No Cook Baby Food- Stage 1

April 30, 2019

 

When my son was approaching the recommended age to begin solids, I began researching various baby foods and recipes.  When perusing the baby-food aisle, at various supermarkets, I noticed that some of the most simple purees have unnecessary ingredients and of course, they are fairly pricey.

 

I started Aidan off with some simple purees like the one I have mentioned below. My husband and I quite enjoyed feeding him those first few tastes of food. He didn’t fancy bananas for about 6 months until I let him bite into a banana I was eating. I guess he did not like its mashed consistency.

 

Now I know that finding the time to prepare baby foods may be challenging, but with the below recipes, it takes only minutes!  With a little effort and preparation, you can create tasty, all natural and healthy foods for your baby.

 

Below are a few no cook food options that I used:-

 

STAGE 1 FOODS

 

1. Prune Puree

Simply put the desired amount of seedless prunes in a bowl of hot water and leave to steep. After they have become soft and plump, scoop out the pulp with a spoon and puree to the desired consistency.

 

 

2. Banana Puree

Peel a ripe banana the mash with a fork to the desired consistency.

 

3. Avocado Puree

Peel avocado then mash with a fork to the desired consistency.

 

 

4. Mango Puree

Peel a ripe mango then mask with a fork to the desired consistency.

 

 

5. Watermelon Juice

Cut watermelon into slices then blend to desired consistency. Initially, Aidan did not enjoy drinking water so he got a significant amount of water from watermelon.

 

Disclaimer

Please note that I am not a certified professional and it is advised to check with your paediatrician prior to introducing foods to your baby.

 

 

Vasanti Maharaj is a Work at Home Mom to a June 2017 baby boy! Her life currently revolves around him…(sorry husband, lol) and so she decided to share her adventures and misadventures in motherhood. She hopes that these experiences and tips are helpful. Follow her @mummyhood_and_things.

 

 

 

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