We ❤️ PIZZA! By making pizza sauce for baby, parents can have fun introducing their little one to one of the world’s most classic dishes. Use this recipe for spreading sauce over homemade pizza dough or to dip breadsticks in tomato sauce that tastes great and is easy to make. ! The best part…you can make it in under 20 minutes! Not only is this the best pizza sauce for a baby– it’s one of the best pizza sauce recipes overall! Perfect for babies 12+ months.
Gourmet Pizza Sauce Recipe:
2 tomatoes, deseeded and strained
1 tbsp olive oil
1 clove garlic, minced
2 oz. tomato paste
1/8 tsp dried oregano
- Place olive oil and garlic into the Baby Brezza® One Step Baby Food Maker.
- Press “Steam” for 2 minutes
- Place all remaining ingredients into the Baby Brezza® One Step Baby Food Maker.
- Press “Steam + Blend” for 15 minutes
- Spread over pizza dough, use it for dipping sauce, or freeze it for later.
Can Babies Have Pizza Sauce?
Once your baby turns a year old, you can start introducing them to all sorts of new and exciting foods– including the best sauce for homemade pizza from this recipe! After you’ve checked the baby for any potential allergies, this gourmet pizza sauce recipe makes for a great way to introduce your baby to the world of pizza pie. Parents can also dip breadsticks in tomato sauce for an even quicker treat from this baby pizza sauce.
How Do You Serve Pizza to a Baby?
Make sure that the crust is soft and the baby pizza sauce is not too spicy! This recipe makes the perfect pizza sauce to introduce baby to, and it’s quick and easy to make. Once your pizza is done and you’ve topped it with our pizza sauce for baby, just make sure the pie has cooled off before serving.
Is Tomato Sauce OK for Babies?
Tomatoes and tomato-based foods like our gourmet pizza sauce recipe can technically be eaten as soon as your baby is ready for solids at around 6 months– however, waiting until they’re a year old helps ensure that this baby pizza sauce doesn’t upset their stomach as they develop. If you’re ever hesitant, always be sure to check with your pediatrician before serving new foods to baby.