Making baby food at home doesn’t have to be scary or intimidating. I’ve been known to whip out my NutriBullet Baby for smoothies, purees, and chunkier toddler options on-the-go. But moms everywhere are also settling into a rhythm of utilizing the slow cooker for those gummy-mouthed meals.
And from baby’s first foods (like sweet potatoes and other single-ingredient mashes), to more complex junior entrees (like baked pasta with veggies), you can do blender meals for your baby or toss a bunch of ingredients in the slow cooker and let the magic happen.
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