5 Fun Ways of Introducing Nutritious Vegetable Puree to Your Babies


Hello  mommies! 

As a mother  of a 9 month old baby I am constantly on the lookout for creative ways to introduce fruits and vegetables to my baby. 
Last week I made this yummy vegetable puree. And I thought of sharing the recipe with you.

You’ll need these ingredients:-

  • Broccoli
  • Spring onion leaves
  • Tomato
  • Spinach
  • Carrots
  • You can add in some coriander too. 

Make sure you wash them thoroughly.

Add a little water and Cook them in the pressure cooker for about two whistles.

When it cools down, blend them together in a blender.

Your vegetable puree is ready. You can add a little salt if your baby is above 1 year of age.

You can give this to your baby in different ways:

1)Add a spoon in your baby’s dal
2)Make a colourful roti by adding the batter in the dough
3)Just add a little more water and some cow’s ghee to make a delish soup
4)Add cooked porridge or tiny bits of roti for a fuller meal
5)I even tried this puree as a sauce for organic baby pasta

This recipe is an absolute hit with my baby.
Try this and tell me how it fared with your baby!


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Comments (7)

Hii.. nice recipe.. will try for sure... its better to steam the veggies rather than using pressure cooker to lock more nutrients .. #beingmother

This is exactly what I was looking for.

This is so well written.

So nutritious recipe..

This is so well written..... Thanks

Cant we add salt to their puree or porridge if they are below one year?

This is just in time

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