Baked Peach Puree Recipe


It’s recommended to get certified organic peaches because they are among the 2016 EWG’s Dirty Dozen.

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Scrub 3 organic peaches well in cool water.
  3. Locate the lines that run down the center of each peach.
  4. Cut along the lines encircling the peaches, just deep enough to feel the pit with your knife.
  5. Twist the halves in opposite directions to separate.
  6. Pop the pits out from each peach using your fingers or knife.
  7. Place the 6 halves into a glass baking dish, flesh facing down.
  8. Add bottled water into the baking dish so that it is 1-1/2″ deep.
  9. Bake for 35 mins or until the skin starts to wrinkle, checking the water and stirring occasionally.
  10. Remove from oven and let cool just long enough to be handled.
  11. Peel skin off from each half with your fingers.
  12. Place the halves into Vitamix or blender.
  13. Add 4 ounces of water from the baking dish (contains a lot of nutrients) and 2 a scoops of formula OR 4 ounces of breast milk. 
  14. Blend until the puree can easily pour out of the blender into the ice cube trays.
  15. Add more water or breast milk if the puree is too thick.

How to Store Homemade Baby Food

Related Recipes:

Steamed Peach Puree


Peach Puree Mixtures

Follow these simple steps to create puree combinations!

  • Acorn Squash: 4 months
  • Apples: 4 months
  • Apricots: 6 months
  • Avocados: 4 months
  • Bananas: 4 months
  • Barley: 4 months
  • Blueberries: 8 months
  • Brown Rice Cereal: 4 months
  • Butternut Squash: 4 months
  • Carrots: 6 months
  • Green Beans: 6 months
  • Kale: 6 months
  • Mango: 6 months
  • Oatmeal Cereal: 4 months
  • Parsnips: 6 months
  • Pears: 4 months
  • Peas: 6 months
  • Plums: 6 months
  • Pumpkin: 6 months
  • Sweet Potatoes: 4 months


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  1. I love this recipie. I wish I could have found a site like this when my child was a baby. I would have never thought to put formula or breast milk in the the purée. I can see how that can really help boos the nutrition for the child. I also like how you mention other things it can be mixed with and what age.

    • Thanks, Calvin! Our objective is to make each recipe as naturalluy pure and nutritious as possible. Please share this site with new parents and soon to be parents! We have a Facebook page to make it easier to share recipes and parenting articles. Thanks for visiting and feel free to ask any questions you and your friends may have. We only want the best for each and every bundle of joy!

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