Here's a very simple but nutritious recipe that makes delicious baby food for older babies (broccoli may be difficult to digest for younger babies).
I added 3/4 cup of this puree to spaghetti sauce and my family was none-the-wiser! It made the sauce turn from bright red to a little darker red, but nobody detected anything different in the color or taste of the sauce. It's a great way to incorporate an extra dose of greens into a family favorite, undetected by my not-so-green-loving kids. A great vitamin-packed puree! I typically freeze these purees in an ice cube tray and then transfer the cubes to a freezer bag, then thaw them in glass in the fridge overnight or in the microwave. - 17 Sep 2010 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I was having dental surgery and would have to eat soft foods. Found this recipe while looking for something healthy that wouldn't need chewing. This was actually very good! I left out the peas but otherwise followed the recipe. I topped mashed potatoes with this, but I can see it good for topping pasta. - 23 Apr 2012 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
This is a delicious recipe. I haven't made it with the ingredients called for except the broccoli. I've used broccoli, edemame, and kale. Umm!! - 21 Jun 2015 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)