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Make Your Own Baby Food: OXO Tot

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Scared to make your own baby food? Don't be, it's easier than you think, especially if you have the right gear. With an OXO Tot Food Mill preparing food for YOU and baby is a breeze. OXO Tot worked with Brooke Parkhurst and Chef James Briscione on a video about easy family meals. Check out this amazing potato recipe--one dish for baby one dish for the grown-ups--all using the same ingredients.

As you can see, making food for baby isn't so complicated. For the complete recipe, visit unlike using a food blender or processor for starchy veggies, the OXO Tot Food Mill ($49.99) won't leave your meal gummy. Sure, those jars of baby food are tempting, but whipping up a fresh nutritious meal is a fun, frugal and healthy approach.

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According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, "most babies are ready to eat solid foods at 4 to 6 months of age." Be sure to get the go-ahead from your doctor before embarking on feeding baby solids. Some babies are ready at 4 months and others need to wait it out for a year. We think sharing meals is a great way to start instilling your family values around food--why not start with baby's first meals.

Momtrends Feeding Your Family in Style Series is sponsored by OXO Tot. Want to try your hand at simple baby food recipes? With the OXO Tot Baby Food Mill you can do it with ease. Place whole cooked fruits or vegetables in the Food Mill and turn the soft knob to separate seeds and skins and make fresh purées ready to serve to baby. This tool is ideal for first meals as it creates delicious and fine purees. Its three easily interchangeable stainless steel grinding disks let you prepare baby foods in a variety of textures.

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