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Vegetable and potato mash

Potato- and veggie mash

potato veggie mash

Potato- and veggie mash

You can give this potato-vegetable puree as the first food the child gets with spoon. You can vary the mash with peas, broccoli, cauliflower or courgettes. Remember to vary the vegetables so that the child gets many taste impressions. You can also vary with a little fruit puree, eg pear. It also gives a good taste to the mashed potatoes. You can replace breast milk substitute with regular milk and use the recipe for the whole family when the baby is 9 months old.
Servings 1

Ingredients
  

  • 1-2 potatoes approx. 125 g
  • 1 carrot parsley root or parsnip, approx. 75 g
  • 1-2 dl water
  • 1 teaspoon fat
  • ½ dl breast milk substitute

Instructions
 

  • Peel the potatoes and vegetables and cut them into smaller pieces.
  • Put potatoes and vegetables in a saucepan and pour water over until just covered.
  • Cook for 12-15 minutes under a lid.
  • Poke the potatoes and vegetables to check if they are tender.
  • Pour the water from and down into a small bowl. It may be used later.
  • Mash potatoes / vegetables with a fork or mashed potatoes.
  • Add the fat and whisk in the mash with a whisk.
  • Add infant formula and whip it into the bog.
  • Add a little of the saved potato water if the bog is too thick. Or pour in a little more milk.
  • Serve the warm mash. Check that it has the correct eating temperature before giving it to the child. If it has become too cold, you can possibly. heat it a little.
  • If it is too hot, you can whip it until it has cooled down sufficiently.
  • You can scrape the mash through a sieve if you want a creamy mash without lumps.
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Vegetable and potato mash

Root vegetable compote

Root vegetable compote

Ingredients
  

  • 45 g broccoli or carrot
  • 45 g parsley root
  • 45 g parsnips
  • 1 teaspoon fat

Instructions
 

  • Peel the root vegetables and cut them into small pieces.
  • Put the root vegetables in a saucepan. Pour water over until just covered. Bring the pot to a boil and let the root vegetables cook under a lid for approx. 15 minutes. Prick them to check if they are tender.
  • Pour off the water and save it for later.
  • Mash the root vegetables with a fork or a mashed potato.
  • Add the fat.
  • Add a little of the stored vegetable water until the bog has a suitable thickness.
  • Check that it has the correct eating temperature before giving it to the child.

Notes

You can use breast milk substitute instead of vegetable water. Then the food gets a higher energy content, and the baby gets added iron through the breast milk substitute.
You can use other vegetables like cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. You can add a few drops of lemon juice to the bog, it will make it more fresh in taste. You can serve the root vegetables cut into small cubes and turned into fat when the child has become good at chewing. At the root humidifier, the cooking time is a little shorter.
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Vegetable and potato mash

Mashed potatos for babies

Mashed potatos for baby

Mashed potatos

You can cook potatoes for the baby's mash together with the potatoes for the rest of the family. Salt should not be added during the boiling when making mashed potatos anyway. Whisk the mashed potatoes - it will give a soft and fluffy mashed potatoes. If, on the other hand, you use a stick blender or food processor, the mashed potatoes will be ‘long’ and tough.

Ingredients
  

  • 1-3 potatoes approx. 150 g
  • 1-2 dl water
  • 1 teaspoon fat
  • ½ dl breast milk substitute

Instructions
 

  • Peel the potatoes and cut them into smaller pieces.
  • Put the potatoes in a saucepan and pour water over until just covered.
  • Boil the potatoes for 12-15 minutes under a lid.
  • Prick the potatoes to check if they are tender and sufficiently cooked. They should drop when you dot them.
  • Pour the water from the potatoes into a small bowl. It may need to be used later.
  • Mash the potatoes with a fork or mashed potatoes.
  • Add fat and whisk in the bog with a whisk until the lumps are gone.
  • Add infant formula and whip it into the bog.
  • Add a little of the saved potato water if the bog is too thick. Or pour in a little more milk.
  • Check that the bog has the right eating temperature before giving it to the baby. If the bog has become too cold, you can heat it a little.
  • You can scrape the mash through a sieve if you want a creamy mash without lumps.
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