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Fruit purees and salats

Boiled strawberry puree

Boiled strawberry puree

Boiled strawberry puree

Ingredients
  

  • 100 g strawberries frozen or fresh
  • approx. ½ dl water
  • approx. 1 teaspoon sugar

Instructions
 

  • Put the strawberries and water in a small saucepan with a lid.
  • Let them cook on low heat for approx. 5 minutes, until soft.
  • Mash the berries with a fork. If you want a more creamy mash, you can scrape the berries through a sieve or use a stick blender.
  • Season with a little sugar and let the bog cool down.
  • Check that the bog has the correct eating temperature before giving it to the child.

Notes

You can make fruit puree from both fresh and frozen berries, such as raspberries, blueberries and wild berries.
You should always boil frozen berries before giving them to the child. You do not need to cook fresh berries before mashing them, only wash them thoroughly.
Fresh mash can not be stored, but must be eaten immediately.
You can store boiled mash in the refrigerator for a few days. If you want to store boiled fruit puree, it is best to freeze the puree, as the berries thereby preserve the vitamins best.
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Fruit purees and salats

Fresh fruit salad

Fresh fruit salad

Fresh fruit salad

Servings 4

Ingredients
  

  • When the child chews well it can also eat the family's fresh fruit salad. Choose berries and fruits that are in season.
  • 1 kiwi
  • 1 slice honeydew melon
  • 1 apple
  • 1 orange fresh strawberries and blueberries
  • a little orange juice if necessary.
  • 1-2 dl Greek yogurt 2% fat

Instructions
 

  • Rinse and peel all the fruits and cut them into small pieces, adapted to the child's age and ability to chew.
  • Mix them in a serving bowl.
  • Pour a little freshly squeezed orange juice or juice over it to avoid browning the apple pieces.
  • Serve the fruit salad in small bowls.
  • Top each serving with a little Greek yogurt.

Notes

You can serve other fruits to taste, such as pear, paradise apple or mango. You should serve the fruit salad freshly made - it tastes best. Refrigerate until ready to eat. If you use boiled fruit, it can stay in the fridge for a few days.
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Fruit purees and salats

Pear puree

Fresh pear puree

Pear puree

You can quickly make a tablespoon of fresh fruit puree to get on the baby's porridge: Peel a ripe pear. Scrape the flesh off with the edge of a spoon. Stir the bog directly into the finished porridge.

Ingredients
  

  • Boiled pear puree
  • 1 pear
  • 1 dl water

Instructions
 

  • Put the pear pieces in a saucepan and pour water over.
  • Cook under a lid for 5-10 minutes on low heat, while stirring.
  • When you can mash the pear pieces with a fork, you can take the pot off the heat and turn off the stove. If the bog is to be completely creamy, you can scrape the pear pieces through a sieve or blend with a stick blender. Otherwise, you can just mash it with a fork.
  • Check that the bog has the correct eating temperature.

Notes

Use apples, bananas, melon and avocado instead of pear. You do not need to cook fresh berries. You can pour a little freshly squeezed orange juice or juice over the mashed or cracked fruits.
Use the same recipe for apple puree or peach puree. Serve boiled fruit in small pieces when the child needs to practice chewing.
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