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Ingredients

  • 2 ripe pears
  • 2 sweet apples

  1. Peel & chop the fruit.
  2. Put the fruit into a heavy based saucepan with the water & cover.
  3. Simmer over a low heat for 6 minutes or until tender.
  4. Blend until smooth.
  5. Serve with breast milk or formula if serving as First Foods Breakfast.
  1. Peel & chop the fruit.
  2. Add 1L of water to the TM Bowl.
  3. Put the fruit into the Steamer Basket and place into the TM bowl.
  4. Boil the water for 15 minutes/Speed 1 or until tender.
  5. Empty contents into the TM Bowl and blend for 20 seconds/speed 6 until smooth.
  6. Serve with breast milk or formula if serving as First Foods Breakfast.
  1. Peel & chop the fruit.
  2. Add fruit to the steamer basket and set time for 10 minutes or until tender.
  3. Blend until smooth.
  4. Serve with breast milk or formula if serving as First Foods Breakfast.

Baby's First Foods: Easy and Nutritious Apple and Pear Puree

Setting the Stage: Baby’s First Culinary Journey

Begin your baby’s culinary journey with a tasty, home-cooked apple pear blend, made simple with our DIY method. This combination is a natural choice for baby’s first foods due to its sweet flavour and easy digestibility, making it ideal even for intolerant babies.

Why Choose Apple and Pear?

Apples and pears, each filled with essential nutrients like Vitamin C and dietary fibre, are often favoured by parents and paediatricians for babies’ early dietary introduction. Notably, they are gentle on the stomach, beneficial for intolerant babies.

Creating Your Homemade Apple and Pear Puree

Whipping up a batch of apple and pear puree at home is not only easy but also rewarding.

Storage Tips for the Puree

You can store the apple and pear puree in the refrigerator for up to 48 hours. For longer storage, freeze it in small portions and defrost as needed. This ensures a ready supply of healthy food, particularly important for intolerant babies.

In Conclusion: Fostering Healthy Eating Habits

Introducing your baby to solid foods with wholesome, home-cooked meals like apple and pear puree is a great way to foster healthy eating habits. This is especially critical for intolerant babies, whose dietary options may be more limited.

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