Surprisingly, I found myself eating this puree for MY dinner. People always tell me their toddlers won’t eat purees, but Kenya chowed down on this one when I made it so maybe there’s hope for you all. This recipe is a perfect mix of protein, carbohydrates and vegetables. Most parents that I talk to seem apprehensive about giving their little ones fish because they automatically assume they won’t like it. Not at all! I think fish that has a “fishy” smell turns kids off. Kenya loved fish from day on and still eats it twice a week and I think it has a lot to do with how you prepare the fish.
Sole is a great first fish for babies because it’s very mild, doesn’t contain bones and is generally less expensive then other types of fish. Other choices could be white fish of tilapia. With the addition of sweet peas and carrots and a sprinkling of vegit, this Veggies and Sole baby food is a sure fire hit for your little one.
We used these to make this recipe_
Veggies and Sole
- 1/2 Cup Potatoes, peeled and cubed
- 1/2 Cup Carrots, peeled and chopped (*I like to use baby carrots, less work and they’re so sweet)
- 1/3 Cup Peas (I use frozen organic)
- 2 Sole Fillets (about 1/3 Lb)
- 1/4 Tsp Vegit
Hi Catherine, please kindly specify the type of potatoes, sweet or Irish?
Aaahhh love this and can’t wait to try this for the babe! Loving this baby food stage.
They sell this on amazon or whole foods – not at all hard to find! This recipe is awesome, thanks Catherine :).
The link to Vegit is outdated.
Do you recommend an alternative seasoning for Vegit? I’m severely allergic to mushrooms so this is out as an ingredient. I don’t allow anything containing mushrooms in the house, just in case.