Baby Recipes contributed by real-moms
The following are recipes contributed by real-moms. If you wish to share you recipes with us, just email me at

“For me, I actually blend the scallop, the silver fishes and our normal ikan Bilis into powder and cook it with the rice cereal. I read it from an article saying is best to eat the bones of ikan bilis or the silver fish as those are high in calcium. However if we don't chopped them fine enough, I worry that the baby might get choke. Therefore I decided to blend it into powder form and add them to the baby cereal so that the baby can enjoy the equal amount of calcium without getting choke.”

-- contribution by Susan, mommy of Jonathan

Baby Jonathan in the BayB Bandana with mommy and daddy

My sister uses fresh carrot n lean meat cut to small pcs. Add some ginger slices to minimise 'wind' accummulation in the stomach after comsume. Slow cook till all ingrdient turn soft. Pinch of salt to taste.

Alternative... Plain congee mix with Mamike. The easiest and yet healthy methods....”

-- contibution by Moonie, mother of Aden

Baby Aden with mommy

“Sometimes I put chicken breast meat with either apple or pear. Baby Chauncey likes it.”

-- contribution by Jane, mommy of Baby Chauncey

Baby Chauncey in the BayB sling with mommy

“ These are my recipes for porridge- uses slow cooker to cook,
1) Porridge with green peas. (from sweet bean, not frozen type)
2) Porridge with brocolli (flower part only), and two pcs of slim meat to add on as taste. (Smells and taste really nice). Pls do not give the baby to eat the meat.
3) Porridge with mesh carrots or potatoes, put one cube of "dry scallop"...the smell will make u hungry when you feed the baby...hee:p
4) Porridge with "Ying Yu", also know as Ikan Bilis but its silver colour.
5) If u are planning to cook it with fresh fish slice,
cook the porridge first, when porridge almost cook, then slide in the sliced fish adding with a pc of ginger.”

-- contributed by Levine, mommy of Ivan

Baby Ivan and Mommy Levine

Apple Cream
Freeze: Yes
  • 1 eating apple, peeled, cored and sliced
  • 60ml (4 tablespoons) water
  • 30ml (2 tablespoons baby rice
  • Formula milk

1) Cook the apple in the water for about 10 mins or until soft.
2) Mix the baby rice with breast or formula milk according to the instructions on the packet.
3) Puree the cooked apple with the rice.

Carrot & Rice Puree  
  • 2 carrots, peeled and chopped
  • ¼ cup rice, washed
  • 400ml water

1) Place carrots and rice in a medium-sized saucepan. Add the water and cover.
2) Cover over a medium heat for 20 mins.
3) Allow to cool, then blend to puree or smooth mash consistency.

Orchard Puree
Freeze: Yes
  • 1 eating apple, peeled, cored and finely sliced
  • 1 pear, peeled, cored and chopped

1) Put the apple and pear in a saucepan with approximately 4 tablespoons of water.
2) Bring to the boil, cover and simmer for 10 mins.
3) Stir occasionally, checking that the fruit has not caught the bottom of the pan
4) Blend to a puree, adding a little cooled boiled water if necessary.
5) Alternatively, microwave on high power for 4 mins.

Sweet Potato, Apple & Rice  
  • 1 Apple
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 1 tablespoon rice
Chop apple and sweet potato and place in pan with rice. Just cover with water and bring to boil. Gently simmer till tender. Drain and either mash or puree (depending on likes and age).

Vegetable Medley
Freeze: Yes
  • 1 potato, peeled and chopped
  • 1 carrot, peeled and chopped
  • 1 handful frozen peas

1) Bring a little water to the boil in a small saucepan.
2) Add the potato and carrot, cover and simmer for about 8 mins.
3) Add the frozen peas and continue cooking for 4 mins.
4) Puree the vegetables with about 1 tablespoon of the cooking liquid in a mouli or with a hand blender or in a liquidizer.
5) Add a little extra cooking liquid for thinner consistency. Serve lukewarm.

-- contributed by Amy, mommy of Delfine.


Warning: BayB Supplies is merely providing a service for the public. We do not endorse any of the recipes here. So do some research before using any of the recipes stated above.

Compiled by Jenny Wee

Disclaimer: The information appearing on BayB is presented for educational purposes only. While the information published on this site is believed to be accurate, it is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice. If you have questions or concerns regarding your physical or mental health or the health of your child, please seek assistance from a qualified healthcare provider. Please read here for Disclaimer and Privacy Policy Issue