Top 5 Baby Food Recipes For 1 Year Old 2017
Do you spend much time choosing what to cook every day for your infant? Save your time, check list top 5 baby food recipes for 1 year old below:
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1. Rice Cereal Recipe using “powder”
- 1/4 cup of rice powder (brown rice ground in blender or food processor)
- 1 cup of water
- Step 1: Boil water in saucepan. Add the rice powder while stirring steadily.
- Step 2: Simmer for 10 mins, whisking steadily, mix in formula or breast milk and fruits (optional)
- Step 3: Serve warm.
2. Rice Cereal Recipe with whole rice
- 1/2 cup of rice (brown rice, basmati or jasmine)
- 1 cup of water
- Step 1: Boil water in saucepan. Add the rice and stir steadily.
- Step 2: Simmer for 20 mins; stir 1/2 way through cooking time.
- Step 3: When rice is finished and a bit cool, add it in 1/2 cup measurements with liquid of your choice (breastmilk, formula, water etc.). You can puree the mixture as needed.
- Step 4: Serve warm mixed with fruits, veggies and liquid of your choice.
3. Creamy Banana - Avocado
- 1 ripe avocado
- 1 bananas
- Step 1: Peel and remove avocado seed
- Step 2: Cut avocado meat out and mash with a spoon
- Step 3: Peel and mash a banana
- Step 4: Place in a blender and puree until desired texture is achieved. This recipe can be used for years, so keep it as archives.
4. Peach - Avocados Smoothie
- 3 peaches
- 1 avocado
- Step 1: Peel, remove seeds and cut peaches into chunks
- Step 2: Peel, remove seed and cut avocado into chunks
- Step 3: Steam peaches until tender if needed
- Step 4: Mash fruits with a spoon or run in a blender until smooth and let baby try to use a spoon or her fingers.
5. Pumpkin - Pears Mashup
- 1/2 cup of pumpkin puree (fresh or canned)
- 1 pear, peeled & cored & diced
- Step 1: Peel, remove seeds and cut pear into chunks
- Step 2: Mash the pear with fork and then mix in the pumpkin – puree if needed.
Based on 5 basic baby food recipes for 1 year old above, you can create a lot of similar mashups with several fruits (avocados, bananas, pears, peaches, beans,... ) to improve children's meal diversity.