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Being a mommy to a new baby, I have been so excited to make our little guy's baby food. I want to start him on the right path to healthy eating. So I did my research and found Sage Spoonfuls.
Sage Spoonfuls was created by a mom who wanted to make creating homemade baby food simple and healthy. They also wanted to make it easy to serve, store or take on the go. Liza thought of everything for her line, including immersion blender, food processor, storage jars, labels, stackable storage trays, coolers and cookbook.
Liza is a proud parent of a preemie, just like me. I felt she understood that the little accomplishments, like feeding a baby, is really a huge feat for a preemie. Her cookbook provides not only recipes month by month, but also the perfect combinations, how long the food can freeze or keep in the refrigerator, and even the the right spices to add in to each recipe. Liza's book is easy to follow, even if you aren't a chef. And my goodness, my family knows I'm not.
Little M's first food with the food processor was applesauce. I can't even put in to words how easy this was to make. Just clean, cut, steam and puree. Then I added my labels and stored until Little M was ready to eat. Other foods Little M has tried includes bananas (his favorite), avocado (least favorite), carrots, pears and butternut squash.
The Benefits of making your own baby food: Homemade baby food is even more nutritious then purchasing organic baby food from the store, because they add preservatives for shelf life. Making your own baby food is less expensive. Not to mention, tore brands are very bland. Once baby is used to eating bland foods, they won't be as adventurous to try new foods. Making your own food creates less waste. And it's just as convenient as purchasing from the store.
You can purchase the same Glass Homemade Essentials Package that I reviewed for 69.99 or choose another package or accessories from SageSpoonfuls.com. Stay connected with Sage Spoonfuls on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube and Instagram for healthy tips, new products and updates!
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