I made all of Cody's baby food up until recently when he started eating meats and tiny table scraps. The easiest thing is obviously bananas -- just mash them up with a fork and she'll probably devour them. I mix Cody's with a tiny bit of vanilla yogurt for extra flavor.
I always use fresh bananas or applesauce in his cereal -- it's the only way he'll eat it.
You can make the baby food with a blender, food processor, or little hand held chopper (that's what I use). Steam the veggies or fruit until they are really mushy, then use some of the water from the bottom of the pan when you mash them up. Freeze in ice cube trays, then pop them out and put into freezer bags. When you're ready to feed her, just pop a few in the microwave to thaw, and --- wah-lah!
Whenever you cook something that can be made into baby food (like mashed potatos or veggies with a roast) keep out some extra and mash it up then freeze. Just go easy on the spices. I would make veggies semi-bland, then take his share out before spicing the rest of the family's.
I used to spend about 2 hours a week preparing his food and he loved it versus the jarred stuff. I've made apples, pears, peaches, pineapple, butternut squash (his fav), peas, carrots, and potatos that I can remember.
He wasn't particularly fond of most veggies, so I would mix 1 cube of apples or pears to 2 cubes of say, carrots and he'd devour them.
I wrote an article on making your own food which has more specifics -- https://babyuniversity.com/cgi-bin/jump.cgi?ID=520
Let me know how it goes and if you have any more questions!
Perhaps someone has some actual recipes -- I know there are several books devoted to making your own baby food.