time for younger babies.

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  56. Quick, easy, sweet, and healthy–Sweet Potato Apple Mash!

    Steam or bake apples and sweet potatoes together until tender. Puree as needed, adding water to thin if required. See? Simple!


  57. I used to make this for my grandsons when they were babies. I found it on the web, but don't remember where.

    Peach medley

    1 peach, pureed
    4 fl oz (1/2 cup) natural yogurt
    1 drop pure vanilla essence
    pinch powdered nutmeg
    drop of maple syrup (optional)

    Combine all ingredients. Babies love it!

    eswright18 at gmail.com

  58. This was for the allergy sufferers- cooked brown rice, vanilla soy milk, chunk or two of banana and dash of cinnamon. (Sometimes with the addition of all natural applesauce, or using applesauce in place of banana). Zhussh it all up in the bullet or a blender if you don't have one. All the kids I've fed it to over the years love it though, and don't realize it is one of those *he's allergic to everything* meals.

  59. Mock Ice Cream

    frozen bananas pureed with orange juice (maybe a little vanilla) makes for a great ice cream treat in the summer!

  60. This may sound kinda different but I would puree Banana's, Boneless/Skinless Chicken breast, White Rice and Apple juice together for my sons and they loved it.

  61. Beets – Basic Purée

    1 bunch of fresh beets, golden beets have a milder flavor

    1. Wash then peel the beets (be sure to cut off the tops, you can actualy steam or saute like spinage.) and then cut the beets into small chunks
    2. Place chunks into a steamer pan with just enough water visible through the steamer basket. You may also boil them in a scant amount of water if you prefer.
    3. Steam until tender
    4. Do not reserve any left over water to use for thinning out the beets as Nitrates may seep into the cooking water
    5. Place into Magic Bullet begin pureeing.
    6. Add water as necessary to achieve a smooth, thin consistency.

    You can also add some apple or pear to sweeten the beets

  62. Take 1/2 banana, 1/2 apple and puree until smooth. Add to baby oatmeal or feed your baby the mixture alone as his/her fruit.

    Thank you for the giveaway!
    mrsmiki77 {AT} gmail (DOT) com

  63. This is a recipe we make for the whole family. We take a serving out of this and puree it for the baby.

    •1/2 cup steal-cut oats (e.g., McCann's)
    •1/2 cup quinoa (rinsed)
    •1 apple
    (unpealed), cored and cut up
    or use a Bosc pear
    •Generous amount of cinnamon
    •Dash of low-sodium salt
    •Optional: hand full of raisins
    •Optional: handful of dried blueberries
    •2 cups water

    Mix together in a 4-quart bowl and cook in the microwave on high for about 12 minutes, depending on the microwave and the desired consistency.

    Take out a serving to be pureed. Add milk for desired consistancy.

    susan56bft at gmail dot com

  64. 1/2+ large banana
    insides of 5-6 dates (no skin)
    1/4 natural yogurt

    -Puree banana and mix in dates. Combine with yogurt. Blend well.

    Seriously takes all of 2 minutes to make and is a baby favorite!

    *If your baby likes flavor add a dash of cinnamon.


  65. We used to puree whatever we were having to give to the baby after the rice cereal stage. I really don't know if you'd call it a recipe though.
    Mix chicken pieces, with some peas and water puree till smooth.
    One of the Magic Bullets would of made making it a lot easier.

  66. Ingredeints :

    1. Yogurt – 1 Cup(whole milk plain yogurt)
    2. Banana – 1 Small
    3. Strawberry – 2
    4. Apple – 1 small piece
    5. Pear – 1 small piece
    6. Dates – 2
    7. Honey – 1 tsp

    Procedure :

    1. Blend all the ingredients.
    2. Serve chilled or immediately.

    Hi, thanks for hosting this wonderful giveaway. My mail id:
    [email protected]

  67. Eggplant & Pumpkin Mash

    -1 small eggplant
    -2 cups pumpkin, peeled and chopped
    -Chicken broth

    Bake the eggplant in a 350 degree oven until softened, about 30 minutes. Allow to cool, then remove the peel and seeds.

    Boil pumpkin until soft. Combine the pumpkin with the cooked eggplant and chicken broth until you get the consistency of baby food.


  68. Lima Beans and Ham

    Cook lima beans until soft. Add chopped ham and blend well in the Magic Bullet. You may need to add a little broth, too.


  69. I mix 1/2 applesauce and 1/2 pumpkin puree up and then whisk it or use an immersion blender. Sprinkle with cinnamon if you like. Yummy for baby!

  70. I used to give my son a little melon treat…melon pureed (or blended) with yogurt and a little juice (depending on what he liked at the time, pear juice or white grape, usually). Yummy!

  71. Sweet Potato Custard

    1 cup mashed cooked sweet potato
    1/2 cup mashed banana
    1 cup evaporated skim milk
    2 Tbs packed brown sugar

    2 beaten egg yolks
    1/2 tsp salt
    Nonstick cooking spray, as needed
    1 Tbsp sugar
    1 tsp ground cinnamon

    Get out a bowl and add the sweet potato and banana to it. Make sure both are well mashed. Add the milk and stir until combined. Add the brown sugar, egg yolks and the salt and mix well.

    Add the mixture to a 1 quart casserole dish that has been sprayed with the cooking spray.

    Combine the sugar and cinnamon in a small cup or bowl and sprinkle it over top of sweet potato mixture.

    Bake at 325 for 45 minutes. Your custard is done when a knife or toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.

  72. My son always loved this.

    3 apples
    crushed graham crackers.

    I boiled apples until tender then added to a blender with crushed graham crackers. Blend until pureed and crackers soften within a few minutes for easy swallowing.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

  73. This is so good, I eat it!

    1 serving vanilla yogurt
    1 mango, peeled, pitted
    dash wheat germ

    Puree the mango, then stir into the yogurt. Sprinkle with what germ. Enjoy!

  74. Chicken & Veggie Dinner

    Chicken Purée (Basic)


    1 cup cold and cooked boneless chicken – chopped into no bigger than 1 inch pieces
    1/4 c cooking juice (save the juices that you cooked the meat in) or plain water


    Put chicken in bullet and puree until a powdery mix is formed. Slowly add water or cooking juices and puree further until a smooth consistency is created.

    Then add pureed green beans, squash or any favorite veggie to make a Chicken Veggie Dinner! You can add fruits to this too.

    janderson @ ci.mountain-iron.mn.us

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