Carrot Baby Food

Allison Walker, registered dietitian / Pilates instructor
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What Do Crohn’s Disease and Carrot Baby Food Have In Common?

This is a personal blog post by Allison Boan HERE. This blog will take you on Allyson’s journey as she creates different recipes that her body can handle during her ordeal of living with Crohn’s disease. This recipe is one of Allyson’s main meals during a Crohn’s flare. You can find other recipes that help her during a flare listed below. Allyson finds ways to fancy up her meals with different seasonings that her body can tolerate. 

Recipe by: Allyson Boan

Edited By: Allison Walker, RD


Picture of Carrot Puree


Yield: 3

Carrot Baby Food

Picture of Carrot Puree
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes



In a large pot, add the olive oil, followed by the carrots and salt. Next. add enough filtered water to reach halfway up the pot of carrots. Bring the pot to boiling and cover it with a lid. Allow the carrots to boil for about 20 minutes. Remove the lid and add the garlic granulates. Allow the carrots to cool. Once the carrots are somewhat cool, add all the contents in the pot to a high-speed blender. Blend the carrots and juice until smooth and pour into glass containers for easy reheating.


    • Store in the refrigerator for 3-5 days.

This smoothie can be a quick gluten free and dairy free snack on any given day!


Check out this bone broth recipe. Research states that real bone broth is used for gut healing. Check out this recipe to learn how you can make it from scratch!



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