M.W. asks from Clearwater, FL on April 03, 2007
T. answers from Phoenix on April 04, 2007
The library has books with recipes in the parenting section. I just always made my own up. I have one of those hand held "stick" blenders that comes with an attachment chopper and a puree handle. I mixed whatever food I made with some type of liquid like juice or broth. You can make alot at a time and freeze it in ice cube trays. When you need food, pop out a cube. It defrosts quickly. Good luck!
A. answers from Phoenix on April 04, 2007
I used the "Fresh Start Cworkbook" by Joan Ahlers and Cheryl Tallman. It worked well for me. Hope everything works out for you.
M.M. answers from Phoenix on April 04, 2007
"Super Baby Foods" is the best book I have ever found. It has great recipes for babies through toddlers. Good luck.
H. answers from Phoenix on April 05, 2007
J.W. answers from Phoenix on January 11, 2008
Hi M., I had a lot of luck just going to the local library and finding tons of books. My favorite has been "123 cook for me." I love making my 6 month old son's baby food and so far he'll eat everything I make him. It gives me hope that he won't be a super picky eater.