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Mango and banana puree

The gentle flavors of tropical mango and banana are easy on young stomachs, making them a preferred choice for initial weaning. Select mature, organic fruits to create this fresh mixture. If you prefer, you can stick to just mango or banana. Both fruits are excellent to include in vegetable purees for some natural sweetness or...

Butternut squash puree

Butternut squash, a nutritious vegetable rich in antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins, is an excellent choice for your baby’s diet. You can use any other type of winter squash as a substitute by following the same cooking method.

Yogurt and berries swirl

This delicious fruit mash is ideal for swirling into smooth yogurt, providing a tempting way to introduce your little one to dairy. Choose Greek yogurt as it contains more protein than regular yogurt and avoid any additional flavors or sugar. Since yogurt can be a potential allergen, it’s best to wait until your baby has...

Green pea puree

Naturally, sweet peas make for a convenient first food for your little one – no need for chopping, and they cook to a vibrant green color in just a few minutes. If you can access fresh peas from your local farmer’s market, simply remove the shells and add 2 minutes to the cooking time.

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