Your classic homemade apple baby food puree except it has a fun twist - it's made with coconut milk! Makes for a creamy and delicious puree for one of baby's first bites!
It's been a little over a year since I started this blog, as I shake my head because why does life fast forward during the really really good times and seem to be freeze frame during the bad times, and I wanted to give you readers a big hug for being there with me through these last twelve months. Your big hug might come from me while I am wearing my new mommy-of-two uniform of yoga pants and dirty food stained hoodie, but it is a hug just for you, so take it and smile.
I started this blog because I wanted to share with you some of my favorite baby food recipes, find a community of parents that are passionate about making their own baby food, laugh at being a parent [which is mostly just me laughing at myself] and to find some adventure in my own kitchen and life.
What I found was a group of people that are not only passionate about food, their babies and eating but also extremely generous, loving and supportive of not only me but each other.
I found a group of people that held my hand when I was sick for months on end with my second pregnancy.
I found a group of people that jump up and down and patted me on my back after the birth of my daughter.
I found a group of people that not only make me smile each day but make me feel like I have a community behind me.
So just take my hug and get on with it already.
So in honor of my first post (found here) I decided to make another super easy but still super yummy apple recipe. A recipe where you can taste fresh crisp apples mixed with the rich creamy goodness of full fat coconut milk. Sprinkled with a hint of cloves for some Fall flavored zest and if you want to go crazy add a dash of cinnamon. Because that's what we do here, live on the crazy side of life.
- 6 organic Apples
- 1/2 Cup organic Canned Coconut Milk - Full Fat
- 1/4 tsp Clove
New to making purees? Then check of my guide on which kitchen tools you actuallyare going to need. Hint, it's not many!