Meat puree

(5 Posts)
gg321 Tue 09-Jun-15 21:50:44

If I make a puree for my baby that contains a bit of meat, say I make it in the morning is it ok to give it to them later in the day a warm it a little in a bowl of hot water or should it not be warmed, or eaten at all unless it's made fresh?

soundsystem Tue 09-Jun-15 21:53:14

Are you keeping it in the fridge after you make it? It will keep perfectly safeylu in the fridge for up to two days. Once you take it out, use within two hours.

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gg321 Tue 09-Jun-15 22:14:08

Yes I keep it in the fridge once it's made. So when I take it out can I warm it? Got something telling me I shouldn't re heat once it's cooked or can I?

CultureSucksDownWords Wed 10-Jun-15 20:42:23

I would re-heat it to piping hot, and then cool to a suitable temp for feeding.

grabaspoon Wed 10-Jun-15 20:45:12

When you cook it - cool it then place in the fridge or even freeze it. When re-heating, heat to piping hot and then leave to cool until the right temperature.

I have always reheated puree in the microwave to ensure they are HOT and then cool down to eat.

You can also freeze meat purees.

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