i just did loads of brocolli, potato and cheese sauce, popped it in ice cube trays froze them and then popped that in plastic bags in the freezer. Did the same with sweet potato and then cooked a salmon fillet, into the tray and froze it and bag again. DD has the appetite of a delicate bird though so at most 4 cubes at lunch etc
I have bought bags of frozeen fruit from morrisons for smoothies so i assume you can freeze what you have.
No, the water content is too high to freeze. I batch cook a lot and put in those IKEA bowls. I just make the same kinds of food as I make for the family. You can get tiny pasta now from boots and some supermarkets. In the baby section.
Here's some of the mixtures ds2 is loving at the mo. I steam them then blend them then freeze them:
'Savoury' Courgette, pear and pea (handful) Butternut squash and sweet potato (equal proportions) Butternut squash and pear (equal portions) Lentil, carrot and chicken/vege stock (cooked on the stove then blended) Parsnip, pear and pea Parsnip and apple Sweet potatoe and carrot (with or without apple) Brocolli, pear and pea Broccolli and cauliflower Courgette and cauliflower Carrot, peas and sweetcorn Carrot and apple
Sometimes mix any of the above with mashed up chicken or fish or whatever meat we are having
Fruit Apple and pear (sometimes with a pinch of cinamon) Apple and strawberry Peach and apple Peach and strawberry Peach and pear blueberries or raspberries added to any of the above
Have recently read somewhere that the new advice is to hold off on straws/rasps til over 1 but ds1 was fine and ds2 loves them. They can be frozen whole too, we do it often although they do tend to be mushy when defrosted because, as savoycabbage pointed out, of the high water content.