Baby bullet

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I had made zucchini for my daughter Tenley’s first foods. She is 6 1/2 months old. We waited to feed her solid foods because she was diagnosed with acid reflux. Within a month of being born we had changed her formula to Enfamil AR which has added rice. She started to get better as months went on. She is doing very well now so the concern was not there as much. My first daughter I had never made her baby food. It was always store bought. Much more convenient but, the more I get the hang of making it I think it will work well! I had purchased a baby bullet through a Facebook buy sell trade group that is for our area! Great place to buy things! Well anyways it works great!

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First I had taken just one zucchini and cut off the ends.

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Then took a very simple peeler and peeled off the skin. I preferred to do this because the skin can become a little textured. Being her first foods I didn’t want the consistency to be too rough.

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I sliced the zucchini in thick slices length wise. Nothing fancy it will be puréed.

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Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. In a medium size casserole dish with some water and olive oil I placed the slices. They were not covered but enough so that they won’t dry out. I also had a lid on top to keep moisture in. I baked them for 30 to 40 minutes. As long as you notice they are soft.

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I placed the slices into the baby bullet cup and puréed the zucchini.

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I had the baby bullet single serve containers which I poured the puréed zucchini in but you can put it anything that’s freezable.

This is my final result! The cute baby servings! Oh how they make me smile! I hope you find this easy as I did! It was a lot of fun to make!
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