Peaches and plums are both stone fruit. Sharing this similarity it is little surprise that they combine so nicely to make delicious baby meals. Below you will find some delicious baby food recipes featuring peaches and plums that, if nothing else, will definitely give you some great ideas for future recipes.
A tasty and simple solution to what your baby can have for breakfast. Simply prepare this recipe the night before and it will be cooked and waiting for when you wake up in the morning. This recipe requires a crock pot.
2 small peaches (peeled, pitted, sliced)
4 plums (Peeled, pitted, sliced)
3 cups steel cut oats
8 cups of breast milk (or formula or just milk)
1 tablespoon pure vanilla essence
(optional)1 tablespoon cinnamon
For smaller chunks of fruit, place peaches and plums into a food processor and pulse until your babies preferred chunkiness is reached. (skip this step if your baby loves chunky baby food)
Brush a crockpot with olive oil (to make cleaning easier) and combine all ingredients. Cook on low heat for 8 hours.
Remove oatmeal mix and either mash or puree, adding extra breast milk as needed.
Peach plum and raisins
A simple and delicious baby dish.
2 peaches (pitted and halved)
2 plums (pitted and halved)
1/2 cup golden raisins (can be substituted for sultanas)
Soak raisins overnight in a bowl of filtered water to make the raisins plump and juicy.
Place your plum and peach halves in the microwave and cook for 1 minute on high.
(Caution: burn hazard) Remove peach and plum halves from the microwave and leave to cool before carefully peeling the skin.
Place all ingredients in a blender until your babies desired consistency is reached.
Peach and banana teething soother popsicle
Hot and bothered baby? Popsicle time. Teething, grouchy baby? Popsicle time. Happy baby? Popsicle time. There is never a bad time for a popsicle.
Depending on the size of your popsicle mold this will make up to 8 popsicles.
1 fresh peach (peeled and chopped)
1 cup yogurt (all natural)
1/2 cup apple juice
Combine all ingredients in a blender (or puree appliance of choice).
Blend until a smooth consistency is reached.
Pour the mixture into your popsicle molds.
Peach and plum baby bonanza
Looking for a tasty way to add the highly nutritious quinoa to your babies diet?
1 peach (peeled, pitted and diced)
1 plum (peeled pitted and diced)
1/2 cup of white quinoa
apple juice (unsweetened)
Cook the quinoa following the directions on the box but substitute water for apple juice.
Add peach and plum and cooked quinoa to the food processor (or pureeing appliance of choice).
Blend until desired consistency is reached.
(Optional) Add filtered water if the puree is too thick.
Do you know any homemade baby food recipes prominently featuring peach and plums? If you have a recipe or modification you would love to share, leave it below.
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