These bite-sized muffins are healthy, nutritious and the perfect way to use up leftover jars of baby food! No added sugar and your little ones will love them!
So when my daughter started eating solid foods, I decided to go the puréed route because baby led weaning just made me so nervous! I know, I know, most mamas go the BLW route and I REALLY wanted to, but I found myself just much more comfortable easing her into solids through softer foods and purées. Totally a personal preference! Well now my daughter is 10 months old (ah where has the time gone?!) and she wants absolutely nothing to do with those purées anymore. So now I have tons of baby food jars leftover in my pantry and wanted to get creative with ways that I could use them. Enter these tasty little muffins!
These bite-sized muffins are so simple to throw together and are packed with nutritious ingredients like oats, banana, carrots, and puréed fruits and veggies so you can feel good about sharing these with your little ones! I bet they’ll have a blast making them with you too!
Ingredients you’ll need:
- Oat flour – You can use store-bought oat flour or easily make your own! You can also substitute with all-purpose flour, if needed.
- Puréed baby food – Here’s where you can have fun with this recipe! Feel free to use any combination of flavors whether fruit or veggie-based. If you don’t have jars of baby food, the puréed pouches will also work or even your own homemade…