Why Make Homemade Organic Baby Food?

Giving the best for your little ones is something that you should do. Let them eat nutritious food from an earlier age to build their protection and for their well-being.You don’t need to be a master in the kitchen to make your own baby food. Although simple, commercial baby foods that lose vitamins and nutrients during processing, that is because of the “yumminess” that makes your baby happy to try new foods and combinations.

Organic Baby Food Recipes That You Can Try

Here are 3 homemade organic baby foods that can give a lot of nutrients to your baby. Make sure to try them all at home!

1. Baby Rice Cereal


Methods to prepare:

    1. Place the brown or white rice in the blender and drop the mixture in a fine powder.
    2. Add the milled rice and 4 cups of water to the pot and cover until it boils. Turn the heat to low and cook with the cover for 20 minutes. Test the consistency of the rice cereal and apply water if you want to be thinner.
    3. When the cereal achieves the consistency that is most suitable for your infants’ age, pour it into storage cups and freeze or refrigerate.

2. Spinach With White Yams


  • 1/2 pound organic spinach, stemmed
  • A half-pound yam, peeled and cut into a 1/2 to 3/4-inch dice
  • 1 1/2 cups water or sodium-free vegetable stock

Methods to prepare:

    1. Bring the yams to a boil in a large pot, about 1 1/2 cups of water or stock. Reduce heat to a boiler and cook the yams for about 10 minutes.
    2. Attach the spinach and cook until the yams and spinach are very tender.
    3. Allow the mixture to cool and purée in a food processor or blender.

3. Creamy Provencal Chicken


Methods to prepare:

    1. Mix equal sections of dried savory, rosemary, thyme, oregano, garlic, marjoram and fennel. You can also add one of your favorite plants, or if you want to remove one.
    2. Cut the chicken breast into 1/2 inch thick parts lengthwise using a large knife. Slicing the chicken thinly allows the pieces to cook quicker and more consistently.
    3. In a small frypan, heat oil over low heat for around 2 minutes. Attach the chicken and the spices and cook for around 4-5 minutes per side or until the chicken is lightly browned and the juice is clear.
    4. Allow the chicken to chill for a few minutes. Add the cheese to the food processor and pulse for 1-2 minutes.
    5. Attach 1/4 cup of the broth and the purée until light and fluffy. Keep applying the broth, one tablespoon at a time, until you have the perfect consistency. Serve individually or with thin pasta, quinoa or beans.