A quick and colourful baby puree, great to make, freeze and share


Ingredients (makes 36 baby food cubes)

  • 1/4 small butternut pumpkin, diced
  • 250g chicken mince
  • 200g corn kernals (drained and rinsed)

Method

  1. Steam pumpkin until soft (reserve water for puree once pumpkin is steamed).
  2. Cook minced chicken in a non-stick pan.
  3. Add corn and steamed pumpkin to chicken mince.
  4. Add some cooking water 1-2 tablespoons at a time and blend to achive the desired consistency.
  5. Freeze in ice cube trays

Notes... I find that this is great as a pasta sauce for older bubbies. The recipe can be modified to be a more appropriate texture for older babies. With the quantities this makes I found that it was great to swap for other purees with other mums so bubs was not eating the same thing all the time.

  • This looks great. Thanks for posting!

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  • I think even my toddler would like this! A great way to get them to eat veggies!

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  • Great looking toddler food! A good recipe!

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  • Might have to try this, for something different.

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  • great recipe thanks for sharing

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  • I might try it as a pasta sauce for my kids.

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  • Thank you so much for sharing your baby food recipe

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  • i make this and freeze it in small portions

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  • This recipe looks delightful and delicious-pumpkin, chicken and corn.

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  • Never thought of adding mince to puree before.

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  • Thank you very much for sharing! :)

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  • Something great to make lots and freeze for when baby is hungry


    • Freezing food for later is always an added bonus.

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  • simple and lovely combo great for most kids =)

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  • My daughter loves this combination thanks for sharing this great recipe I can now make it homemade

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  • it is a lovely surprise to see meat in these baby food recipes. That sounds yummy


    • thanks for posting. it is a great idea and i will pass it to my friends.

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