Since weelicious launched, the funniest comment I’ve heard was “I love the recipes, but some of them look regurgitated”. Come on now, they’re purees, what do you expect? We were all babies once and we all ate soft and silky purees.
I can only imagine the comments I’ll hear after posting this recipe, but trust me, it’s delicious and nutritious. Kenya didn’t miss a beat when I fed it to him for the first time.
Greens are essential for babies and toddlers, especially broccoli and spinach which are high in beta-carotene, folic acid, iron and vitamin C. By steaming instead of boiling the vegetables, you save over 1/2 the water soluble vitamins that you would lose by submerging them in hot water.
We used these to make this recipe_
Spinach & Broccoli Puree
- 1 cup broccoli florets and peeled stems
- 2 cups spinach, packed or 16 ounce bag frozen
[…] produced: 13 oz. from 1 bunch of spinach and 2 heads of broccoli Recipe or preparation: I made Spinach and Broccoli Puree from Weelicious. Normally, I like to introduce the new food on its own at first, but I think that […]
Thank you so much for this, was looking for something exactly like this to put on top of salmon.