Chicken puree for babies and toddlers

Chicken puree is delicious and rich. It is generally known that children like chicken meat and it would be a shame not to try it at home. Here’s a recipe that will take a moment and the result will be amazing.

Hen soup for babies
Chicken soup for babies
Photo: © Bargl M., for /


Preparation time:15 minutes
Cook time:45 minutes


  • 3.5 oz cooked chicken meat from broth
  • 1/2 cup chicken broth
  • a little high-quality butter


First, cook the chicken broth according to the recipe in the previous article. Separate the cooked meat off the bone and put in a blender, add butter and a little of chicken broth.

Blend all ingredients together until a smooth meat puree is made. In case of too thick puree, add more broth. On the contrary, should the puree be to liquid, add a bit more of cooked chicken meat.

Serve right away. Store any leftovers in the freezer, it will last for 1 month. Also I do recommend to keep 1 portion of food for the next day.

Tip: Chicken meat is not as fine as rabbit meat. For more elevated and smoother taste, add a little of the cooked carrot from the broth and mix gently. The puree will have a softer texture and your baby will recall the familiar carrot taste.

Chicken puree, Emily and yummy baby food

Chicken puree for babies
Meat purree for babies from a hen
Photo: © Bargl M., for /

Emily loved the chicken puree more than the puree from the rabbit. She ate about eight teaspoons, which seems to be a great success in the early days. In any case, she ate again only while kneeling on the playground, so I’m looking for a method to get her to calm down while having food.

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