Even if you are a master chef, it can be very difficult when it comes the time to cook for your adorable baby. Here we want to briefly guide you through the path going from breastfeeding to teething, passing via the weaning phase.
When breastfeeding is about to be outdated, grated fruit and baby food seem the natural consequence, starting with apples and pears and then going through its entire variety, ending up with the allergenic ones as strawberries, kiwis and peaches just to cite some of them.
However it is not wrong to first introduce your baby to the veggies world, this being as well characterized by such a colourful rainbow of flavours!
The first phase doesn’t include any sophisticated taste, just go for carrots, courgettes and potatoes! Step by step you can then try to delight your baby with richer vegetable soups, including green beans, cauliflower, fennel, leek and lettuce, waiting for those containing milk, no matter which is their percentage.
That’s exactly the moment you can go wild in being your baby’s veggie chef:
- stew the choosen veggies in just a litre of water at a low flame until the liquid halves;
- whip them carefully;
- take 180–200 ml of this puree and put it on the burner;
- when it’s close to boiling dissolve two grain wheat spoons;
- cook for two more minutes;
- after turning off the flame simply add a small spoon of extra virgin olive oil and one of parmesan cheese, better if 36-months-matured.
Before going for meat and small pasta you should...
Relax and make your baby enjoy!