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  • Makes 36
  • 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients

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.
  • Interested to try this with pasta :)

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  • Healthy andgood way to get meat into little ones diet

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  • never thought to puree chicken too!

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  • Freezing is a great way to keep for a while

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  • A nice, simple recipe; thanks so much.

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  • Love the idea of using it as a pasta sauce thankyou

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  • Thank you for the recipe and the notes. Besides being healthier then store brought, these can be altered to suit what you need.

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  • Oh yum! So much better to make your own baby food and it’s not hard or time consuming. So much better for bub

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  • this is a great meal for bubs – heck I would eat it too LOL

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  • Oh these sound great I must give this recipe a go for my kids

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  • I never though to pair puree with pasta. I love that idea.


    • My toddler is loving this combination!

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  • Great idea thanks for sharing

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  • Can’t wait to try this for my son

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  • Good idea this, thanks.

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  • Thanks so much for sharing! Think my son would love this. Never used chicken mince for puree, looks good!

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