Saturday, April 9th, 2011
In the spirit of Mason’s (temporary) special diet, I whipped up some fresh apple and banana puree last night. As I stacked the stuff in the freezer I looked wistfully at the Chicken-Apple and Pea-Potato Purees that he can’t have until he feels completely better. There’s nothing wrong with Apple-Banana Puree — it’s simple, sweet, wholesome — and the bland diet is helping the babe feel much better. I just wish he could have a bit more variety right now. After all, I wouldn’t want to eat the same thing day after day for all three meals.
1 organic Gala apple
1 organic banana
1. Wash and peel apple. Dice and cook until tender (about 15 minutes). Rinse with cold water. Set aside.
2. Peel and slice banana.
3. Blend banana, along with the cooked apple, in a food processor. Add formula until puree is creamy and smooth.
*To make larger batches, use one banana for every apple.Add a Comment
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