Easy Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup – Baby Brezza
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Easy Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

Did your baby have a rough day? There’s nothing like a bowl of our Easy Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup to make you feel better! We recommend this baby chicken noodle soup recipe for ages 7-9 months and older.  An easy chicken noodle soup you can make at home in about half an hour can turn anyone’s day around. This isn’t your typical chicken noodle baby food, either– this all-American recipe combines the classics in a flavorful way that baby is sure to love. Not to mention, our One Step Baby Food Maker helps you make chicken soup for babies the quickest, easiest way possible.

1/2 cup carrots, sliced
1 cup uncooked chicken, chopped
1/2 cup celery, chopped
2 cups of water or broth
1 cup of cooked noodles

1. Combine all ingredients, except the cooked noodles, into the Baby Brezza® One Step Baby Food Maker.
2. Press Steam for 20 minutes.
3. Serve with cooked noodles.

Is chicken noodle soup good for babies?

Yes, absolutely! Chicken noodle soup for baby is an excellent source of healthy fats and protein, and the celery found in the recipe makes for a great source of fiber. You can add even more veggies for increased vitamins and nutrients to help baby grow stronger and healthier. The only thing we’d encourage parents to avoid is adding too much salt– after all, the broth you use will have plenty, and too much sodium can cause kidney damage and high blood pressure for your little one.

What temperature should chicken noodle soup be for babies?

It’s no secret that everybody loves a nice, warm, and easy chicken noodle soup recipe. But when it comes time to serve chicken noodle soup for baby, it’s important to be conscious of the temperature you’re working with. Although the warmth feels and tastes great, we recommend letting your baby chicken noodle soup cool down to a gentle, lukewarm temp. It won’t be as warm as parents are used to, but it helps ensure that your little one isn’t burned and still gives just a little touch of warmth for ultimate comfort and flavor. Once your baby gets a little older, you can gradually serve them warmer portions!

What other veggies can you add to chicken noodle soup for babies?

Once your baby has gotten a little older, parents may be wondering how else to introduce them to new flavors, vegetables, and textures. Luckily, this easy homemade chicken noodle soup is an excellent base for throwing in even more veggies and flavors to show your little one. So, what else can you add to your chicken noodle baby food for an extra touch of taste? Diced potatoes, broccoli, and cauliflower all make great additions to baby chicken noodle soup, and each comes with its own nutrients and vitamins that will contribute to your growing baby’s health and development! The best part about easy chicken and noodles is being able to play around with the recipe in time– and it’s a great way to get baby’s palette used to different flavors at an early age!


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