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I've seen some pretty elaborate baby food making devices and methods.
My method is the opposite of that. If there was a shirt that said: Keep Calm and Make Your Own Baby Food. They would be talking about my method. I know many of my blog readers are young and looking to start a family in the near future, so I hope you find this helpful.
To make carrots into baby food, I began with a carrot. (Are you taking notes?)
I peel it (obviously) and chop it up so it cooks faster. Then I cover it with a little water and microwave it until it is soft. It only takes about 2 minutes. Then I run it through my food mill, mix in a little milk (or formula) and a small amount of rice cereal. (I stop using the rice cereal when it runs out. It just helps with the initial transition to food.)
As you can see, I use a Kid Co food mill. If you think you'd like to use my Not-very-fancy method of making baby food, here's a link to the product on Amazon. They cost $12.49 as of today.