Between four and six months, pediatricians recommend introducing the babies fruit in the diet of babies. Although some prefer to start with the vegetable purees not to accustom the child to the sweet flavors from their first spoon dishes. The star of homemade porridge is pear or apple, banana and orange. However, you can also vary the recipes to get the baby gradually get used to different tastes. The first thing to keep in mind is that not all fruits are worth. Some, being very allergenic, should not administer until a year and a half or even two years.

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This is the case of fruits, kiwi, raspberries, blackberries, currants and tropical fruits such as mango, papaya, pineapple or guava. Melons, peaches and apricots can also cause allergies, although not as often. It may be interesting to start by introducing the fruits one by one. So, you can take applesauce, pear puree and then combine them. It is also very common to introduce the banana in all the combinations for the creaminess and sweetness it provides.

It can cause the child, in the end to reject more acidic flavors such as orange or tangerine. That is why it is so interesting to offer babies fruit independently from each other. Of course, you should never add sugar or honey to the preparations. As it is an unnecessary contribution of calories with few nutrients and can be harmful to your oral health. Once the child has taken and accepted different flavors. You can make combinations such as plum and banana, grapes with apples the traditional pear, banana and orange.

You can pour the juice of the orange instead of the pulp if your child rejects the more fibrous texture of citrus. When you reach the recommended age, you can prepare mango porridges or add a couple of strawberries to the puree of the snack. If you want, you can also introduce other less common foods but also provide vitamins and flavor Such as carrot and pumpkin boiled or avocado. Punctually, you can also add a pinch of cinnamon or a cookie to the preparation to enrich the recipe.

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Between four and six months, pediatricians recommend introducing the babies fruit in the diet of babies. Although some prefer to start with the vegetable purees not to accustom the child to the sweet flavors from their first spoon dishes. The star of homemade porridge is pear or apple, banana...