These just smell like fall. The cinnamon and sweet potato combo is really lovely, and the raisins and apple give a little natural sweetness. If your baby is a little older, you can certainly add a tiny bit of sugar or even make a yummy crumb topping. You can also swap the raisins for chocolate chips, but I think they go together nicely with the sweet potato and apple! I’m not a raisin fan, personally, so I didn’t use too many.
I’ve been off my blogging game for a long time. I come up with new meal ideas nearly every week, sometimes several. I just don’t have the eye for food photography, so since the pictures I take of the meals aren’t super inviting or particularly beautiful, I say “next time.” “Next time, I’ll take good pictures and share this one.” I’ve come to realize that’s not going to happen, and I’m okay with it!
If you do a quick search for “pumpkin” on my blog, you’ll find several baby-friendly recipes. In the spirit of the Fall season, I decided to compile them for easier access. You can click on the recipe titles below to find the pumpkin recipes.
I don’t really like giving juice to Alexander because it’s so easy to drink a ton of it quickly, and I’d rather he just eat the fruit. He gets juice probably once a month, as a treat (like if I’m going to Starbucks for a treat, he gets a treat too, and it happens to be apple juice!).
You know how sometimes you make a recipe, it’s awesome, and then you forget about it? Then way down the road, you make it again and think, “DANG that’s awesome. Again. Why the heck did I wait so long to make it again?”