Place on a baking sheet and into the oven to roast for 30 to 60 minutes. Bake until soft inside and of desired crispness on the outside, 30-35 minutes. The information given here is for guidance only … NOTE: Please consult your doctor before you introduce these recipes, or any new foods, to your baby. Peel the sweet potatoes and cut into 1/4" thick 'fries' about 2-3 inches long for toddler sized hands. Sweet Potato Baby Food Recipe With Pear Puree (a Stage 1 recipe, appropriate at 4 to 6 months of age) Photo: Karen Biton-Cohen. This is one must try recipe and am sure that even sweet potato haters will enjoy this yummy tasting cutlets. These sweet potato baby food recipes will help you easily prepare one of nature’s healthiest foods for your little one. Sweet Potato cutlets - healthy evening snack for toddlers and kids made with sweet potato. Check for doneness by squeezing gently with your hand in an oven mitt. Spicy Sweet Potato Wedges: This fiery and flavor-packed recipe works well with baby sweet potatoes, which are much easier to slice through than larger varieties.They may also crisp in the oven more quickly, so be sure to keep an eye on them. Whisk the egg whites until frothy. Prick each sweet potato several times with a paring knife and wrap loosely in the foil, sealing the ends securely. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Steam all the ingredients. Add the cut potatoes to the egg mixture, and toss until coated. 1/2 cup sweet potato puree + 1/4 cup pear puree OR 1 large sweet potato + 1 pear. Place the potatoes in one layer on the baking sheet. For both sweet potato baby food recipes, see below. Scrub the sweet potatoes well and pat them dry. Hasselback Sweet Potatoes: This showstopping side can elevate any occasion, whether a holiday gathering or a weeknight dinner. Recently I have tried this sweet potato cutlet recipe, it's just so delicious!