Sweet potato and Apple Beginner Puree

I can almost guarantee that this baby purée will be welcomed by your little munchkin as it is sweet and light, a great beginner puree that is already suitable from 4 months and onward. a combination of two favourite baby foods, sweetpotato and apples. and see below for more options for this puree for a toddler version.

Delicious sweet potato and apple baby food beginner puree suitable from 4 months +

2-ingredient puree – Sweet potato & apple purée.

simple and super delicious! Great as first food as well. Make Popsicles for your teething baby or toddler of this recipe too, it’s great for soothing soar gums plus it’s yummy enough for them to want to suck on it.


Ingredients:
– 2 small sweet potatoes
– 1/2 Big apple
– Infant formula or breast milk (amount is up to you)


Method:

1. Peel the produce and cut into smaller piece

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2. Steam or boil the produce. Add the sweet potato first and then 5 minutes after add the apples because they cook faster. Cook until it gets soft.

sweet potato and apple beginner puree

3. Blend the produce with some of its own boil water and add the infant milk and serve. If you want to freeze it omit the infant formula as it separates when been frozen.

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❄️ Freezes up till 3 months

 

 

Remember the recommendations says to introduce solids at 6 months unless your health professional says otherwise.

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Post Author: Kawn Al-Jabbouri

8 thoughts on “Sweet potato and Apple Beginner Puree

    Aakriti

    (08.05.2016 - 20:31)

    Hi . Just wanted to ask how much oz of formula milk we should add.
    My baby is 5 months old . And also Apple should be peeled . Thanks

      Admin

      (12.05.2016 - 21:21)

      hello, ffirst yes i would peel the apples for a 5 month old baby just because it that way would be easier to digest. And I would add 2-3 tsp of infant formula or breast milk

      hope it helped

      Best

      Kawn x

    Sarah

    (16.05.2016 - 4:07)

    Hi, I read your Instagram post about adding fat or oil. Wondering, would you reccommend adding oil over formula for this?

      Admin

      (16.05.2016 - 11:43)

      Hi, I would vary between fat and formula 🙂

    Lina Monsalve

    (28.06.2016 - 20:43)

    What fat do you recomed for a 6 month baby that just start solid food?
    Love your recipes!
    Best,
    LM

      Admin

      (01.07.2016 - 15:36)

      hello, thank you that is so pleasing to hear.
      here’s some examples of healthy fat sources:

      Healthy fat sources:
      – Cold pressed canola oil (GMO-free)
      – Grass fed dairy butter (It contains more nutrients)
      – Olive oil
      – Coconut oil
      – Avocado oil (or just avocado)
      – Nut butters (if no allergies and from 6 months and onwards)

      hope it helped

      best

      Kawn

    Theresa

    (11.12.2016 - 22:11)

    Can I make it in larger batches and can or preserve in saled jars? I would of course not add beast milk at that point.

      Admin

      (20.01.2017 - 22:04)

      Hi, yes of course that is a great idea. 3 days in the fridge is the maximum time of preservation in the fridge. however you can freeze it in freezer bag or baby food freezer trays for up to 3 months.

      Best

      Kawn

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