Making Baby Food- First Attempt with Beaba Baby Cook

Today was Fletcher’s first taste of solid food and my first attempt at making baby food.  We bought a Beaba baby Cook after reading all of the amazing reviews.  I knew I was going to make my own food and this seemed to be the easiest way for me to do so.  The price is steep (164.00 after tax) but it is worth it.  I don’t know if it recoups the cost through saving money on not buying glass jars of food but I don’t care.  Knowing what is going in my baby’s tummy is worth the cost and the trouble of making food.  So far I love the Beaba.  It was really simple and I can tell it will help me continue with making baby food.  

Beginning to make pureed yams.
Beginning to make pureed yams.

 

After dicing the yam I put it in to steam.  This takes 15 minutes.
After dicing the yam I put it in to steam. This takes 15 minutes.

 

I added 2 cubes of frozen breast milk.  This amounts to slightly less than 1 oz.
I added 2 cubes of frozen breast milk. This amounts to slightly less than 1 oz.

 

The final result after pureeing.
The final result after pureeing.

 

Each cube holds 1 oz (I think) so one yam yielded 10 ounces.
Each cube holds 1 oz (I think) so one yam yielded 10 ounces.

 

His first taste of solid food.  He isn't so sure about this whole "food" thing.
His first taste of solid food. He isn't so sure about this whole "food" thing.
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