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Ingredients

  • 2 ripe mangoes
Mango Puree Nutrition Table

Mango Puree Nutrition Table

  1. Wash the mangoes under cool water.
  2. Peel the mangoes and remove the seed.
  3. Chop the mango flesh into small pieces.
  4. Put the pieces into a blender.
  5. Blend until smooth, adding a bit of water if needed.
  6. The puree can be served immediately
  1. Wash the mangoes under cool water.
  2. Peel the mangoes and remove the seed.
  3. Chop the mango flesh into small pieces.
  4. Put the pieces into a the TM Bowl.
  5. Blend on Speed 5/20 Seconds, adding a bit of water if needed.
  6. The puree can be served immediately
  1. Wash the mangoes under cool water.
  2. Peel the mangoes and remove the seed.
  3. Chop the mango flesh into small pieces.
  4. Put the pieces into a the Blender bowl.
  5. Blend for 20 Seconds, adding a bit of water if needed.
  6. The puree can be served immediately

Baby Mango Puree: Vibrant, Nutritious & Adaptable Baby Food

Starting your bub on solid foods is a ripper milestone for many Aussie parents. If your little one has a hard time with certain foods, this stage can be a bit of a sticky wicket. Thankfully, tucker like baby mango puree can be a healthy and joyful option for your tot.

Chock-a-block with Nutrients

Mangoes are packed to the rafters with key vitamins and minerals that are good for your bub’s growth. They’ve got heaps of Vitamin A, which helps with eye health. Plus, they’re loaded with Vitamin C, which is a top-notch bodyguard against germs. Mangoes also contain Vitamin E, which is a winner for building strong immunity. And they’re a great source of dietary fibre, which helps with digestion.

Easy as Pie to Digest

Mangoes are a beaut first food for bubs, especially for those who struggle with certain foods. When you puree them, they have a soft, smooth texture that makes them easy to swallow and digest. This means less risk of choking and tummy troubles.

Safe as Houses for Bubs

Finding safe and nutritious food options can be a bit of a challenge when your little one has food troubles. Luckily, mangoes are naturally hypoallergenic, meaning they rarely cause reactions. But remember, always introduce any new food in small amounts and keep an eye out for any signs of a bad reaction like a rash or tummy upsets.

Broadens Your Bub’s Tastes

Mangoes have a unique sweet and tangy flavour that can help broaden your bub’s tastes. Getting them to try a variety of flavours early on helps them become less fussy eaters as they grow older.

Watch Out for Potential Issues

While mangoes are generally safe and good for bubs, it’s best to have a yarn with a paediatrician before introducing them, especially for bubs with food troubles. Some bubs might find the high fibre content of mangoes a bit hard to digest at first, leading to runny poo. Always start with a small amount and slowly increase.

Wrap Up

Mango puree is a great addition to a bub’s diet, even for those with food troubles. Its great nutritional profile, safety for bubs with food issues, and ease of digestion make it a top choice for bubs starting on solids. Always remember to introduce new foods one at a time to keep an eye out for potential reactions and have a chat with your paediatrician if you’re worried.

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