Avocado is already creamy, which makes it very easy to prepare this superfood for your baby. You want to make sure you wash it thoroughly before slicing. Then mash or puree. I like to add my baby's formula milk in too.
Pumpkins are in the squash family and are rich in vitamin A and beta carotene. Once you wash and peel the veggie, cut into cubes and boil until fork tender. Then blend and allow to cool before serving.
Spinach is packed with calcium and nutrients for your growing baby. Try blending with some milk or filtered water to give it a smooth consistency.
Blueberries should never be given to a baby whole. Blend with a splash of filtered water and that's it! They'll enjoy all of that vitamin K, vitamin C, and manganese.
Mangoes are an excellent Latin ingredient to transform into baby food. Once ripe, you can peel, cut and blend the fruit up to a rich puree.
We all know "an apple a day keeps the doctor away!" Once you peel, halve, core and chop the apples, boil in a pot for about 10 minutes in low heat. Once tender, add in a food processor.
Peas are one of those greens kids are super picky about, but you can introduce them early and increase your chances of them loving it in the future! You can boil them whole and blend.
Bananas are my son's favorite so far! They're rich in vitamin C, potassium and dietary fiber. The creaminess of a ripe banana makes for an easy mash without having to pull out your food processor.