Ingredients

DISCLAIMER: Within this recipe we have used the Red Tractor Creamy Honey Oats. No, I am not sponsored by anyone to recommend this product. This is the only wheat free oats I could find in either Woolworths or Coles.

  1. Wash, peel, and cut the apple into small pieces.
  2. In a saucepan, add oats and twice the amount of water.
  3. Bring the mixture to a boil, then reduce heat and let simmer.
  4. Add the apple pieces, cover, and cook until both the oats and apple are soft.
  5. Allow the mixture to cool, then blend until smooth.
  1. Wash, peel, and cut the apple into small pieces.
  2. Add oats and twice the amount of water into the TM Bowl.
  3. Bring the mixture to a boil by setting the timer for 5 Minutes/Veroma/Speed 1 then reduce heat to 75 degrees and let simmer.
  4. Add the apple pieces, cover, and cook for a further 5 minutes/75 degrees/Speed 1 (reverse) until both the oats and apple are soft.
  5. Allow the mixture to cool, then blend until smooth (or clumpy, whatever stage your bub is at).
  1. Wash, peel, and cut the apple into small pieces.
  2. Add fruit and half the sachet of oats to the steamer basket.
  3. Set the timer to 10 minutes.
  4. Add fruit and oats to the blender jug.
  5. Blend mixture for 5-10 seconds (time will depend on how smooth or chunky you’d like it).
  6. Allow the mixture to cool before serving to baby.

Stepping Into Solids: Your Baby's First Foods

Introduce your baby to wholesome solids with our home-cooked apple oats mix, an easy and nutritious DIY method. The combination of apple and oats provides a great blend of fruit and grains, perfect for intolerant babies.

The Benefits of Apple and Oats

The natural sweetness of apples combined with the wholesome goodness of oats makes this puree a nutritious choice. Rich in fibre, vitamins, and essential minerals, this mixture is especially gentle on the stomach of intolerant babies.

How to Store Your Puree

You can refrigerate this puree for up to 48 hours, or freeze it in small portions for longer storage. This method ensures a quick and easy meal, particularly for intolerant babies.

Final Thoughts: A Healthy Foundation

By introducing your baby to nutritious, homemade meals like apple and oats puree, you’re laying a foundation for lifelong healthy eating habits. This is especially crucial for intolerant babies, who may need a more carefully monitored diet.

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