Carrots and salmon puree

If you’re looking for tasty, easy, and healthy baby food purees with carrots, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we share a recipe with carrots and salmon. 

Age: 8-10 months+

A delicious recipe with salmon that your baby will love to eat! 


  • 2 carrots
  • 60 g. salmon
  • 20 ml of orange juice
  • A handful grated cheese
  • A dash of milk


Step 1 – Put the salmon into an oven dish and pour the orange juice on the salmon. Add the grated cheese on top of the salmon and put it into a preheated oven for 20 minutes (356°F or 180°C).

Step 2 – Meanwhile, peel the carrots and boil them for 10-20 minutes.

Step 3 – Add the carrots and fish to a blender and add a dash of milk. Blend until it becomes a smooth creme.

When can a baby eat carrots?

You can start introducing carrots into your baby’s diet at age 4-6 months as this is the time the baby is ready to start solid food.

It is important that your baby can sit up straight and keep his or her head up. If you are in doubt if your baby is ready for solid foods, consult a medical practitioner.

How to prepare carrots for baby food

You can choose to kook the carrots or steam them. This makes the carrots super sweet and soft, and easy to puree. 

You can also use carrots raw. Grate the whole carrot into small strips, this makes it easier to puree. 

You might be interested in our other recipes with carrots or salmon

Feeding guide for carrots


4-6 months

7 months

8 months

9 months

10-12 months

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Keep in mind that this feeding guide is only for carrots. If you add meat to your carrots, for example, this feeding guide will not be applicable.

We recommend that you consult with your baby’s pediatrician on introducing solid foods as generalities may not apply to your infant.

Abous Us

Hi everyone, my name is Marcia. I’m from the Netherlands (so please forgive me for grammar mistakes) and I love cooking healthy recipes with fresh foods. This got me interested in making homemade baby food that tastes great and is healthy and easy to make. Follow me on Pinterest if you’re looking for more inspiration and tips!