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Pumpkin Applesauce

Posted on December 22, 2014 by Kelly Hoff | 54 Comments

Author: Catherine from makingmealtime 

When to introduce: 6 months (check with your pediatrician)

Stars: Pumpkins are jam-packed full of some of the best nutritional compounds around. They are high in Vitamin A and beta carotene and are also good sources of potassium, protein, and iron. Apples contain two types of fiber; insoluble fiber and soluble fiber. Both the insoluble fiber in apples and their soluble fiber pectin, help maintain bowel regularity.


1 cup organic canned pumpkin
3 cups applesauce
cinnamon (to taste)

    1. Mix 3 cups applesauce to 1 cup pumpkin puree. Add cinnamon to taste.
    2. This can be made in any quantity. Freeze any extra in Little Green Pouches or ice cube trays. When ready to use, put 3-4 frozen cubes into the reusable pouch and let thaw in the refrigerator.

Servings: Fills approximately 4-5 Pouches

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Posted in 6+ Months, applesauce, Beta-carotene, Easy, Fiber, Gluten Free, Homemade Baby Food, Iron, No cook, Potassium, Protein, pumpkin, Real Food, Vitamin A

Spiced Carrots and Raisins

Posted on October 10, 2014 by Kelly Hoff | 9 Comments


Posted in 8+ Months, Apple, Beta-carotene, Calcium, Carrots, Cinnamon, Fiber, ginger, Gluten Free, Iron, magnesium, Potassium, Raisins, Real Food, Real Food Pouch Recipes, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Zinc

Green Sunshine

Posted on July 30, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 20 Comments


Posted in 6-8 Months, 8-10 Months, Bananas, broccoli, Fiber, Oats, orange, Potassium, Pureed Contents, Real Food, Recipes, Vitamin C

Blueberry Sage Purée

Posted on July 23, 2014 by Kelly Hoff | 31 Comments


Posted in 8+ Months, Bananas, Blueberries, Fiber, Potassium, Real Food, sage, vitamin A, Vitamin C

Banana Chia Seed Pudding

Posted on June 30, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 5 Comments

Author: Little Green Pouch Test Kitchen

When to introduce: 24+ months (check with your pediatrician)

Stars: Chia seeds are high in Omega-3 fatty acids, protein, and are a good source of antioxidants. Bananas are high in potassium. 

2 cups milk 
1/2 cup chia seeds
2 ripe bananas

1. In a blender, combine milk and bananas and blend until smooth
2. Transfer banana mixture to bowl
3. Whisk in chia seeds
4. Cover and refridgerate for 4 hours, stirring once at 2 hours


Servings: Fills about 4 Pouches

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Posted in 24+ Months, Bananas, Chia Seeds, Potassium, Pudding, Real Food, Recipes

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