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Purées that go down well

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Nancy54 Sun 24-Mar-13 10:52:19

Has anyone got any good purée ideas? Just started weaning my twins and so far they've had carrot, butternut, sweet potato, broccoli, apple, pear and banana

Beatrixpotty Sun 24-Mar-13 11:47:03

Cooked dried apricot,mashed avocado,cooked dried prunes and combinations of the above eg potato & carrot,carrot & sweet potato,leek & potato..think of sort of things you combine for soup.Anbabel Karmel has a good book just about puréed if going down that route..

JiltedJohnsJulie Sun 24-Mar-13 20:54:47

Have you checked out the MN weaning recipes OP?

LimeFlower Sun 24-Mar-13 21:26:38

avocado/broad beans (bread spread)
carrot/banana/raspberry (pudding)
strawberry/apple/pear (pudding)

ballroomblitz Sun 24-Mar-13 22:00:08

You can puree just about any fruit and veg. Cauliflower, frozen peas, pumpkin, avocado, peach, courgette, dried apricots steeped and cooked then mashed through a sieve (think iirc check to make sure they haven't been treated with sulphur dioxide), red peppers, melon, cherries etc in different combinations. You could add a bit of cheese to some, like broccoli and cauliflower? Once you've got past the intial fruit and veg, fish and chicken are good first meats to try and I remember lentils being used a lot.

As Beatrixpotty said I found the Annabel Karmel books good for when I weaned ds. Well the whole three weeks before he decided he didn't want spoonfed and I had to go BLW.

Nancy54 Mon 25-Mar-13 05:29:56

Thabks everyone! Loads of ideas here!

Will check our mn recipes and Annabel k

Waferthinmint Mon 25-Mar-13 06:33:37

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

gardenpixie32 Thu 28-Mar-13 12:29:43

Mine love papaya, avocado & banana, sweet potato with cinnamon, potato with leeks & peas. I also do mixed root vegetables. Pear and blueberries is a favourite too.

Nancy54 Thu 28-Mar-13 14:42:21

Thanks garden! Do you blend the blueberries or just squish them?

gardenpixie32 Thu 28-Mar-13 18:36:59

I blitz them because of the skin.

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