While it may be a bit over stated, the more processed a food is, the less healthy and more expensive. For years families have been saving money and making more healthy foods by walking past the processed temptations on the supermarket shelves and filling their carts from the staples isle. The time spent cooking and baking not only yield great tasting foods they are generally lower in sugar and salt and lack many of the preservatives.
While parents see the benefit of homespun chow for themselves often there is a fear with making baby food at home. “Surely the professionals know better” some parents may surmise. However, just like adult food, a bit of research and a plan will help you keep your tiny bundle of joy healthy and happy too! By making baby’s food you are in control. You can insure certain foods are avoided or use only wholesome or organic foods. You are in control.
Here are several websites filled with recipes and information to get you started:
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