Take the tem­per­a­ture

Mother & Baby (Australia) - - Realadvice -

Store cold foods be­low 5°C, and when you’re cook­ing or re­heat­ing solid baby food, it should reach 75°C – Rachelle sug­gests mak­ing sure it’s bub­bling and steam­ing hot. Be­cause lit­tle mouths are eas­ily burned, it’s safe to let it cool on the bench for a cou­ple of min­utes be­fore feed­ing. If you don’t want to serve a freshly pre­pared batch of cooked baby food im­me­di­ately, di­vide it into small con­tain­ers and place in the fridge as soon as it stops steam­ing. And when you’re trans­port­ing per­ish­able food to a birth­day party or day­care, al­ways use a cooler bag with a frozen block.

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