Celebrate Thanksgiving with your little one with this easy baby food recipe! You can use leftover turkey or any cooked turkey pieces. For the liquid, bone broth adds a rich flavor plus some minerals, but you can also use water or breast milk. Canned pumpkin is a quick way to add a vegetable, but you can substitute others you have on hand- just make sure your blender can finely grind them. Your child will be grateful for this delicious and nutritious blend of fall favorites.
1/4 lb cooked turkey
1/2 c cooked pumpkin puree
1/2 c turkey bone broth (or any bone broth)
pinch of Himalayan sea salt
Combine all into a blender and blend until smooth. Add more liquid to thin if needed.
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