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Moroccan Beef and Lentils – how to make it baby friendly!

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You don’t need to make separate food for your baby! Here’s an example of how you can make a hearty moroccan beef and lentil stew for the whole family with very slight adaptations for your baby.

This recipe is almost baby friendly right out of the gates! Just a couple slight modifications and everyone can enjoy

Step One:

Get the recipe for Moroccan Beef and Lentils here.

Step Two:

Follow these adaptations to make them baby friendly!

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5 from 1 vote

Baby Friendly Moroccan Beef and Lentils

Not too sweet and not too spicy, this Moroccan Beef Stew with Lentils dish knocks it out of the park! Comfort food with a twist [gluten free].
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time15 mins
Total Time25 mins
Course: Main Course

Instructions

  • Choose a low or sodium free beef broth.
  • Omit the honey/brown sugar. (note: honey carries the risk of botulism for babies so it's really important to skip the honey!)
  • Instead of adding the raisins and chopped apricots at the last step, cook them with the lentils to ensure they are very soft and won't pose as a choking hazard for baby.
  • Keep a salt shaker at the table for the older members of the family to salt their bowl to their liking.

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jess and nita, registered dietitians
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4 thoughts on “Moroccan Beef and Lentils – how to make it baby friendly!”

    1. Jessica Penner & Nita Sharda, Registered Dietitians

      Thank you for catching that! Yes, and I will update the post accordingly 🙂

  1. 5 stars
    My baby loved this! I used low/no-sodium broth and tomatoes, and set aside her portion before adding the honey at the end. I didn’t have dried apricots or raisins, so just left them out.

    1. Jessica Penner & Nita Sharda, Registered Dietitians

      Awesome! Good to know it’s still tasty without the dried fruit!

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