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How to warm up baby food!
Baby food is easily served in a variety of temperatures: cold, warm/room temperature, or completely heated.
It’s best to choose a smaller saucepan to match the portion size of your baby’s food. Place food into the saucepan and heat on a low setting so as not to burn the food.
There are few easier, more convenient ways to heat anything than with the microwave. It’s also an excellent way to thaw frozen food. The best way to heat baby food in the microwave is for about 15 seconds. Then finger test to see if it needs more time to avoid overcooking. Once food reaches the desirable temperature, be sure to give one final test so that no hot pockets burn your baby’s mouth and to avoid any left over cold spots.
Refrigerator Thawing :
Thawing via refrigerator inevitably takes longer than using a microwave or the floating/submersion method. You may thaw your baby food in the refrigerator overnight.
Important note: never, ever store leftover food in a container your baby ate from! Saliva contaminates food and storing leftovers this way can lead to food poisoning. Thawing this way may take 10 or more hours, so be sure to plan accordingly!