Steamed Frozen Kale Puree Recipe


I recommend steaming certified organic kale because it is known to lower high cholesterol more then other cooking methods.

  1. Steam 2-3 cups of frozen kale according to package directions. 
  2. Remove kale from the steamer and place into Vitamix or blender of your choice.
  3. Add 4 ounces of water from the saucepot (it contains a lot of nutrients) and 2 scoops of formula OR 4 ounces of breast milk.
  4. Blend until the puree can easily pour out of the blender into the ice cube trays.
  5. Add more water or breast milk if the puree is too thick.

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Steamed Kale Puree

 

Kale Puree Mixtures


Follow these simple steps to create puree combinations!

  • Acorn Squash: 4 months
  • Apples: 4 months
  • Apricots: 6 months
  • Bananas: 4 months
  • Blueberries: 8 months
  • Butternut Squash: 4 months
  • Carrots: 6 months
  • Green Beans: 6 months
  • Mango: 6 months
  • Nectarines: 4 months
  • Parsnips: 6 months
  • Pears: 4 months
  • Peas: 6 months
  • Peaches: 6 months
  • Plums: 6 months
  • Pumpkin: 6 months
  • Sweet Potatoes: 4 months

 

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4 Comments

    • Afraid not, Von. It is actually baby food! This site is about making homemade baby food and we also offer parenting articles! Thanks for visiting!

  1. This seems like something a new parent could learn. What would you suggest beginners to purchase when they are making these? I think this could also be used by parents with babies that have bad allergies like mine, so I am happy to have read this article today.

    • Thanks for checking out this site!! These recipes are super simple, a healthier option and it saves new parents a lot of money. Raising kids is expensive as we all know because they grow SO FAST! Well, the supplies I use are found under Rachel’s Essentials. To make this specific recipe, you will need a package of frozen kale, water, a steamer and a good blender. I recommend any type of Vitamix because it is perfect for purees and smoothies later on. The reason I recommend a Vitamix is because it doesn’t leave you with chucks as most blenders do. Chucks to a 6-8 month old can be very dangerous. We hope to see you pack soon, Richard!

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