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Our test kitchen is mixing up some delicious recipes, perfect for use in our Yummi Pouch refillable food pouches! We are daily adding new recipes to our site, as well as featuring recipe submissions!

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#6 Cassie 2014-05-20 23:35
Baby Apple Breakfast:

(I put greens in all of my recipes)

1/4 cup steamed broccoli

1/4 cup spinach (wilted but not cooked)

2 tbls coconut oil

2 tbls chia seeds (soak them in coconut water or any liquid for at least 10 minutes first)

1/2 cup organic oatmeal cooked in rice milk

1 large organic fuji apple, cut into 1 inch chunks and steamed

1/2 a ripe banana

I then use any liquid desired to get to the right consistency for pureeing. I used unflavored rice milk and an immersion blender.
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#5 Cassie 2014-05-20 23:31
Quinoa/carrot/yams:

I put greens in all of my recipes.

1/4 cup steamed broccoli

1/4 cup spinach (wilted but not cooked)

2 tbls coconut oil

2 tbls chia seeds (soak them in coconut water or any liquid for at least 10 minutes first)

1/2 cup red quinoa

1/2 cup roasted/baked yams

2 large carrots cliced and steamed

I then use any liquid desired to get to the right consistency for pureeing. I used unflavored rice milk.
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#4 Cassie 2014-05-20 23:25
Baby Greens:

a few forets of steamed broccoli

1/4 cup spinach (wilted but not cooked)

1 cup organic frozen peas thawed

half an avocado

2 tbls chia seeds soaked in coconut water (can be soaked in anything really)

2 tbls coconut oil slightly softened

1/2 cup of brown rice

unflavored rice milk to thin to preferred consistency (can use any liquid - breastmilk, coconut milk, goat's milk, etc. depending on baby/child's age and health restrictions).
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#3 Sarah Lambrecht 2013-02-22 23:38
Our littlest loves avocado, I purée it with a bit of our homemade yogurt for a healthy treat. I would love to try one of your pouches so he could easily eat it on the road.
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#2 Alicia Sharp 2013-02-11 04:05
I think the Avacado fruit salad recipe looks awesome! definitely going to try it!
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#1 Machelle Hillman 2013-01-22 15:19
Blueberry Quinoa

1 1/2 c. of oat milk, hemp milk, almond milk, or flaxseed milk (vanilla)flavor ed is best.

1/4 c. of freeze dried or fresh blueberries

1 t. of blackstrap molasses

1/2 t. of cinnamon or ginger

1/2 c. quinoa

1 1/2 t. of flaxseed meal optional (this makes the quinoa more like the texture of oatmeal if so desired)

Bring to a boil all ingredients except for the quinoa. Rinse the quinoa then add to pan. Stir to avoid clumps. Lower heat to simmer until liquid is mostly gone and you have reached desired consistency.

You can eat this warm or cold. It is high in nutrient value, vegan, gluten free, and very tasty. It's a family favorite and I carry it with us as an energy snack or meal. Think of it as a less sticky version of oatmeal.
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