Make a Month of Baby Food

Mix and match delish meals

Feeding baby

Alexandra Grablewski

Once your baby has tried a single food, you can mix it with a new food to expand her palate. An older baby can have purees with three or more ingredients, as long as there isn't more than one food in the pot she hasn't tried. Mix it up with these combinations!

Baby has tried: Apples
Now puree with: Bananas, peaches, pears, plums; carrots, squash, sweet potatoes; fish; oatmeal

Baby has tried: Bananas
Now puree with: Apples, avocados, blueberries, peaches, pears, plums; oatmeal; yogurt

Baby has tried: Peaches
Now puree with: Apples, apricots, banana; squash, sweet potatoes; oatmeal; yogurt

Baby has tried: Carrots
Now puree with: Apples, peaches; green beans, squash, sweet potatoes, zucchini; fish; lentils, rice

Baby has tried: Peas
Now puree with: Mint; pears; carrots, russet potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash; lentils, rice; yogurt

Baby has tried: Sweet potatoes
Now puree with: Cinnamon; apples, apricots, peaches, pears; fish; lentils, rice; yogurt

Baby has tried: Beef or lamb
Now puree with: Apples, peaches, pears; carrots, green beans, peas, sweet potatoes, zucchini; lentils, rice

Baby has tried: Chicken, turkey, or pork
Now puree with: Apples, avocados, peaches, pears, plums; carrots, sweet potatoes, squash; lentils, rice

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