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To make easy-to-serve baby food, puree the food in a blender or food processor. Put it in ice cube trays and freeze. Then, put the cubes in Ziploc bags after frozen, label what it is and the date it was made.

To use, get it out early and let it thaw, or use a toaster oven, stove top pan or microwave to heat. But use caution, the microwave can create hot spots.

With these "baby food cubes," you can easily know how much your baby is eating because of the uniform size. There’s no storage jars to waste and because they are frozen, they last longer than making a batch for the fridge. You can make a better variety also.

Source: Tip Hero

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