No cook baby puree with mango

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no cook baby puree made with ripe mango banana and strawberries for a delicious fruity breakfast

If you love making baby fresh purees with fruit and vegetables, then this might be a recipe for you.
 
We’ve all had mornings where we haven’t slept and are rushing around trying to do a million things. Making purees from scratch can take time and some days we fall behind and realise that we don’t have time to cook the puree for baby’s brekkie.
 
This no cook baby puree recipe means you can just pop all the fruit in a blender and whiz it together to make a delicious fruity meal for baby.
 
And while you’re at it why not make some extra for yourself as well to enjoy as a breakfast smoothie?

 

Summary

Time: 5 minutes
Ages: Babies (9m+) to Toddlers
Difficulty: Easy peasy
Makes: 2 bowls

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How to prepare a no cook baby puree

These instant purees mean that you can just chop the ingredients and pop them in a blender with some water. A few seconds later you should have a bowl of freshly blended puree.

Some things to keep in mind are that the fruit all needs to be ripe, so that it’s soft and sweet. And all fruit needs to be well washed before using it.

As this recipe includes 3 different fruits, for very young babies we always recommend giving baby each ingredient on its own first, before using it in a combined puree like this.

This is to check for any allergies. Strawberries in particular are a food that can cause allergic reactions.

Give baby a little of each new ingredient first, at a time when they will be awake for a few hours after the meal, and check if there are any adverse reactions. If not then you can continue to offer this food to baby on its own or in combinations with other foods that they have tried.

Ingredients

  • 1 banana
  • ⅓ large mango, ripe
  • 4 strawberries, trimmed

 

Instructions

  1. Wash the strawberries thoroughly and peel the banana and mango.
  2. Chop into rough cubes.
  3. Place in a mixer and blend. Slowly add some sterilised water or some of baby’s usual milk until you get a smooth puree at the consistency that your baby likes.
  4. Serve for a fruity breakfast or mid-morning meal.

No cook baby puree with mango – our step by step guide:

 

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no cook baby puree made with ripe mango banana and strawberries for a fruity breakfast
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Peel and chop your fruit

Being a no cook baby puree, this recipe has very few steps in it as it’s so easy.

First make sure that you have ripe fruit. The mango especially must be soft and right to make a nice sweet puree.

Then simply peel and chop the fruit. Add it to a blender.

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Add a little water or baby’s usual milk

Blend the ingredients together. Then slowly add some sterilised water if necessary, or some of baby’s usual milk if you prefer.

Blend again and keep adding until you get the desired consistency.

Enjoy this fruity, instant puree

You could even make some extra for yourself to enjoy as a breakfast smoothie!

no cook baby puree made with ripe mango banana and strawberries for a delicious fruity breakfast

 

no cook baby puree made with ripe mango banana and strawberries for a delicious fruity breakfast

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No cook baby puree with mango

If you love making baby fresh purees with fruit and vegetables, then this might be a recipe for you.

This no cook baby puree recipe means you can just pop all the fruit in a blender and whiz it together to make a delicious fruity meal for baby.

And while you’re at it why not make some extra for yourself as well to enjoy as a breakfast smoothie?

Course Breakfast
Cuisine British
Keyword baby weaning puree recipe, banana and strawberry puree, banana puree, mango puree, no cook baby puree
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings 2 bowls
Author Mas & Pas

Equipment

  • Blender

Ingredients

  • 1 banana
  • large ripe mango it must be soft
  • 4 strawberries trimmed

Instructions

  • Wash the strawberries thoroughly and peel the banana and mango.
  • Chop into rough cubes.
  • Place in a mixer and blend. Slowly add some sterilised water or some of baby’s usual milk until you get a smooth puree at the consistency that your baby likes.
  • Serve for a fruity breakfast or mid-morning meal.
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