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Recipes for baby's first porridge



These recipes are ideal for babies who are just starting out with porridge and complementary foods. They are easy to prepare and provide essential nutrients and vitamins.
If milk is with the ingredients, you do not need to add extra fat. Even if your child is just making his first spoonfuls and eating minimal portions, fat in the porridge is not yet needed. If the portions are larger, you should add 8 to 10 g of high quality vegetable oil such as rapeseed or sunflower oil.

Banana purée with rice

Vegetarian
Good source of potassium

Ingredients:
1 small ripe banana
1-2 teaspoons baby rice (from rice flakes)
2 teaspoons of breast milk or milk powder

Crush the bananas to a soft mass. Mix the rice and milk and stir the mixture under the banana. Vary with milk and rice until you reach the consistency you want.

Carrot parsnip puree

Vegetarian
Contains beta-carotene

Ingredients:
1 carrot, peeled and diced
1 parsnip, peeled and diced

Steam the vegetables gently and then puree them in a blender. You can vary the consistency of the mass with boiled chilled water or regular baby milk.

Broccoli and cauliflower puree

Vegetarian
Contains iron and is a good source of vitamin C.

Ingredients:
1 big bud of broccoli
1 big bud of cauliflower

Steam the vegetables softly. Puree it in a blender and vary the consistency of the mixture with boiled chilled water or regular baby milk.

Papaya puree

Vegetarian
Contains beta-carotene and vitamin C.

Ingredient: 1 ripe papaya

Peel and core the fruit and puree or crush with the fork. As you wish, you can add baby rice or a crushed banana for a change.

Süßkartoffelmus

Vegetarian
A good source of beta-carotene

Ingredient: 1 sweet potato

Steam or cook the sweet potato gently. Drain the water and crush the potato well; Add the normal baby milk until you reach the right consistency.

Potato and spinach puree

Vegetarian
Contains iron and is a good source of beta-carotene and vitamin C.

Ingredients:
1 medium potato, peeled and quartered
20 grams (a handful) of spinach

Cook the potato gently in unsalted water. Steam the spinach in a colander over the potato in the last few minutes. Pour off the water, crush the potato with some baby milk.Puree the spinach and add the potato. Vary the consistency of the mixture with boiled chilled water or regular baby milk.

Pear and apple compote

Vegetarian
Contains Vitamin C.

Ingredients:
1 ripe pear, peeled and sliced
1 apple, peeled and sliced

Boil the pear and apple in a saucepan with a teaspoon of water on low heat. Stir occasionally. Purée the fruits afterwards. Avocado kiwi fruit puree Vegetarian
Good source of vitamin E and vitamin C.

Ingredients:
1 half ripe avocado
1 ripe kiwi

Mash the avocado well. Peel and crush the kiwi. Pass the kiwi through a strainer to remove the seeds, then mix with the avocado.

Cantaloupe puree

Vegetarian
Good source of beta carotene and vitamin C.

Ingredients:
A large slice of melon or other melon, gutted

Puree the melons and add some baby rice to thicken the nut.

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