Pear Baby Puree Recipe
Pear Baby Puree
1 large pear (340g), peeled, cored and diced
Step 1: Peel, core and chop pears.
Step 2: Steam the diced pears in a stovetop steamer or a Beaba Baby Cook system for about 15 minutes or until soft.
Step 3: Puree the pears in a food processor or blender, using a little of the cooking liquid to get a desired smooth consistency (2 tablespoons). You can also use breast milk or formula to mix with the puree.
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Pear is a great choice to be one of your baby’s first fruits, as it is very rich in nutrients and contains two types of sugar – glucose and fructose. It is rich in fiber and excellent to use for babies with constipation problems. If your baby has food intolerances pear is an allowable food on the elimination diet because it is low in salycilates and amines, and super easy to digest. When introducing pears to your little one, make sure you peel it at first and cook it well. Right in the beginning of starting baby food your baby will have to get used to digesting solid foods so we want to make it as easy as possible and cooking and pureeing it does that.
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