No other organic puree book offers as many recipes than the 201 Organic Baby Purees: The Freshest, Most Wholesome Food Your Baby Can Eat! book. It’s brimming with recipes that include the freshest, healthiest ingredients on the planet! You can easily blend well-balanced, nutritious, budget-friendly meals right in your home.
This book includes puree-based transition recipes including soups, frozen deserts, and biscuits; superfoods like avocado, blueberries, and spinach; classic combinations such as turkey, sweet potato, and corn; and basic fruit and veggie blends from apricots to zucchini. You can be assured that these recipes are free of hormones, GNOs, additives, and pesticides. They promote strong immune systems and healthy growth. If you’re not fully ready to take the step at making organic baby food, you’ll find their budget-conscious tips on how save on your organic grocery bill helpful. You’re not letting money go down the drain if you take in consideration that you’re probably spending much more on baby food jars.
Some of my favorite recipes include Blueberry Cream Pie, Just Peachy Sparkler, Fruity Yogurt Parfait, Cheesy Mashed Potatoes, Mango-Banana Mashup. I’ve always wanted to make my own baby food, but I always thought it would be more trouble than it was worth – time and money. However, books like this makes it look like a breeze.
The product(s) in this review was provided to the reviewer for keeps and the purpose of writing a review. This in no way effects the quality of the review provided. No monetary exchange occurred in exchange for the writing of the review. The views expressed in this review are strictly that of the reviewer. All reviews provided here are the work of the reviewer and remain completely unbiased.
Biography: Tamika L. Gardner, a Detroit native, began crafting homemade baby food when her daughter was born in 2006. At that time, there were not many resources for parents to feed their infants other than purchasing pureed food from the shelf. As a thrifty mom who exclusively breastfed her two children, purchasing processed food seemed not only expensive, but also not the best option. Her natural instincts kicked in and she resorted to pureeing her own food after seeking advice from her grandmother, who always mashed up fresh food for her six children.