Aug 23, 2014

Guava Puree for Babies


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Guava is very good in vitamin C and helps to improve immune system. This makes a great baby food too..

YOU CAN CHECK OUT MY OTHER PUREE RECIPES TOO.. 


Things to remember:

 1)Texture of the puree depends upon you, i would recommend you to make the puree smooth.
   
2)Your baby wont empty the whole bowl all at once, start with few spoons then increase it gradually as days pass by.

3)In my opinion & experience guava wont cause any constipation in babies. I feed this puree once a week.

4) I don't prefer freezing purees. I make it fresh everyday. 

5)Remove the seeds from the guava completely. 

6)Cooking the guava before feeding makes digestion easy.


How to introduce solid food to your baby:
 

Read this
 

How to sterilize baby feeding bowls: 
 

Start by sterilizing the bowls and spoons which you are going to feed your baby. Take the bowl and spoon in a large saucepan, cover it with water and bring them to a boil. Boil it rapidly for 5 mins. Now you can turn the heat off and leave them stay in the hot water till use. 

How to make Steamed Mashed Banana:

Take a ripe guava. It has to be fresh and ripe. Peel them and cut the cheeks of them.

Use a spoon to scoop the seeds from them.

Now take all the flesh in a sauce pan, add a splash of water and cover it and simmer for 5 mins or till it is cooked.

Pierce with a knife to see whether it is cooked. If you goes in easily then it is cooked.

Put them in a blender and puree them. You can add some clean water to adjust the consistency.

Pour this into sterlized clean bowls and feed your baby.

Pictorial:
Take a guava

peel em

cut the cheeks of them

use a spoon to scoop the seeds off

like this

all done

dont waste these

you can eat them

now take all the flesh

slice them thinly

add it to a sauce pan

add some water

cook it for 5 mins or so

now the guava is cooked

take it in a blender

puree finely

feed your baby

16 comments:

  1. Hullo Aarthi, You did not mention vegetable Rava Upma in your receipe index. I did today with milk and ghee, tasty.

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  2. @AnonymousThanks for telling me this, will update

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  3. Can we feed this to a 8 months old baby ?

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  4. @AnonymousYou can feed this to baby after 8 months

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  5. While blending instead of water can I add milk (breast milk or formula or may be cow's milk after an year) now my baby is 7mo old.I have started solids from 6mo. From beginning bm and fm are practised.

    TIA

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  6. Hi aarthi. My daug is 2 yr old she does not have much teeth. Does I need to boil the guvua or not

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  7. Hi aarthi. My daughter is 2 yrs old. But she doesn't have much teeth. My question is while giving guava puree I need to boil the guava or not.

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  8. @Anonymousno need to boil for babies above 2 year

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  9. I have a seven month old. Could you tell me how much apple/pear/guava can be given at a single time? Will one be too much?

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  10. @Sowmya Manohar1/2 to 3/4 cup will be good. if he ask more you can increase it

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  11. Can this be given when baby having cold?

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  12. @Anonymousdont give fruits when baby is having cold

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  13. Pls tel recipes for 7 month old baby.

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  14. Hi aarthi....my daughter is 2.9 yr old.....she isn't interested in any kind of food ( breakfast and lunch) can u tell some new recipe for my kid

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  15. Hi aarthi....my daughter is 2.9 yr old.....she isn't interested in any kind of food ( breakfast and lunch) can u tell some new recipe for my kid

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