Baby Guide, Nutrition

Homemade baby food recipes

The right diet plays an especially important role in the development during the first years of life. With the mother’s milk, the baby gets the optimal care in the first months. But already around the fifth month, bread and other food come on baby’s diet.

Take care of the curiosity of your baby – the desire to try out as much as possible is a matter of course.  Step by step, you will get to know more and more new foods, from about the sixth month on versatility to ensure the little ones all nutrients and vitamins which they need.

The older babies become, the more active they are and also need more and more energy in the form of protein and carbohydrates. To avoid shortages and to enable a healthy development, it is also important that children eat balanced and healthy food and the food is free from harmful substances.

Every mom and dad knows: it is not always easy for babies and toddlers to make healthy food tasty.

Together with Milupa we have looked for the best recipes for small gourmets and have found:

These three winning dishes are not only prepared very quickly but are also healthy and taste the most selectable gourmets.

Delicious: the baked apple and spelled mousseline mousse from Mama Nina


  • 1 apple
  • 1TL butter
  • 1-2 slices of spelled dough
  • ½ cup of water or milk noodles


Cut an apple into pieces and place it in an ovenproof oven for about 20 minutes at 150 degrees. When the apple is soft, remove the apple pieces from the oven and spread with butter.

Soak the spelled dough in water or milk and mix with the apple pieces – done!

Healthy: Sweet potato coconut mash from Mama Marika


  • One sweet potato
  • ½ can of coconut milk
  • a splash of oil
  • One pear and carrot


Bake the sweet potato in the oven for about 50 minutes. Then peel and puree with the coconut milk. Finally, add a splash of oil. As a topping, some pear or carrot can be sweetened. With us, all products are organic, and it tastes delicious!

Recipe by Mama Jenny: Carrot Waffles


  • 50 g of liquid butter
  • 1 egg
  • 250-300 ml of milk
  • 1 Priest’s herbal salt
  • 300g carrots (alternatively zucchini, kohlrabi, part snake)
  • 100g polenta
  • 100g whole wheat flour


Butter, egg, milk, and salt. Carrot the carrots as finely as possible and stir. Add the polenta and the flour and stir for 15 minutes. Then waffle the waffles with a waffle.

Tip: If you have the opportunity, use organic products to avoid possible pollution.

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