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This Season's Fruits: 5 Ways Both You And You Baby Can Enjoy Them

There are so many delicious dishes you can make with fruits. And since a few fruits are seasonal, it is best to make the dishes accordingly. We have included recipes that require the mighty mango, sweet kiwi, juicy watermelon, nutritious papaya and tangy pineapple.

Enjoy these dishes with your near and dear ones and especially your favourite little one.

1. Mango puree

Here’s what you need: 1 mango, yoghurt and a blender.

Here’s what you have to do:

1. Cut the mango into small chewable pieces. Now divide that into two.

2. Put one-half into a blender and the other half in the serving bowl.

3. Now puree the half that is put in the blender.

4. Pour the pureed mango into the serving bowl above the cut mango pieces.5. Now add a little bit of that thick, creamy and sweet

5. Now add a little bit of that thick, creamy and sweet yoghurt on top.

Serve and eat immediately.

2. Watermelon and cream

Here’s what you need: Half a watermelon, some fresh whipping cream, plump blueberries and dark chocolate chips.

Here’s what you have to do:

1. Cut the watermelon into little circles (or any shape you like). Make sure they are not too big or too small.

2. Put some whipping cream on all the watermelon pieces.

3. Now put them on top of each other.

4. Top it off with blueberries and chocolate chips as decorations.

3. Kiwi drink

Here’s what you need: 1 kiwi, 1 banana, a handful of blueberries, sugar (optional) and 2 spoons of yoghurt.

Here’s what you have to do:

1. Cut the kiwi, banana and blueberries into small pieces.

2. Blend them well in a blender.

3. Add yoghurt and sugar if you want.

4. Put it in a glass and top it off with a few pieces of the fruit if there is some left.

4. Papaya ice cream smoothie

Here’s what you need: Half a papaya, juicy orange, milk and vanilla ice cream.

Here’s how to make it:

1. Take the ice cream out of the freezer for it to soften a little bit.

2. Cut the papaya into small pieces and blend it with a few tiny chunks left in it.

3. Add milk and squeeze some fresh orange juice in it.

4. Then add ice cream to it. You do not need to add any sugar to it as it is already sweet.

This dish is best served cold.

5. Pineapple pops

Here’s what you need: Half a pineapple, 1 ½ cup of milk, one lemon and popsicle sticks.

Here’s how to make it:

1. Cut the pineapple into small pieces and blend it till it comes to a liquid form.

2. Now add a little bit of lemon juice to it.

3. Pour this mixture into the popsicle mould and freeze it overnight.

Have a perfect summer afternoon with this treat!

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