Confession time: I bought lots of jarred baby food for my oldest boy. And sometimes I didn’t have any coupons.
But then I had twin boys and saw the light.
It’s so much cheaper to make your own baby food and better for your kids, too.
Interested in making your own baby food? Check out my guest post Save Money & Time by Making Your Own Baby Food at SC Johnson Family Economics.
I’m sure you’ll find a few helpful tips for getting started on feeding your baby wholesome, homemade meals. In addition, I’d also recommend checking out Wholesome Homemade Baby Food for even more advice and recipes.
Donna Freedman says
I made my daughter's food because (a) I was a single mom with very little money and (b) it just seemed foolish not to because I had access to a lot of inexpensive fresh vegetables and fruits. Besides, how hard would it be to puree some leftovers?
Here's a tip for parents: Save a couple of spoons of whatever's for dinner BEFORE dinner starts. Otherwise, there might not be any leftovers to puree!