Spinach puree is a great choice for one of the first foods for your little one - it is high in iron, zinc, folate, fibre and vitamins A & K. Try combining it with sweet potato puree for a creamier texture.
With many toddlers getting fussier as they grow, it can often help to make their food look and sound more interesting in quick and easy ways! This vegetarian, and allergy friendly recipe is quick and easy and includes a puree for babies too.
Fish are a healthy and lean source of protein and essential for early brain development. Serve this recipe as a puree, and then as they grow older, serve this in a more chunky style as a healthy pasta sauce or with rice.
This one makes a delicious side dish for the whole family. For toddlers or those doing Baby Led Weaning, this recipe will be perfect for your little ones as is, or simply pop it in the mixing jug and puree for babies too.
If you are having trouble getting your little one to eat veggie purees as they prefer a sweeter flavour, then mixing fruit and veggies together often helps! As you introduce more veggies and fruit into your baby's diet, you can try different combinations too.