Rhylie’s Beef Paleo Baby Soup Recipe

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Rhylie’s Paleo Baby’s Beef Soup Recipe with Organic Ground Beef, Bone Broth, and grass-fed ghee

This is a super easy quick and protein packed meal. I like to make a large batch so that I can freeze them and take them out as needed. I make this pureed soup even when the kids are out of the “puree stage” because I can easily add it to another dish for an added bit of nutrients. I might add it to a bowl of quinoa or lentils to give it more texture for Rhylie. I try to use  homemade Bone Broth for my savory dishes, but store bought or dehydrated is fine when in a pinch for time.

Ingredients

  • 1 lb Organic ground beef
  • 3 tablespoon organic grass-fed ghee
  • 1 large yellow onion -rough chop
  • 6 stocks celery – rough chop
  • 4-6 carrots (depending on size) – rough chop
  • Organic Bone broth to cover
  • 3-5 hand full spinach
  • Salt
  • Other Seasoning optional (Italian) (curry) or a (Mexican blend) can all make this soup taste great and give it a different flare each time you make it.

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      Organic dehydrated beef bone broth

    Organic grass-fed ghee

    Organic coconut oil

Steps 1-4: Browning Meat in Pot with Ghee

Steps 1-4: Browning Meat in Pot with Ghee

  1. Melt 1.5 tbsp ghee in a large pot
  2. Add ground beet and season with salt and any other seasonings you are using
  3. Take beef out of the pot and transfer to a bowl
  4. Add the rest of the Ghee to the pot and add your chopped veggies/ onions/ carrots and celery. Sauté until tender and season with salt only

Step 5: Add beef back to the pot

Step 5: Add beef back to the pot

Add beef back to the pot and sauté altogether to let flavors meld together and make sure any brown bits from the bottom of the pan are scraped up by the water in the veggies.

Step 6: Add greens!

Step 6: Add greens!

Add however much spinach (or any greens) I like to use kale, parsley, and spinach. You can use all three or whatever you have on hand that day.

Step 7: Add bone broth to the pot

Step 7: Add bone broth to the pot

I use enough to barely cover the veggies and meat in the pot already, you can ALWAYS add more but you can take it out and you don’t want it to be too runny.

Step 8: Blending the Baby Food

Step 8: Blending the Baby Food

You turn off the heat so that you don’t damage the greens, the hot liquid will cook them efficiently. Once it’s cooled down about 20 min, you can blend!

Feel free to add any other healthy additions to your soup, like hemp seeds or flax seeds. I use a vita mix blender but any food processor will do just fine.

Step 9: Pouches or freezer trays

Step 9: Pouches or freezer trays

Once blended you will create your pouches or freezer trays.

I like to use the Infantino fresh squeezed squeeze station. I freeze the bags and take them out the night before I will use them. I also will add a pouch to another dinner like quinoa, rice or lentils to get more protein into Rhylie.

Sometimes she just wants a smooth soup texture and sometimes we mix it up. You can get really creative here with additions to these soups.

Chop up some extra veggies and chicken and you have a chunky stew!

Either way, your little one is getting nutrient rich food!

Step 10 (optional): I also like to use silicone ice cube trays to freeze small amounts

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Step 11: Final Result – Packaged Organic Paleo Baby Food To Go!

Packaged Organic Paleo Baby Food To Go!

These small sizes are perfect when adding to another dish.

Just toss it into another soup you are having for dinner and you are just adding more protein and veggies into your little one’s belly. I have even made popsicles out of these when she’s teething. I know it sounds strange, but hey if it works, right?

And there you have some fresh Rhylies beef soup!

Hope your little ones enjoy this recipe and please leave a comment below to ask me anything at all and to give me any feedback. You are just adding more protein and veggies into your little one’s belly.

I have made popsicles out of these when she’s teething.

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