5 Puree & Store Baby Food Recipes
Fruit and vegetable purees can be given to babies after they turn 6 months old. Before introducing any new food, you must consult with a pediatrician.
Purees can be made using a single fruit or vegetable or you can mix them with other purees. Milk or oatmeal can be used for variation as well.
For busy mothers, it can be a task to make purees daily but you can refrigerate them or even freeze them for using later.
How to Freeze Purees
Make any puree and let it cool down completely. These purees can be stored in airtight containers for 3 days. If you want to keep them for longer then freeze them. Purees can be frozen for up to 3 months. For thawing, keep them in the refrigerator overnight. It is better to store purees in form of cubes instead of storing one big batch in a container so that you can use as many cubes as needed.
Here are some Puree And Store Baby Food Recipes-
Wash and peel the carrots. Cut into small chunks. Steam them till they turn tender. Puree using a food processor. You can asdjust the consistency of the puree with water.
Wash the plums. Bring some water to boil in a pan and add in the plums for 45 seconds. Remove from boiling water and immerse in ice cold water immediately. Remove the skin from plums. Slice in half and remove the seed. Cut into slices and puree in a food processor. Use water to get the desired consistency.
You need one peeled apple. Core the apple and cut it into small pieces. Take 2-3 cups of water in a pan and let it come to a boil. Cook the apple chunks in water for 10 minutes or till they become tender. Do not overcook. Drain the water and puree the apples. Adjust the consistency with water.
Wash and cut strawberries into small pieces. If the strawberries are ripe, you can process them now but if they are unripe then steam them for 3 minutes. After steaming wash the strawberries with cold water. Blend in a food processor to make a smooth puree.
Wash and peel a ripe mango. Cut into small cubes. Blend the piece in a food processor. Add water to get the desired consistency.