November Produce List + Recipes

Wondering what’s in season this month? Here’s is the list of November Produce along with recipe suggestions for your little ones and family.

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

 

Hello everyone. It’s November already, and we will be surrounded by wrapping papers and ribbons in no time. The days after Halloween go too fast. Isn’t it?

With November comes this month’s produce. The freshest fruit and vegetables are available in the market. So let’s go through the November Produce List. Along with When To, Introduce those fruits and vegetables to your little ones.

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

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

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The above-given chart is base 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:

When To Give November Fruits And Vegetables

6 months:

Apple, Sweet Potatoes, and Winter Squash:

These three are the tastiest starter food to digest for young tummies. Filled with essential nutrients, they are the perfect foods to introduce to your little ones. Steaming them and turning them into puree can make a delicious meal.

8 Months:

Beets, Broccoli, Cantaloupe, Corn, Cucumber, Celery, Leeks, Spinach, Turnip, Basil, Parsley, and Rosemary.

Broccoli, beets, celery, corn, leeks, and turnip makes a great addition to your baby’s diet. These can be added to savory purees, soups, and stews.

Cantaloupe and cucumber make a great no-cook meal. Just turning cantaloupe or cucumber into a puree or grating them can turn it into a meal.

While herbs like basil, parsley, and rosemary give the puree a hint of aroma and flavor and make them more enticing for your little ones, my daughter didn’t eat bland purees. She always liked her food with some flavor and aroma.

10 Months:

Lemons, Mandarines, Carrots, Cilantro, Sage, and Thyme.

Carrots are a great source of vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin K, potassium, fiber folate, to name a few.

Carrots are known for their richness of the antioxidant nutrient known as beta-carotene. They also support vision health and have anti-cancer as well as cardiovascular health benefits.

I introduced my daughter to carrots after she completed eight months to be on the safer side. Carrots are linked to Nitrates which can cause a blue baby syndrome in babies, especially those younger than 6 months of age.

Lemons and mandarines are high in Vitamin C. They are perfect for adding some tang to your baby’s food. Introducing your babies to different flavors is crucial since it forms a base to try and accept new flavors and foods later in life.

A little note of caution, when you introduce citrus to your baby’s diet, start with small amounts. I began by just sprinkling a few drops of lemon juice on my daughter’s food.

Citrus is acidic. They might cause diaper rash in some babies. So always start with a few drops and then gradually increase.

Sage and thyme are again a delicious addition to little chunkier puree for your babies. Especially during this soup season, they can turn a meal into a warming soul food.

1 year:

Arugula, Collard greens, Cauliflower, Cabbage, tomatoes, mushrooms, lettuce, and kale.

I also waited until her one-year birthday for the rest of the vegetables 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 +

Winter Squash With Cumin

Winter Squash With Cumin- Easy Baby Meals- www.easybabymeals.com

  • 8 Months +

Sweet Potatoes With Celery

Sweet Potatoes With Celery- Easy Baby Meals- www.easybabymeals.com

  • 10 Months +

Apple With Carrots And Raisins

Apple With Carrots And Raisins

Carrot With Peas And Potatoes

Carrot With Peas And Potatoes- Easy Baby Meals-www.easybabymeals.com

  • 1 Year +

Collard Greens Stew

 

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

Before I leave, I would like you all to tell me what you would like to see or any more information you would want to have on Easy Baby Meals. I am working on the next year’s content to consider your comments and valuable suggestions as well.

 

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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