Sweet Potato Puree with a tint of Apple Sauce (Starter foods 6-month-old)

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An oldie but a goodie that never fails. Try this for your 6-month-old, 😀.

It’s quite interesting how you can come up with exciting blends of purées using staple ingredients you always have in your pantry.

That’s what I love about homemade baby food, you have a wide range of interesting and delicious food options rather than being stuck with off-the-shelf cereals, which to me can be kind of boring.

Take a look at our recipe today—who would have guessed that sweet potato with a hint of apple could be so flavorful, I practically had to give some to my daughter before I ate it all?

It’s a perfect starter purée for your little one. It sure looks and tastes very creamy.

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Tips: You can blend your potatoes in a batch and store in your freezer.
You can then thaw 12-24hours before use and steam to get it warm.

Age: This purée is suitable for babies from 6 months

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Sweet Potato Puree with a tint of Apple Sauce (Starter foods 6-month-old)

Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 20 min Total Time 20 mins Servings: 4 Best Season: Suitable throughout the year

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Peel and cut the sweet potatoes and apples into small chunks.
  2. Place the sweet potato chunks into a steam basket, place the basket over some water in a deep pot. Allow to steam until its soft.
  3. Add the apple chunks into the steaming potatoes, so that the apple can get steamed also.
    If you don't have a steaming basket, you can cook the sweet potatoes in water, then add the apples when the potatoes is soft.
  4. Once both are tender, allow to cool and place into a blender.
  5. Add some milk ether (breastmilk for baby formula) blend until its very smooth.
    If you are preparing in bulk, don't add the milk. You can always add milk when you are ready to feed your baby.
Keywords: starter foods, sweet potato for babies, baby food, first foods

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Rachelle-Joanne

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Hi, I'm Rachelle-Joanne, a part-time food blogger, mother of 2 beautifulkids and a lovely wife. I live inLagos with my family. Loves traveling, sharing new recipes, and spending time with my family.

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