Here's a delicious recipe to get your baby eating their greens, and great for getting in their vitamins and nutrients! This Asparagus and Mint recipe makes a gorgeous thick and creamy purée, and the mint adds a level of freshness your little one will love. I can guarantee you won't be able to resist having a taste too! Find more delicious and adventurous purée recipes inside the Baby & Family recipe book.
No cooking required, this simple and delicious purée is perfect to offer your little one to increase variety in colour and taste. Both avocados and melons are at peak freshness in the summer months, so be sure to make this for your baby as a refreshing summer meal.
Swede is a great food to introduce to your little ones early on for a few reasons. Here in Ireland, it's usually locally grown, so it is more nutrient dense and beneficial for your baby. Also, swede’s slightly bitter taste is ideal to introduce at a young age so they become comfortable and encouraged to try bitter tastes later on. The combination with apple makes this a meal your little one will love.
Sweet potato is an ideal first food for your weaning baby due to it's natural sweetness and smooth texture when blended. The combined apple in this simple recipes adds another layer of flavour while slightly increasing the texture. Your baby will love this treat!
Broccoli has a slightly bitter taste, so it is good to give your baby early on in weaning. This will help develop your baby’s taste buds to accept bitter food. By roasting the broccoli instead of steaming or boiling, it gives the purée a nice creamy flavour.
Your weaning baby will love this simple yet delicious combination of apples and cinnamon. You can serve this to your little one from 4 months, and when your baby is ready for more texture, simply serve it over some natural yoghurt for a tasty dessert. This recipe is also great when prepared with pears instead of apples.