How to Make Baby Food: Butternut Squash Puree
Butternut squash is full of fiber and packed with vitamins--perfect food for Baby.
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You can store leftover puree in the fridge for three days, or freeze for up to three months.
[MUSIC] Add 1 Tbsp. of broth, or more if necessary. [NOISE] Blend on high until smooth. Store in the fridge for up to 3 days, or freeze for up to 3 months. [MUSIC]
[MUSIC] Apple Puree Recipes from Parents food editor Jenna Helwig, Author of Real Baby Food. Ingredients- four medium apples, peeled and cored. Peel and remove all the skin from the apples. [MUSIC] Core and cut into one inch chunks. Place in a saucepan on top of a steamer basket. [MUSIC] [MUSIC]
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