Adventures in Baby Purees: Pumpkin & Banana

    
    
    

pictures from age 9 months

 
Sweet & earthy, pumpkin provides a beautiful groundedness to the sweetness of overripe bananas. This recipe makes perfect use of browning bananas that get too mushy or soft to eat, otherwise.  I always keep a can of pureed pumpkin in my pantry.  That makes this recipe so low-maintenance and one of the reasons I love it so much and have been making on the regular since he’s started solids. And it’s a welcome food when he’s not feeling well or recovering, a delicate flavor with both ingredients being gentle and restorative to the digestive system.Pumpkins are loaded with potassium, fiber, beta carotene, & iron. One hiccup – this one can’t be frozen. But he almost always eats this faster than I can keep it around anyway!

Baby Food Details

Current Age: 12 months

Recipe:  “Yummy Bananas and Pumpkin ” recipe from the website “Wholesome Baby Food

Likes/Dislikes: He loves it! It pairs well with a solid creamy greek yogurt.  He will really eat this any time of day/ any day of the week! It is an all-time favorite here.

Happy adventuring!

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