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Baby food recipes

As your baby grows, his/her nutritional needs change. You can select suitable recipes here, depending on your baby’s age.

Important: Always remember that you should never sweeten baby food with honey or maple syrup!

Both of these may contain germs which generate poisons in your baby’s bowels, leading to infant botulism. This results in gradual paralysis of all muscles.

In older children and adults, the intestinal flora prevents the formation of this poison.


Vegetable and potato purée

Vary the type of vegetable (pumpkin, carrots, turnip cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, courgette) and see how your baby reacts to each of them.

Ingredients

100gvegetables
50gpotatoes (or sweet potatoes, parsnips)
1 tbsp.germ oil (sunflower, corn or rape seed oil)

Preparation:

  • Clean the vegetables and peel the potatoes.
  • Finely chop the potatoes and vegetables and cook them in a little water until they are soft ‒ ideally using a steam cooker.
  • Purée the vegetable and potato mix and stir in the oil. If the purée is too firm, add a little water.

Vegetable, potato and meat purée

To provide variety, select different types of vegetable (pumpkin, carrots, turnip cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, courgette).

 

Ingredients:

100gvegetables
50gpotatoes (or sweet potatoes, parsnips)
30glean beef or chicken
1tbsp.germ oil (sunflower, corn or rape seed oil)
2-3tbsp.fruit juice (vitamin C enhances the body’s absorption of iron)

Preparation:

  • Clean the vegetables and peel the potatoes.
  • Finely chop the potatoes, vegetables and meat and cook them in a little water until they are soft ‒ ideally using a steam cooker.
  • Purée the vegetable, potato and meat mix before stirring in the oil and fruit juice. If the purée is too firm, add a little water.

Vegetable, potato and fish purée

Studies have shown that getting your baby used to fish early on prevents allergies. Fish should therefore appear on the menu 1 x per week. Combine this with various types of vegetables such as pumpkin, carrots, turnip cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli or courgette.

Ingredients:

100gvegetables
50gpotatoes (or sweet potatoes, parsnips)
30gfish (e.g. salmon fillet)
1tbsp.germ oil (sunflower, corn or rape seed oil)

Preparation:

  • Clean the vegetables and peel the potatoes.
  • Finely chop the potatoes, vegetables and fish and cook them in a little water until they are soft ‒ ideally using a steam cooker.
  • Purée the vegetable, potato and fish mix and stir in the oil. If the purée is too firm, add a little water.

Important: Thoroughly ensure that there are no absolutely bones in the fish!


Milk and baby cereal

Ingredients:

200mlpasteurised whole milk (3.5 % fat) or breast milk
20gwholemeal cereal flakes (fine) or semolina
2tbsp.fruit juice or puréed fruit

Preparation:

  • Add the milk to the cereal flakes or semolina and bring to the boil.
  • Leave it to stand for a few minutes.
  • Then stir in the fruit juice or puréed fruit (e.g. mashed banana or apple/pear that has been grated using a glass grater).

Baby cereal with fruit

Ingredients:

20gwholemeal cereal flakes (fine)
90mlwater
100 gpuréed fruit (e.g. banana, apple, pear)
2tsp.sunflower, corn or rape seed oil

Preparation:

  • Stir the cereal flakes into the water, bring to the boil and leave to stand.
  • Mash a banana or grate an apple or a pear using a glass grater.
  • Stir the fruit and oil into the cereal flakes. Add water if necessary.