Top 4 baby food combinations

Choosing what you feed your little one can be a confusing decision with so much available. Do you go for traditional recipes, organic products or do you whip up your own recipes into tasty baby food combinations?

Here is our guide to some of the tastiest options out there:

  1. HiPP Organic Apple & Pear Pudding

Where better to start than at the end, with a delicious pud that is sure to please your baby’s taste buds. This apple and pear pudding is totally organic and each pot contains one portion of fruity goodness.  A delicious mix of puréed apples, pears and rice, this pot will become a tea time favourite.

  1. Ella’s Kitchen Four Bean Feast

Ideal for babies of seven months and older, this is veggie delight that will fill your little one with lots of goodness. Ella’s Kitchen is another organic offering, and comes in a handy squeezy packet for ease of use. The Four Bean Feast is a great veggie alternative of mixed beans and veg, perfectly balanced for those growing babies.

  1. Making your own

If you decide to brave it on your own, then there is so many recipes to choose from. The internet is littered with tasty recipes to try out, including this recipe for Butter, Acorn and Winter Squash from Wholesome Baby Food. Perfect for the cold winter months, this recipe can be made in large batches and frozen in food storage boxes. A wonderful addition to baby’s first foods, this recipe is ideal for babies over 6 months old.

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  1. Cow & Gate My First Banana Muesli

For the most important meal of the day, why not go for the classic of muesli but with a fruity twist? Your baby will love the banana muesli from Cow & Gate ideal for babies 10 months and older. Including crunchy pieces and the goodness of whole grain, this breakfast is sure to set them up for an active day.



  1. October 8, 2013 / 7:24 am

    I remember the days of making Littlelish food. I used to love making her purees and little combinations đŸ™‚
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  2. October 8, 2013 / 5:22 pm

    Unfortunately neither Roo or Tigger were that keen on my cooking so certain jars became their favourites… in fact Tigger still loves the Cow & Gate Cauliflower Cheese.
    Boo Roo and Tigger Too recently posted..Debenhams Dream Bedroom CompetitionMy Profile

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