Apple With Pineapple. A fruity combination of Apple and Pineapple with Cinnamon for babies 8 months and above.
I am a fruit addict and thankfully I am able to pass that joy of eating fruits to my daughter too. Today she loves all kind of fruits. She happily eats ones, which are sour or tart as well.
Fruits are one of the healthiest options for babies. In this recipe, I have combined, apple and pineapple together and added some cinnamon to it. It’s delicious aroma filled my kitchen while it got cooked, and taste, of course, me and my daughter couldn’t resist.
Pineapples are the wonderful juicy mixture of sweet and tart flavors. They are an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese. They have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as protect the immune system.
Pineapples can be introduced to babies, as early as 8 months, but I had started giving my daughter this delicious fruit after 10 months. While introducing pineapples, always start with just one little piece cooked and pureed. Do not give them raw and cut pineapples. Even small pieces, as babies might get choked.
After an introduction, look for any obvious signs of reactions. For babies who are sensitive to new foods, it’s better to hold it till “First Birthday”. Once babies get adjusted to this fruit, it is a very nutritious addition to a baby’s diet.
Apple With Pineapple
- 1 small Red Delicious Apple
- 2 to 3 smal Pineapple Cubes (frozen)
- A dash of Cinnamon Powder
- 1/2 cup Water
How To Make It:
Wash and cut the apple into pieces.
In a pot add water, apple, pineapple and cinnamon powder.
Cook till fruits get tender.
Once done, mash or run through food processor.
- You can peel the apple skin if you wish. I haven't peeled it, in this recipe.
- You can use fresh pineapple too.
- For babies, it's better to serve pineapple cooked than raw, to reduce its tartness. Once they are past their 1st birthday, it can be served raw and as finger food.
- Do not mix raw pineapple with milk or milk products. It will spoil the milk and pineapple will become bitter.
Talk to your baby’s Pediatrician before starting any new food.
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