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Spicy baby food? if you’re new to our blog or website, then you might be surprised at the idea of spicing up baby’s meals, particularly if...

With only a few days remaining of 2009, we thought it would be a good time to take a look over all our blog posts this year and put together a list of our favorites. If you’re a recent subscriber to the Homemade Baby Food Recipes blog, then there may be some here that you missed – and that we hope you enjoy! Homemade Baby Food Ideas – No Cooking Required If...

If you’re in the US, you may be thinking that this is a trick question – after all, a sweet potato IS a yam, right? Wrong! Although sweet potatoes are often referred to as yams in parts of America, sweet potatoes and true yams are actually completely different things! Yams grow from tropical vines and are usually bigger than sweet potatoes. Their skins tend...

We’d like to wish all of you who celebrate it a VERY¬†happy Diwali this weekend! What’s more, we even have a baby food recipe to help your little one celebrate the Festival of Lights along with you – courtesy of our visitor Asha, from India. Asha told us how Diwali is often celebrated with the consumption of lots of sweet treats and she gave us this...

Today’s chicken baby food recipe uses dried plums – otherwise known as prunes – to add sweetness and a welcome boost of extra nutrients to baby’s dinner. It’s a fairly sophisticated recipe which includes mild spices, onions and garlic, which you might prefer to serve to your baby once he’s already been introduced to more basic meals...