Roast Pear & Banana Puree Program

I'm not sure who liked this recipe more, Chloe or the rest of the family. This Roast Pear & Banana Puree is naturally sweet and concentrated with fruit flavor. If you decide to prepare this for your baby, make sure to double the recipe because it's addictive no matter how old you are!

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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  • Jen

    This sounds like it would be so good on toast and peanut butter!!

    Jen

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    • EllEhcar

      My children will eat most any veetbagle I prepare and I believe that is due to our growing most of the veetbagles our family consumes. My children have been eating turnips, kale, mustard greens (all the dreaded veggies) since toddlerhood. My kids have actively participated in planting, caring for and harvesting our garden. As a society, we've moved away from the concept of growing our own food. Kids these days think that food comes in boxes, and groceries should stack in the grocery cart. It's this separation between growing and consuming food that has led to a lack of appreciation for whole foods, IMO.

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  • Shanna

    isn't the majority of the pears nutrients in the skin. why wouldn't you leave the skins on?

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    • Bren

      Maybe because babies can choke on the skin

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