Prepare Homemade Baby Food

Some new parents will enjoy making homemade babies’ food.

But it is important to follow guidelines for safety to help prevent food poisoning. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends: Thoroughly wash your hands and all the equipment and containers that are used to prepare and store baby food. Wash all produce and carefully peel and remove all seeds and seeds. Be careful with products close to the ground that can promote germs. Steam or microwave vegetables until they are soft, then puree. Never salt, honey or syrup. Never add protein until after the child’s first birthday. Be sure to take the protein thoroughly. Thoroughly cook all meat, eggs, and poultry. Immediately store in a refrigerator or freeze baby food in a sealed container. It can be stored for one or two days in the refrigerator or for three to four months in the freezer. Add an outdated label so that you know the food is fresh.