For a 6 month old baby, 1-2 tablespoons baby food may be plenty for a single serving. For a 9 month old baby, they might want 1/4 cup or more. Adjust the servings based on your child's hunger, using a roughly one to one ratio of the purees in each combination. Nutrition will vary according to the combinations you use.
Prepare each puree. Freeze in a silicone ice cube tray, transferring the cubes to a freezer bag once solid, or store in the refrigerator as needed.
Place roughly equal amounts of the two (or more) purees you plan to combine into a bowl. Stir together. (If the purees are frozen, place a cube or two of each into a bowl or storage container. the night before you plan to serve and let thaw overnight in the fridge before stirring together. Or thaw at room temperature for about 2 hours.)
Serve or store for later.
Taste the purees and add more of a sweeter one if needed.
Add small pinches of spices like cinnamon, ground ginger, and cumin to add flavor.
Add small pinches of ground flaxseed to add healthy fats.
Serve with a baby spoon or in a reusable pouch.
Pack for daycare if needed in small airtight containers.
Serve cold or warm just slightly.
If. baby has a dairy intolerance, use a nondairy, unsweetened nondairy yogurt.
If baby has a nut allergy, use a nut-free alternative that's unsweetened such as Sunbutter.