July Produce List + Recipes

July Produce List along with recipes are here.

July Produce List + Recipes- Easy Baby Meals-www.easybabymeals.com

Hello everyone. Summer is in full swing. Markets are full of freshest summer produce. Today I am sharing with you all the July Produce List and Recipes that go with summer fruits and vegetables.

First of all, my apologies for not showing up for a long time. I didn’t post a recipe in June. For me that month was chaotic. All of us in the family were unwell.

Nursing everyone back to health along with myself was the only tasked I focused. Blogging and recipe creation took a back seat.

Finally, we all made through and decided we needed a break from the routine. So we took a week-long vacation to California.

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Now I am back and ready to take up everything with a new zest.

In today’s post, I have talked about July Produce and the age at which you can introduce particular fruits and vegetables.

Let’s go through the July Produce List first.

July Produce List- Easy Baby Meals-www.easybabymeals.com

 

With July Produce List in hand, let’s see what we can give to our little ones at each month. Introducing new food to little ones is a challenge, so always consult your pediatrician.

When To Give- July Produce- Easy Baby Meals-www.easybabymeals.com

 

The above-given chart is based on what I gave my daughter after consulting her Pediatrician. Every individual child is different, so what worked for me may not work for you.

It’s always better to talk to your pediatrician before introducing new foods, especially if your child suffers from allergies.

Keeping this in mind, let’s go through the details of When To Give:

6 Months +

Apricots, Pears, Peas, Summer Squash and Yukon Gold Potatoes

These delicious fruits and vegetables are in season, and they can make a great starter food for your little ones. They are easy to digest and are packed with essential nutrients. Creating a simple puree and mixing it with baby cereal can make a delicious meal for your little one. Potatoes can build an excellent base for your purees and soups.

8 Months +

Beets, Cantaloupe, Cucumber, Figs, French Beans, Peaches, Watermelon and Zucchini.

Beets, French Beans, and Zucchini works excellently as add-on vegetables to your daily vegetable puree.  Shredded cucumber with yogurt can make a healthy summer meal for your little one at this age. Cantaloupe and Watermelon are a no-cook option for your little ones. Just puree them or turn them into a smoothie. Figs too, make a great combination for your fruit puree. Try adding it to the breakfast oatmeal.

10 Months +

Avocados, Blackberries, Blueberries, Cherries, and Strawberries.

I introduced berries at ten months. Since they are quite acidic, at times babies might end up getting a diaper rash. So to be on a safer side, I waited till she was ten months.

In case of Avocados, I tried introducing her to this healthy fruit at seven months of age, but sadly she didn’t like the texture and developed a rash. So I waited till ten months of age to introduce it again to her, which worked.

For cherries, I only gave her the pulp in purees. For that, I took out the pit and added flesh to her food. Cherries with pit are a choking hazard. So Never Give Cherries With Pit to your little ones at this early age.

1 Year +

Bell Peppers, Corn, Eggplant, Grapes, Kale and Tomatoes

I introduced raw tomatoes to my baby after her one year birthday. When she as actually able to chew the little tomato pieces.

For rest of the vegetables too, I waited till her one year birthday before introducing them to her daily diet.

Every individual child is different, so what worked for me may not work for you.

It’s always better to talk to your pediatrician before introducing new foods, especially if your child suffers from allergies.

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With this information in hand, let’s go through some of the recipes.

  • 6 Months +

Apple With Dried Apricots

Apple With Dried Apricot- Easy Baby Meals-www.easybabymeals.com

 

  • 8 Months +

Beets Carrot Pureè

Beet Carrot Puree- Easy Baby Meals-www.easybabymeals.com

 

  • 10 Months +

Berry Yogurt Popsicles

Berry Yogurt Popsicles- Easy Baby Meals-www.easybabymeals.com

 

  • 1 Year +

Spinach Corn Tikkis 

Spinach Corn Tikkis- Easy Baby Meals-www.easybabymeals.com

 

Dried Figs And Chia Jam

Dried Figs And Chia Jam- Easy Baby Meals

This concludes our today’s post.

Share this information with your loved ones and with your fellow parents. They will like it.

What are you giving to your little ones this month? Let me know in comments.

Talk to you all soon.

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Disclaimer:

The views presented in this article are the personal experiences of the writer. Every baby is different. Please use Caution before introducing new foods into your baby’s diet. Always consult your Pediatrician.


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3 comments

  1. Barbara Reeves says:

    Hi, I am a mother of one year old baby. I am always try to make some new recipe for my baby. This time I found you and these are look yummy. I will make it at my home for my baby. Hope so my baby also love it. Thanks for the giving me a opportunity.

  2. Lebenswert Stage 1 says:

    Thanks for providing such useful information. My baby love to eat different flavour of fruits as my kid is only of 8 months. So I just give him by making fruit recipes. My baby really love its taste and its nutritious too.
    Love your post. Hope you will update more blogs soon.

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