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Celebrity Moms Who Make Their Own Baby Food (Photos)

Tori Spelling makes her own baby food

Bust out the food processor or other latest food gadget!  Making your own baby food is healthy and en vogue among Hollywood moms.

While some celebrity moms started making their own baby food right away, others took some time before going homemade.

Pregnant with her third baby, Tori Spelling admits to feeding her kids jarred baby food when they were babies.  But one day, the reality TV star took out her food processor and made her own baby food.  She has never opened a jar baby food since.

Of her daughter Stella, Tori said:  “She would take the [jarred] food and she was fine with it. But once I made my own baby food…I literally gave it to her that first day, it was a spoonful, and her face lit up. She had this huge smile.”

The pregnant Spelling said, “It was so amazing. Ever since then, I’m like, I’m telling you: Make your own baby food. Because it’s such a huge difference for them.”

Which other Hollywood moms make their own baby food?

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  • Tori Spelling 1 of 14
    Tori Spelling
    Tori Spelling makes her own baby food for daughter Stella, concerned with preservatives used in jarred foods, not to mention a bland taste. "People are probably like, 'Tori Spelling doesn't do that. She probably has someone that cooks for her.' No, actually I don't. ... And I actually make my own baby food!" she said.
  • Gwyneth Paltrow 2 of 14
    Gwyneth Paltrow
    Gywneth Paltrow once said she tries to eat only organic and locally grown foods. "When I'd read about what pesticides do to small animals, I thought, Why would I expose my child to that? …I just want my kids to be as healthy as they possibly can. And I feel like eating well is the best start for living well."
  • Padma Lakshmi 3 of 14
    Padma Lakshmi
    The Top Chef judge makes her daughter Krishna Thea baby food. "I make all her baby food, homemade," Lakshmi said. "We just make lentils, rice and kale. She loves kale, loves cumin. She eats carrots, sweet potatoes, and a little onion. She eats great — there is nothing she won't eat."
  • Ellen Pompeo 4 of 14
    Ellen Pompeo
    Ellen Pompeo's daughter Stella was fed baby food made by hand by her mother. "I try to make food for her as much as I can and she eats a lot. She holds her own spoon now," Ellen once said. She also would prefer to give her daughter organic food. When she was under a year, she said "I haven't given her Cheerios yet but if she does, she would have organic oats instead."
  • Kourtney Kardashian 5 of 14
    Kourtney Kardashian
    Kourtney Kardashian said she made baby food for son Mason. "My mom bought me this amazing baby food maker, the Beaba. I steam and puree fruits and vegetables, and they last for like four days," Kourtney said. "Mason pretty much loves everything. I gave him red beets, and it got all over his face, which made the funniest picture. He also loves sweet potatoes, carrots and yams. Sometimes I mix pureed peaches, pears, bananas, or apples with plain yogurt or an all-natural organic jelly."
  • Kim Clijsters 6 of 14
    Kim Clijsters
    2010 US Open champion Kim Clijsters makes her own homemade baby food, even while traveling. "We travel with a Babycook (Baby Food Maker) it's a little steamer and a grinder and so the first thing we do is try to find an organic store or food store and just buy all our groceries. Then we ask the hotel to put in a little fridge or empty out the mini-bar to put all the food in there and we try to make most of her food ourselves."
  • Beaba Baby Cook 7 of 14
    Beaba Baby Cook
    Kourtney Kardashian and tennis star Kim Clijsters use this compact countertop appliance that functions as a steamer, blender, warmer and defroster to prepare fresh, healthy meals for baby. Quickly steam cook vegetables, fruits and meats in 15 minutes or less, while preserving their vitamins and flavors. By saving the condensed water after steaming, you're able to add valuable nutrients back into baby's food. Puree and blend food to the desired consistency making it super smooth, chunky or anywhere in between for baby. Beaba Baby Cook .
  • Julia Roberts 8 of 14
    Julia Roberts
    Julia Roberts follows an organic diet and makes her own baby food. "I make some of my own, I'm happy to say," the actress and mom to Henry, Phinnaeus and Hazel once said.
  • Heidi Klum 9 of 14
    Heidi Klum
    Heidi Klum fed her children the same food that the family eats but pureed. "When the baby has baby food I usually give them exactly what we eat, but I put it in the Magic Bullet. I don't make special baby food, so I love that," the supermodel said. "I love the Magic Bullet! It's very easy….They love spaghetti and meatballs, chicken soup, schnitzel and kale."
  • Magic Bullet 10 of 14
    Magic Bullet
    The Magic Bullet is handy device that works like a mini-blender, able to both chop vegetables and make smoothies (among other options) - in virtually 10 seconds or less. Heidi Klum "loves the Magic Bullet."
  • Baby Magic Bullet 11 of 14
    Baby Magic Bullet
    Like the magic bullet but for babies! Baby Bullet .
  • Nicole Richie 12 of 14
    Nicole Richie
    Nicole Richie said: "Food tastes better coming from your Mom because it's made with love." Richie pureed steamed vegetables to make homemade baby food, mashing up everything from apples to green beans and bananas for her daughter. Dad Joel Madden said, "I know exactly what's going into [Harlow's] body."
  • Baby Brezza 13 of 14
    Baby Brezza
    The Baby Brezza One Step Baby Food Maker allows you to steam and blend food in one bowl, removing the danger and worry of transferring hot food from a steamer to a blender. It is the only system that cooks in this one-step process. Set up your ingredients, turn on the machine, and walk away. Baby Brezza .
  • Jennifer Garner 14 of 14
    Jennifer Garner
    Jennifer Garner, who has two young daughters with husband Ben Affleck, said she prefers whipping up her own kids' meals and sticking them in the freezer. "I tell myself, just give her a jar of food and forget about it!" Garner said. "Don't be so precious! But it's so easy — I just puree and freeze."

Photos: PCN

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