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Self Stirring Self Cooking Baby Food Thermomix Recipes

Posted by Divine Chef on

To use the Thermomix to cook baby food while you free up your hands to do something else such as feeding baby, bathing baby, showering yourself, cooking for others etc.  

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Baby's Porridge / Congee

Ingredients

  • 120g Rice
  • 1 tsp fish stock or 2 pieces of scallop
  • 50g meat (cubed) I like to use fish, chicken breast
  • Few leafy greens (I usually use bak choy or any bland tasting veg to introduce greens slowly)  
  • 50g onion (cubed)
  • 70g potatoes or sweet potatoes or cauliflower* (cubed) 
  • 50g carrots or pumpkin (cubed)
  • 800g water or half-and-half with milk/breast milk
* Note cauliflower may cause some gas.

    Directions <Thermomix directions>

    1. Put all the ingredients into TM bowl to cook <MC, 20m, 100 degree, speed 2>
    2. Blend to get a smooth texture  <MC, 1min, speed 0-10>
    3. Serve when the temperature drops to 37 degree (at this point, I will add some breast milk or baby's milk to make the congee less thick)

     

    Nutritious Baby Carrot Pumpkin Soup

    Ingredients

    • 20g carrot chopped
    • 80g pumpkin chopped
    • 200g water

    Directions <Thermomix Directions>

      1. Cook all the ingredients <MC, 10min, 100 degree, speed 1>
      2. Puree <MC, 20sec, speed 8>
      3. Serve when the temperature has fallen to 37 degree as indicated on the Thermomix

     

    Banana Smoothie

    Ingredients

    • 300g baby's milk (could also be breast milk)
    • 180g riped banana (cut)
    • 20g Blueberries
    • 100g ice cubes (optional)

    Directions <Thermomix Directions>

    1. Blend all ingredients <MC, 30sec, speed 0-10>
    2. Serve immediately

     

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