If it is time to start weaning your baby onto solid foods, you might want to have some good baby puree ideas to refer to. You can make a large batch in one go and freeze smaller portions to use throughout the week.
We have gathered the best baby puree ideas to make and freeze, to ensure your baby is given fresh, healthy food, and that you don’t spend too much time in the kitchen!
Sweet Potato And Pear Puree
Sweet potato and pear on their own are great to puree up for your baby, but together they create a tasty puree meal that is deliciously sweet, and full of good nutrients!
Cook the sweet potato up in the microwave, or on the stove. Do the same with the pear, poaching it until soft. Once both are ready, puree them together and allow to cool.
Blueberry, Banana And Pear Puree
Your baby will absolutely love the fruity flavour of this puree. The blueberries add a tart taste to the puree, and the pear and banana balance out the taste a little more. The pear and banana add good substance to the puree.
Cook the pear until it is soft, and once ready, puree it along with the blueberries and bananas. You do not have to over-blend the puree as all three ingredients are fairly soft, and it is good to have some texture.
Zucchini And Cauliflower Puree
Zucchini and cauliflower puree is great to make if you are wanting to get your baby used to textures from early. The zucchini and cauliflower mix should be mashed instead of pureed, so it still keeps a soft and safe chunky texture for your baby to explore.
Make sure to cook the zucchini and the cauliflower well so that they are soft enough to be mashed by hand. You want them to have some texture, but not to have any hard pieces which could cause a choking hazard.
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