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Potato, Carrot, and Corn Puree Recipe

Looking for a nutritious lunch today for baby? We've got you covered! Packed with nutrients like vitamins A and E, this corn puree recipe has it all! Learn how to make this simple Potato, Carrot, and Corn Puree Recipe using your Baby Brezza Food Maker. When it comes to corn puree combinations for baby, this recipe leads the way by offering healthy nutrients and delicious flavors all at the same time. Put a brand new twist on an already-tasty potato carrot puree by using this corn baby food recipe to deliver your little one a blast of flavor and vitamins.

This recipe has yogurt so we recommend feeding at 6-9 months of age.

Potato, Carrot, and Corn Puree Recipe


  • 1 russet potato, peeled and diced (1 cup, 6 ounces)
  • 1/2 carrot, peeled and dice (1/2 cup, 2 ounces)
  • 1/2 cup (3 oz) frozen corn niblets
  • 1/2 teaspoon chives
  • 1/2 cup plain yogurt


  1. Place potato, carrot, and corn in to the One Step Food Maker Deluxe, or Glass model, and press "Steam" for 20 minutes.

  2. Add chives and yogurt, then press "Blend" to smooth for 30 seconds.

BONUS: This recipe becomes a delicious soup for adults when served hot! Optional Step 2: Use the yogurt and chives as a garnish.


     Can yogurt upset a baby’s stomach?

    Parents shouldn’t have any issues with feeding yogurt to their baby after 6 months unless your little one is lactose intolerant. This is part of the reason we recommend waiting until baby is 6 months or older, as mentioned above. Yogurt can actually be super healthy for babies! It’s packed with B-vitamins and zinc to support immune health, and the healthy fats from it contribute to a healthy growing baby. If parents are concerned about lactose intolerance, we recommend forgoing the yogurt in the recipe and serving the potato, carrot, and corn puree as-is.

    What are the benefits of carrots for babies?

    Carrots are one of the healthiest veggies you can start feeding your little one! Not to mention, a potato carrot puree like this one makes for a great base for all sorts of flavors if you decide to branch out with your recipes. Carrots are packed with fiber to help baby’s digestion, and the vitamin K present in carrots assists with blood clotting. Carrots’ neutrality also makes them a great food that avoids much gut irritation. This is a carrot and potato recipe for babies that you can continually add other healthy veggies to, so the combinations are endless!

    Can babies digest corn puree?

    While it’s a known fact that the human body does not digest corn easily due to its insoluble cellulose content, the texture of this recipe helps! However, this corn puree for babies lets baby get all the benefits and flavors of corn, carrot, and potato while assisting baby’s digestion by pureeing the veggies into a smooth, creamy blend. This way, baby can enjoy a tasty meal while avoiding the risk of being unable to digest the corn properly.


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