Plum Baby Puree
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Homemade Plum Baby Puree Recipe for Little Mashies reusable food pouches
2 cups fresh plums, diced and seeded
Step 1: Cut plums into small pieces.
Step 2: Steam the diced plums in a stovetop steamer or a Beaba Baby Cook system.
Step 3: Puree the plums in a food processor or blender. You will not need to add any liquid. To get a thicker and creamier consistency you could mix it with a little avocado if your baby has tried avocado before.
For Older Kids
For older kids you could try making this in an oven safe dish with a crumble on top... omg delicious! This porridge is also fine to serve and freeze inside Little Mashies squeeze containers.
Why is plum a great baby food choice?
Rich in fiber, Vitamin A and Vitamin C, plums are an interesting fruit to give to your baby in their first year. The high level of fiber helps in maintaining bowel regularity and constipation but plums should be really well cooked in the beginning months of introducing solids to your baby. If you make and freeze a lot of plum puree you can use it to sweeten other vegetables and meals that need a bit of flavour. Your frozen plum puree will never go to waste. Even now when Ariella is almost 5 we use frozen plum puree in smoothies and with frozen banana to make our own ice-cream!
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