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Purees prepared during the transition period after breast milk to additional foods constitute the most practical and nutritious foods. It is easy to prepare, you have the chance to try many different foods, you can adjust the density according to your baby's tolerance, you can increase the variety of food by creating different combinations. Porridge prepared foods are quite varied, but importantr is. Because during this period, your baby, whose stomach volume is too small, should take the maximum nutrients in small portions. Therefore, the more rich the vegetables and fruits selected, the more nutrients your baby gets. In addition, each baby is different and cannot love and tolerate each food equally. Do not despair, continue to try different foods and mixtures. Homemade mash is easy to prepare. Cook the food, allow to cool a little, mash into the blender. The content of the puree you prepare will depend on your baby's age and your creativity. For example, you should not hesitate to mix apples and sweet potatoes. Also feel free to use breast milk or formula. These two foods will not only increase the nutritional value of the puree, but will also provide your baby with a familiar flavor. Mash preparation step by step1. Start by steaming, baking or boiling the fruit or vegetable. Steaming is the best way to maintain nutritional values. 2. Place the cooked fruit or vegetable in the appliance to prepare. 3. To thin the mash, first add an age-appropriate formula, breast milk or water. 4. Mix the fruit or vegetables in the blender. The most suitable vegetables and fruits for preparing puree are the more meaty and softer ones. Green zucchini, potatoes, carrots, bananas, apples and pears are the most preferred vegetables and fruits. However, some different options with high nutritional value will help to increase the flavor and nutritional value of the foods you prepare. For example, avocado and sweet potatoes are also healthy and alternative starting foods for babies.
Two delicious recipesPUMPKIN (from the 6th month)It is a very good source of vitamin A and beta carotene. It can be consumed as puree, cereals or mixed with yoghurt. It can be flavored by baking with a little butter and cinnamon. Smaller size should be preferred when purchasing. Can be boiled, baked or steamed. However, the nutritional value is most often maintained when baked. When the pumpkin is cooked, it should be consumed or cooled immediately. Suitable for freezing.PEAS (6-8 months)1 cup pea is very rich in nutritional value. It contains vitamin A, calcium, vitamin C and iron. Suitable for puree. Among the green vegetables, it is the right one to start. It is among the least contaminated 15 foods. When choosing peas, fresh and bright colored ones should be preferred. It should be medium sized rather than very large. Steam cooking or boiling is the best cooking method.