Fruit porridges and vegetable and meat purees for the baby

Fruit porridges and vegetable and meat purees for the baby

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Healthy recipes to introduce fruits, vegetables and meat to the baby's diet


The first spoonfuls of the baby are a very important moment for him and his parents. The baby will discover a new way of eating. Each baby is unique and unique is the way they eat, react to new flavors, etc. How is your son?

This natural fruit porridge can be offered to the baby from 5 months. You can choose between an apple, a pear or a banana. Then wash well, peel and crush the pieces of the chosen fruit. Avoid rusting by taking it immediately.

To prepare a cooked fruit puree, you have to put a little water on the fire with the chopped fruit (apple or pear well washed and peeled). Let everything cook over low heat for about 10 minutes. Then blend everything with the mixer.

Learn the recipe for this fruit puree. After the baby has individually tasted each fruit, from his sixth month of life the little one can taste this porridge for which ½ apple, ½ pear, ½ banana and orange juice are needed.

Starting at 5-6 months, babies can taste vegetables. Let's start with the carrot and the potatoes. For that, it is necessary to gather 2 carrots, half a potato, olive oil and vegetable broth. The vegetables should be peeled and cooked in the broth.

Learn how to prepare a zucchini cream. You need: half a zucchini, potato, carrot, water and olive oil. It is washed and everything is cut into pieces. Sauté, cover with water and cook over low heat for about 15 minutes. Blend everything with a mixer.

Pumpkin puree. The baby can enjoy this puree from 6 months of life. To make it, we will need: a piece of pumpkin, half a potato, some milk (formula, under consultation with the doctor) and oil. Wash and peel the pumpkin and boil it in plenty of water until it becomes soft. Beat the pumpkin together with a little milk, oil until it forms a cream. Let's wait for it to cool down and serve the baby.

Broccoli puree. This puree is aimed at babies over 8 months. To prepare it, we will need 100 gr. broccoli, half a potato, virgin olive oil. Wash, peel and chop the broccoli and potato. Heat the oil in a saucepan and add the broccoli and potato pieces and half a glass of water. Cook them until they are tender. Add a little milk and mix everything until you get a fine and homogeneous paste.

Mashed Cauliflower. In general, this puree is indicated for babies 7 to 8 months old. To do this, we will need a potato, half a cauliflower, water and a glass of milk. We must clean the cauliflower well, leaving only the flowers and boil them in the water together with the potato pieces and the milk, until it is tender. Beat everything in the mixer.

Spinach puree. Unless the baby's pediatrician says otherwise, this puree can be consumed by the baby from 6 or 8 months. We will need half a cup of spinach leaves, a medium potato, 2 teaspoons of butter, breast milk or formula, and a pinch of salt. Cook the potato until it is soft. Peel and crush them. In a skillet heat the butter, add the spinach and sauté them. Mix the spinach with the potato and beat everything with the milk. It is done.

Pea puree. Babies will generally be ready to try this puree starting at 5 months of age. To make it we will need 1 can of peas or 100 gr. of fresh or frozen peas, a potato, onion and salt. Mix all the ingredients in a saucepan and let them cook for about 15 minutes. Then, pass everything through the blender, wait to cool and serve.

Wild asparagus puree. If the pediatrician agrees, the baby can try this puree from 6 months. To do this we will need 3 asparagus, a glass of milk and half a potato. Use only the tips of green or white asparagus. Steam them until tender, while the potato is cooked in a saucepan. Then, beat the cooked asparagus and potato together with the milk until we get a very smooth mixture.

Green bean puree. Babies can try this puree, usually from 6 months of age. For this, you need 100 gr. green beans, 50 gr. potato, milk and water. Peel and cut the beans and potato into pieces, and cook everything together with the water for about 15 minutes. Add a little milk and beat everything until you get a homogeneous cream.

Fruit porridges. The jars or compotes are easy to carry and have a very wide variety of flavors that babies like. They are ideal for feeding the baby when the family has to take a trip or eat out. The baby food is ready to drink. Remember that once opened, they should be kept in the fridge and not for more than 48 hours.

Chicken puree. Chicken is the first meat that is introduced into the baby's diet, by the sixth month of life. To do this, we will need a chicken breast clean of fat and skin, onion, carrot and potato. Sauté the onion, then the chopped chicken, carrot and potato, cover with water and cook for about 15 minutes. Reduce the puree, then beat everything with the mixer.

Pureed beef. You can introduce this puree to the baby's diet from 7 or 8 months. To do so, it is necessary to gather about 100 gr. beef, a piece of potato, carrot, zucchini, water, oil and a pinch of salt. Sauté everything in a pan and cover with water. Let cook for about 15 minutes. Then beat everything in the mixer.

Fish puree. From 10 months, fish can be added to the baby's diet. Better start with the white fish (hake, sea bass, sea bream ...), and steam it. After cooking, we must chop it and then add its pieces to a vegetable puree. Be very careful with thorns.

Pure lentils. From 15 months, or as prescribed by your pediatrician, the baby can begin to try legumes. To make this puree you need 3 or 4 tablespoons of lentils, 1 potato, 1 carrot and oil. First sauté with oil and then cook the potatoes and carrots. When it is soft, add the lentils, and when it is ready, beat everything until it is a homogeneous cream.

Video: Baby Food Recipes For 6 Months. Fruit and Vegetable Purees. Porridges. Stage 1 Homemade BabyFood (January 2023).