There’s nothing sweeter to feed a brand new little eater than fresh fruits when they are ripe and in season! Why serve your baby the same old ho-hum applesauce or other single-fruit purée when you can give him or her this creamy, naturally sweet, delicious homemade puree made from a variety of what nature has to offer?
My kids may be way past the baby food stage, but they still love this Mango Blueberry Puree. I frequently put it in their school lunch in place of applesauce. And if my little ones can’t get enough of this vitamin-packed puree, I bet your baby won’t be able to either!
Mango Blueberry Puree
- 1/2 mango, peeled & diced
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 1 banana
Tropical Lassi, maybe? http://b12.ba4.myftpupload.com/2010/03/05/tropical-lassi-program/
I remember seeing a video with blueberries. Like a smoothie. I can’t seem to find it. Is it just in my head? LOL
What a great idea…wish I still had some tiny tots around!
Added some overripe kiwis from my fridge, and then froze the puree in popsicle molds. Yummy, perfect pops!
I bet this would be great in a “green” smoothie. My baby girl and I have been addicted to those lately. Thank you so much for all the great recipes. You really helped me when I first started making her baby food. I never bought any jars of baby “food”!
where did you get the spoon?
Does it freeze well?
Mmmmmmnn can’t wait to try it!
And not only yammie for babies or bigger kids, also for mum and dad with ice cream or on a sandwich! It tastes like a summer holiday! (after a long winter here in Amsterdam)