Easy, Quick, & Delicious…perfectly describes the Perfect Tomato Soup Recipe by Baby Brezza! Tomato soup for baby is a simple and tasty year-round option that parents can whip up in a matter of minutes. Turn your One Step Baby Food Maker into the ideal tomato soup maker at any time with this tomato soup recipe for baby. We recommend serving this baby tomato soup to little ones aged 6-9 months and older.
4 tomatoes, peeled and deseeded
1/2 tsp butter
1/2 cup water
- Combine all ingredients into the Baby Brezza® One Step Baby Food Maker.
- Press “Steam & Blend” for 15 minutes.
- Puree and serve.
Add a pinch of salt to deepen the flavor of this tomato soup for baby.
What Temperature Should I Serve this Tomato Soup for Baby?
When it comes to serving tomato soup, baby should be able to experience all the flavor with none of the risks that fresh, hot soup can often come with. Keep in mind that babies’ mouths are more sensitive than ours and that even what’s comfortably warm for us may still be too hot for your little one. We recommend letting this tomato soup recipe for baby cool down to lukewarm– if not colder. While no one wants ice-cold soup, serving at room temp (or just slightly above room temp) will guarantee that your sprout is far from harm and can enjoy the richness of this baby tomato soup.
Are Tomato Seeds Dangerous for Baby?
Learning how to make tomato soup for baby comes with a few extra aspects to keep in mind– right down to the seeds. While tomato seeds are generally thought to be too small and too slippery to pose a legitimate choking hazard, there’s one thing we can all agree on: it’s better to be safe than sorry. While you can count on the One Step Baby Food Maker to blend up any seeds you may have missed when preparing your tomato soup for baby, attempting to only use the “meat” of the fruit (without the peel!) will result in the safest dish preparation possible.
What Is Safe to Add Into Tomato Soup for Baby?
Once your baby hits the 6-9 month mark, you can start adding in a world of new flavors to get their little palettes expanding confidently. However, some spices are safer to serve at a young age than others. While we always recommend keeping it simple to avoid any potential allergens, you can make a few flavor additions to this tomato soup recipe for baby that can help deepen the flavor profile– especially if Mom and Dad want a bowl, too! We suggest adding simple spices like garlic, oregano, dill, and black pepper to this baby tomato soup to add complexity to the dish without going overboard.