Romp, expedition, adventure, odyssey, quest. Along the way, maybe I’ll find better words to describe my life. My days are filled with the work of raising children, serving a retired canine racing queen, trying to run when my body allows it, hugging my husband, choosing between board games, books, and sleep, and never being truly bored.
I know olive oil isn’t what one typically thinks of when discussing baby food. I thought it might be time to try olive oil so that you can sometimes have food that you cook not just for Baby, but for you too. Roasted butternut squash can be pureed for Baby and eaten as is by you, though with some salt and pepper added. You can also use the same puree that you feed Baby for a soup base.
-package of frozen butternut squash
-Feel free to buy bananas or unsweetened applesauce, but at this point, you’ve probably got enough in your freezer for a few more days. I often forget what food I’ve frozen, and I periodically plan not to make new food, just so I can use up the food in the freezer.
-1/8-1/4 cup roasted butternut squash at one meal
-1/8-1/4 cup roasted butternut squash or any other combination you have on hand at another meal