Lifestyle - Food | 0-18 yrs

Easy-to-do Puree Recipes For 6-8 Months Babies

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Has your child reached 6 months? Then, it is time for you to introduce your baby's taste buds to a variety of fruits, vegetables and spices. 

Purees are relatively safe for babies and they can be fed with different fruits and vegetables depending on the age of your baby. Parents can also add fruits to the purees to give them that tinge of sweetness for babies. Plus, purees are easy on the stomach of babies, making it an ideal food.

Also, purees mixed with vegetables and tubers become loaded with antioxidants and carbohydrates. This helps in the healthy development and growth of your child.  

Try out these puree recipes mentioned in the ClipBook for your baby.


Mixed Root Vegetable Purée

Children may like some vegetables and detest some. It is always a good idea to blend both these vegetables and feed your child even before they are old enough to choose. Mixed root vegetable purée is packed with healthy vegetables for your little ...

Carrot, Apple And Pomegranate Puree

Try this orange coloured baby puree bursting with nutrients such as pomegranates, antioxidants, vitamin C and K. Carrots also have bete-carotnene which are good your eyes and skin of your baby.

Papaya And Mango Puree

Papaya and mango are two best things together! They even complement each other well in flavour, colour, and reinforce the vitamin A content doubly well! The papaya and mango purée is easy to swallow and digest.

Avocado, Banana And Mango Puree

Try out this creamy and healthy delight with the goodness of avocado, banana and mango. Blend it to the consistency with respect to your child's age.

Pear, Oats, Dates And Cloves Puree

Blend those healthy pear, oats, dates and cloves to make a healthy brown puree for your little one.

Bean, Pea And Potato Puree

Take peas and mash with another green friend: beans. It is easy to make and is a great way to add more calcium, vitamin C and vitamin K to your baby’s diet.

Apple And Pear With Cinnamon Puree

Easy for little tummies to digest, apple and pear is an ideal first food combo. Choose apples like Pink Lady or Royal Gala for a sweet taste.

Sweet Potato, Carrot And Apricot

Children usually do not like the taste of roots and apricots. However, they contain high potassium, carbohydrate, vitamin C and antioxidants. They are also easy to digest by little children.

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