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6 Amazing Puree Recipes For 8 Months+ Babies (Video)

Mommies are always looking for new and exciting things to feed their infants, after all, their taste buds are developing and looking for new foods to get their hands and mouths on. Instead of the same old carrot and banana mashes, here are a few amazing recipes that you won’t be able to wait to try and see if your baby likes them.

The video and the recipes are a courtesy of c4cooking (Youtube channel) 

Rice, cauliflower, and Swede

Ingredients -

1. 2 spoons of rice

2. 1/4 cup chopped cauliflower

3. 1/4 cup chopped swede

4. Water - 3 cups

Method -

Step 1 - Wash the rice thoroughly and add it to a pan containing 3 cups of water. Also, add the chopped swede to the water and rice.

Step 2 - Wash the cauliflower and then chop it before adding it to the pan.

Step 3 - Place the pan with a lid on top of the burner and let it boil.

Step 4 - Cook it for about 20 minutes and then take it off the stove.

Step 5 - Mash it will a spoon or a blender to get a puree that your little one is sure to enjoy.

Rice, ladyfinger, and carrot

Ingredients -

1. 2 spoons of rice

2. 1/4 cup of ladyfinger

3. 1/4 cup of carrot

4. Water - 3 cups

Method -

Step 1 - Wash the rice and add it to a pan which has water into which peeled and chopped carrots are also added.

Step 2 - Snip the head and tail of the ladyfinger and chop the rest of the body into small pieces and add it to the pan.

Step 3 - Place the pan with a lid on top of the burner and let it boil.

Step 4 - Cook it for a few more minutes and then blend/mash it to get a smooth paste-like consistency.

Rice, broccoli and moong dal

Ingredients -

1. 2 spoons of rice

2. 1/4 cup of broccoli

3. 1 Tablespoon of moong dal

4. Water - 3 cups

Method-

Step 1- Add the washed rice and dal into the pan.

Step 2 - Rinse the broccoli like you would a cauliflower and then chop it before adding it to the pan.

Step 3 - Let it cook for a few minutes and then mash the contents using a blender to a smooth puree.

Watch the video above to get a better understanding of how to prepare these recipes and how you can store them. 

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