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Apple and pear baby food

Apple and pear baby food


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Babies' feeding begins to change after five or six months of life. When the pediatrician has authorized us to do so, we can begin to include in his diet some foods such as vegetable puree or fruit porridge for a snack.

These foods do not replace milk, but are supplements to a diet that must include what fruits provide, such as vitamins, minerals, hydrates, etc. This is perfect for this apple and pear porridge. We teach you how to make a recipe for apple and pear porridge, step by step.

  • 1 apple
  • 1 pear
  • 1 orange
  • Water

Tips: You can add a cookie, as long as it is gluten-free to avoid causing allergies. If you use regular crackers or cereals, wait until the child is at least one year old. If you want you can also add a piece of banana to the porridge.

1. Wash and peel the apple and pear, cut into small pieces. Peel the orange and reserve.

2. Put the apple and pear in a saucepan, add a little water and put on medium heat. The apple will soften and a paste will form. If there is excess water, remove a little.

3. Add the juice of half an orange. If you want the porridge to be thicker, beat everything with the pulp.

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