I just wanted to share that I didn't realize how easy it would be to make homemade food for my dd, and didn't realize how much she would prefer it over the jarred food. I didn't do this for my 3-year-old dd, but decided to try with my 6-mo-old at the suggestion of my daycare provider.
It took about 3 minutes of prep, 15 minutes of cooking, then another 5 min to puree and store it. I tried sweet potatoes and squash to start. DD loved the squash, she actually ate it rather than spitting it out, which she did with even the expensive organic jarred food. We'll try the sweet potatoes tonight.
I work full-time and have two kids, a house and a husband to care for. It only takes a total of about 30 min each weekend to make food for the baby for the whole week.
If you're thinking about it, you can do it. I found the KidCo cookbook and storage and feeding trays very helpful. I had the food grinder from my last baby, so that still works great.
Good luck, give it a try!!