Monday, October 07, 2013

Baby Rizqy 1st Solid food

Baby Reez already 6months
Its the time to intoduce him solid food
So, Mummy will share puree recipe for 6 months babies...
Try yaa!

1. Peel, core and cut apple into slices/chunks.
2. Steam until tender;
    Mummy choose to steam the apples to retain the most of their nutrients.
    Boiling apples in a scant amount of water is another way to cook apples. 
   Apples are very juicy and will seem to "boil down" as you are steaming or boiling them.

3. Blend the steamed apples until smooth puree
4. Place into your choice of appliance for pureeing and begin pureeing.

Very Easy Peasy.

Apples are a great choice for one of an infant's first food. 

They are easy to prepare, easy to digest and are full of nutrients. 

Apples are also very versatile and may be added to almost any baby recipe.

You can mix apples with cereals, veggie purees, with meat purees and use them in teething biscuit recipes, in healthy cake recipes, in yogurt and mixed with other fruits also. 

Apples are also great when frozen, added to a Baby Safe Feeder and used as a teething eliever. 
This recipie is from Annabel Karmel's 'Baby and Toddler Food Diary". 
Anna Karmel  is the UK's best-selling author of books on baby and children's food and nutrition. 
Both apples and pears make a good first food for babies, because these fruits are unlikely to cause an allergy. 
They also contain the soluble fibre pectin, which helps little bowels to start processing solids efficiently.

• Preparation: 5 minutes
• Cooking: 6–8 minutes
• Makes 400ml (14fl oz)
• Provides folate and vitamins B2 and C
• Suitable for freezing

2 eating apples, peeled, cored, and chopped
2 ripe pears, peeled, cored, and chopped

Put the fruit into a heavy-based saucepan with 5 tbsp water. 
Cover and cook over a low heat for 6–8 minutes until tender. 
Blend to a smooth puree.
Ok then, Mummy will share another puree recipie in the next entry


Baby Reez enjoy his apple puree so much!
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