Camden has already had a variety of fruits and veggies, so I decided it’s time to develop his culinary tastes with herbs and spices. I did the same with Arabella, and I really think that’s why she so willingly ate ethnic foods as a toddler. She was accustomed to a little spice! Not spicy – just spice.
Peas and carrots have been on the menu for a while, so to spice it up we are adding a little thyme to the mix.
I used ground thyme and just stirred it in after I blended the veggies, but you could use fresh or regular dried thyme. Just add it to your fresh or frozen veggies while cooking. I just got the idea to add thyme after cooking, so I chose the ground thyme.
When blended to your liking, pour into a container to keep in the refrigerator for 2-3 days or freeze in ice cube trays for storing longer. When frozen, pop them out and place in a freezer bag.
Happy eating for baby!