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Stage one 4m+

When deciding which fruits and vegetables to offer, first think about the fruits and vegetables you eat most as a family.

The long-term objective is to have baby join family meals, so it makes sense to use ingredients that make it regularly to the dinner table. It is important to offer a variety of tastes as this will provide the broadest array of nutrients and will help develop baby’s palate.

Making your own fresh vegetables and fruit purees is easy. Try these simple recipes to introduce your baby to their first foods.

 

Carrot Puree

Carrot Puree | Stage 1

INGREDIENTS

• 7 oz. carrots

METHOD

Wash, peel and chop the carrots, add to the Quick-Cook and steam for 15 minutes.

Stir in nutrient rich water and blend for 2 minutes to create a smooth puree.

 

Peas

Pea Puree | Stage 1

INGREDIENTS

• 7 oz. Peas

METHOD

Wash the peas, add to the Quick-Cook and steam for 15 minutes.

Stir in nutrient rich water and blend for 2 minutes to create a smooth puree.

 

Apple

Apple Puree | Stage 1

INGREDIENTS

• 7 oz. Apple

METHOD

Wash, peel and chop the apple, add to the Quick-Cook and steam for 15 minutes.

Stir in nutrient rich water and blend for 2 minutes to create a smooth puree.

 

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