Banana and Avocado Puree for Baby
This kiwi and banana puree for baby is packed full of flavour. This no-cook recipe is simple to make and the tartness of the kiwi fruit combines well with the sweetness of the banana. We’re sure this will be a firm favourite!
2 kiwi fruits peeled and roughly chopped
1 – 2 ripe bananas (depending on size), peeled and roughly chopped
Peel and roughly chop the ripe banana(s);
Peel and roughly chop the kiwi fruit;
Place the chopped kiwi and banana into the jug of your steamer blender and blend until you reach a smooth, lump free consistency;
Portion into reusable baby food pouches;
Serve with a food pouch spoon!
Use immediately or freeze for a minmium of 24 hours. Can be kept frozen for a maximum of 3 months.
Bananas are rich in potassium, vitamins B6, C and B2, contain calcium and iron, and no cholesterol or sodium. Kiwi fruit is rich in vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin E, folate and potassium. It also has a lot of antioxidants and fiber making it an excellent food for growing babies.
Babies are recommended to start on solids around 6 months and not before 4 months. Make sure your baby is showing signs they are ready for solids and that you introduce one food at a time initially, after that you are welcome to mix other fruits or veggies with this recipe!
To find out more about starting your baby out on solids safely read our articles here.
This is a Puree for Baby recipe to make bulk servings based on a 1 x full jug of our baby food maker, alter the quantity to suit your serving needs.
This process is detailed using our baby food processor and re-usable food pouches, you can of course alter to your preferred method for steaming/blending and storing (note: make sure you steam rather than boil to retain the nutrients!)
Step by step process:
1. Peel and roughly chop the ripe banana(s);
2. Peel and roughly chop the kiwi fruit;
3. Place the chopped kiwi and banana into the jug of your steamer blender and blend until you reach a smooth, lump free consistency;
4. Portion into reusable baby food pouches;
5. Serve with a food pouch spoon!
6. Use immediately or freeze for a minmium of 24 hours. Can be kept frozen for a maximum of 3 months.
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We hope you like this Pumpkin and Potato Puree for Baby! If you have doubts related to solids feeding, head to Victoria Government website and learn more!