Baby Alive Food (what is it?)

Baby Alive Food Is the soft, chunky food that your Baby Alive Doll can eat! The six different flavors are meant to represent the other food groups.

Your doll can either eat the cubes like a solid meal or feed them to her with a spoon. Baby Alive food is soft, colorful, and chunky, just like real food!

Other Baby Alive dolls eat baby food. But your Baby Alive dolls are big girls now! They can eat real food! So get ready to make some delicious baby-food recipes for your doll!

Baby Alive Food
Baby Alive Food

You’ll need a Baby Alive doll (each Baby Alive doll comes with a spoon and a special pot just for her!), some milk, water, a mixing bowl, and the foods to use in the recipe.

What Is Baby Alive Food?

Baby Alive food is soft, chunky food that your Baby Alive doll can eat. It comes in six different flavors: Peaches & Cream, Green Beans & Corn, Homemade Apple Sauce (made from apple pieces), Banana Pudding, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, and Fruity Pancake Bites!

The banana-flavored Baby Alive food is mashed-up bananas. The green beans and corn-flavored Baby Alive food are green beans and corn that have been mashed together.

The apple-flavored Baby Alive food is made from pieces of apple. The mashed potatoes with gravy and the peach-flavored Baby Alive food are made from fragments of different ingredients.

How To Make Baby Alive Food?

Baby Alive food is a little different than normal food. There’s no need to cut up the pieces. You mix them with a spoon until they’re chunky like real food. Then feed them to your doll!

Making the Mashed potatoes with Gravy recipe is similar to making regular mashed potatoes. Heat the milk, potatoes, and salt together on low heat until it’s warm (for about ten minutes). Stir it occasionally, so it doesn’t stick or burn on the bottom of your pot.


  • 2 medium potatoes, peeled, chopped
  • 1/4 cup of whole milk
  • 1/4 teaspoon of salt


Step 1.

Make sure the electric stove is on low. Put the milk in a small pot and bring it to a simmer. Add the potatoes, salt, and milk to the pan.

Step 2.

Stir it often while it’s simmering so nothing sticks or burns on the bottom of the pan.

Step 3.

When your milk is almost boiling (about ten minutes), stir it occasionally to prevent burning or sticking.

Step 4.

Continue to cook until it’s very hot. It should take about twenty minutes.

Step 5.

When it’s very hot, turn off the heat and let it sit for a few minutes to cool so you can remove it safely.

Step 6.

After letting your mashed potatoes sit for a few minutes, add the chopped potato pieces to your spoon and mix them with the milk until they’re chunky like real food!

Step 7.

Now you’re ready to feed it to your doll!


Remember, this is baby food! The mashed-up food pieces are smaller than regular food, so your doll might have trouble eating it. The details might also be too small for her to pick up and feed herself with a spoon.

Step 8.

Some people recommend freezing Baby Alive food so it will last longer. We haven’t tried this, so be sure to let us know how it works!

Hints: If your doll doesn’t eat the mashed-up food pieces well (or at all), try giving her normal-sized fragments of the same ingredients with a spoon. Remember, this is baby food! You can also try adding seasoning to make the flavors stronger and different (like cinnamon for apple sauce).

Step 9.

When your Baby Alive doll is done eating, you can put the remaining food in a plastic container and store it in the refrigerator. Be sure to put it on a plate or tray when you put it in the fridge so any liquid will drain off.

Step 10.

If you’re saving leftover food for later, don’t reheat it! (Or if you do, be sure to let it cool first so your doll won’t get burned.) Instead, feed your doll raw food pieces.

Nutrition Fact Of Baby Alive Food

Baby Alive Food is a little different than normal food. It’s not cooked or steamed, so the amount of nutrition listed in the nutrition facts table is less. Each cube of food has about one serving (about a teaspoon), and the mashed potatoes with gravy have about two servings.

Sugar content-none

Nutrition Fact
Sodium175mg (6%) per serving               
Calcium1% per serving  
Vitamin C6% per serving  
Phosphorus0% per serving

What do Baby Alive dolls eat?

Baby Alive dolls eat real food, just like babies. For more information, visit our Baby Alive dolls are big girls now! They can eat real food! Article.

How To Safe This Baby Alive Food?

Do not overheat the baby food. Never microwave Baby Alive food. Microwaving can cause hot spots that could burn a young child. Baby Alive food should be stored in a cool, dry place that is safe from spoilage.

Are These Baby Alive Foods?

No! The foods we sell here are for your doll to eat, not for you! If you have food allergies, please do not take the chance that this product might contain the allergen you are sensitive to or allergic to.


Baby Alive Food is chunky, soft, and colorful, just like real food! Baby Alive food was created for babies and toddlers to eat. But now you can feed your doll this delicious baby-food recipe! For more information on making Baby Alive food, visit our How to Make Baby Alive Food article.

Be careful when feeding your Baby Alive doll. Remember, this is baby food! The pieces are small and might be difficult for your beauty to eat or swallow. Lots of people ask us if the food is safe for their dolls. The short answer to that question is that it depends.

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