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Babies like the combination of chicken and fruit. Dried apricots are one of nature's great health foods. They are a good source of betacarotene, iron and potassium and the drying process increases their concentration. They also make great finger food, This is good by itself or you can mix with 4 tablespoons of cooked rice or pasta.

Fruity Chicken with Apricot Puree

Learn how to make this apricot chicken baby food recipe. This simple and nutritious recipe is recommended for babies 6 months of age and older.

This braised beef recipe makes a good introduction to red meat.

Braised Beef with Sweet Potato Puree

Braised Beef with Sweet Potato Purée butter or margarine 1 leek, washed and sliced (approx. braising steak, cut into cubes 1 tablespoon flour button mushrooms, sliced sweet potato, peeled and chopped 250 ml chicken stock Juice of 1 orange (about 120 ml)

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Eat Your Greens Puree

NUK Fresh Foods - Freezer Tray this looks like a smart idea. holds a bit more than the ice cube tray ;

A good way to introduce texture is to mix in small pasta shapes. Babies prefer an overall lumpy, soft texture rather than surprise lumps.

My First Beef Bolognese

FIRST BEEF BOLOGNESE. A good way to introduce texture is to mix in small pasta shapes. Babies prefer an overall lumpy, soft texture rather than surprise lumps.

Babies are pretty open to accepting new tastes between the age of 6 and 12 months, but tend to become more fussy towards the end of the first year, so use this opportunity to introduce new flavours like this Moroccan-style tagine.

Tasty Beef Tagine with Sweet Potato


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