Homemade foods are full of essential vitamins and nutrients for your baby. Here are some specialties of fruit you can make for your little ones.
When your baby shows that it is ready for other foods in addition to milk, you can gradually introduce her a wide selection of food. When they reach the six month the baby can eat fruit-based foods that you can prepare at home. However, if you have reason to suspect that your baby will have an allergic reaction to a food, it is best between trying out new foods create a gap of three to four days.
See which fruit-based foods are recommended in this age:
Porridge of apples
Apples are the perfect first fruits, because they contain a small amount of citric acid, which can cause allergic reactions in infants. Most babies enjoy porridge of red apples, and they are full of vitamin C and nutritional fibers. In addition, research suggests that apples provide strong protection against asthma. Also, this fruit can be combined with other fruits, vegetables, meat or grain.
Porridge of bananas
Bananas, which are full of potassium, in addition to apples are perfect for baby's first fruit-based foods. This fruit can soothe stomach problems and diarrhea. These fruits are very creamy and sweet, and are used as a balance of porridge made from sour fruits such as blueberries and strawberries.
Porridge of peaches
Full of beta-carotene and potassium, sweet peach is one of the favorite fruits for babies. This fruit can be mixed with chicken or banana, and you can also add a Greek yogurt.
Porridge of nectarines
Nectarines are very similar to peaches, but in fact the only difference is in a smooth membrane. This sweet fruit is also rich in beta carotene and potassium, and does not need to be cooked before preparing foods. You can use it in all combinations instead of peaches.
Porridge of pear
Babies will be hard to resist the sweet pears that are extremely rich in fiber. Pear is excellent and if you want to soften the taste of some vegetables.
Porridge of avocado
Avocados are packed with omega-3 fatty acids, and also the preparations of porridge from this fruit is very fast, since it does not have to cook. The only thing that you need to do is to wash, peel and slice the avocado, then mix in a blender. Also, this piece of fruit can add in porridge from bananas.