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Blueberry Spinach Baby Food

with Peaches

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Nadia California, United States
EASY MIDDLE EASTERN DISHES. I'm a busy mom of three little ones but I still want to feed my family the foods I grew up eating most notably my grandmothers famous recipes. I make these once complicated Middle Eastern dishes easy and flavorful using ingredients that are easy to find.
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Don’t judge me, but I got a little ahead of myself and began experimenting with baby food using my new Personal Cup Adapter from Vitamix. Baby food freezes well so I figured making a few batches a couple weeks in advance is not thaaaat crazy, right? I’m clearly not kidding when I say I cannot wait for him to start eating!

I wanted to take advantage of peach season because everyone knows I count the seconds until peach season is bestowed upon us. Peaches, blueberries and spinach is a great combination for newborns and toddlers honestly and is so good I even ate the first batch and had to make another one to photograph. My daughter calls spinach sneaky spinach because I convinced her the spinach sneaks in there so we can be big and strong. You cannot taste or see the spinach and that's why it’s called sneaky spinach, and she loves it, the story and the baby not so baby food.

Recipe by Nadia Hubbi

yields 1 1/4 cup

Prep time: 5 minutes

Total time: 10 minutes

1 cup peaches or 1 peach, diced

1/2 cup blueberries, steamed

1 cup spinach, stemmed and steamed

1/4 water

Directions:

Steam blueberries and spinach for 3 minutes

Add all ingredients in Vitamix in order

Start at speed 1 slowly increasing to speed 10 - Blend for 30 seconds