Don’t be alarmed if you see ice crystals forming on your baby food cubes. As mentioned earlier, this is NOT freezer burn rather it is the excess liquid used to make the puree that rises and freezes at the top of the cubes. These crystals (or frost) are not dangerous and will not make your [...]
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Using frozen veggies to make homemade baby food is a great way to offer your little one variety all year long. As we note on our Fruit & Veggie FAQ page and on our Freeze Page, it is important that you cook the frozen veggies prior to pureeing and/or refreezing them into portions. You see, [...]
A few parents have written within the past week to ask about frost on their homemade baby food cubes. These three parents have all pureed and frozen the bounty of the Fall harvest – butternut and/or acorn squash. Is frost on these veggies the norm? First things first, frost is NOT freezer burn! Frost is [...]
Have you ever tried to freeze Melon puree for your baby? If you have then you probably already know that thawed melon puree is a watery icky mess. Grapes will freeze well if they are cut in quarters, cut in half or simply frozen whole! Sweet potatoes made and frozen for your baby are some [...]
Many parents open the freezer, take out some baby food cubes and then see crystals on their baby food cubes. This is really a bummer, thinking that your precious yummy food cubes you made for your little one have freezer burn! Relax and don’t panic! It is very rare for frozen homemade baby food cubes [...]