Chicken is an ideal first meat for babies as it blends well with root vegetables like carrot and sweet potato. This easy one pot chicken recipe would make a good first chicken puree. Frozen vegetables are fine to use as an ingredient when making you baby's puree as they are frozen within hours of being picked, so all the nutrients are locked in. For older babies you can finely chop rather than puree this and mix it with some cooked rice.

Easy One Pot Chicken

Easy One Pot Chicken - Frozen vegetables are fine. For older babies finely chop rather than puree this and mix it with some cooked rice.

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)

The sweet potato, apple juice and peas add a natural sweetness that babies like. The garlic and basil adds flavour which is important since you can't add salt before 1 year of age.

Chicken with Summer Vegetables The sweet potato, apple juice and peas add a natural sweetness that babies like. The garlic and basil adds flavour which is important since you can’t add salt before 1 year of age.

Combining chicken with sweet tasting vegetables like sweet potato, carrot and yellow pepper makes it appealing to babies and this is very easy to prepare.

Combining chicken with sweet tasting vegetables like sweet potato, carrot and yellow pepper makes it appealing to babies and this is very easy to prepare.

Its important that babies grow up liking fish and this is one of my favourite recipes ..the combination of flavours is delicious and it is so easy to prepare.

Fillet of Fish with Carrots & Orange

Tasty Salmon Puree: carrots, topped and tailed and sliced 4 oz salmon fillet, skinned 2 oz orange juice grated Cheddar cheese a knob of butter 2 tbsp milk

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