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Baby Fruits


  • a variety of fruits (pears and apples are good)


Cut each fruit into quarters, then put into a bowl and cover to microwave for about 4 minutes. Chop fruit with an electric blender or chopper. You can use immediately or store by freezing in ice cube trays. When frozen, pop the fruit cubes out of the trays and transfer to freezer bags to store in freezer.


These fruit cubes are convenient for dessert or for mixing with baby's cereal.

By Irishwitch from Aurora, CO

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March 16, 20110 found this helpful

I did this 40 years ago. I made fruits and vegetables and put them in ice cube trays. The meats I bought. My baby boy is now 6'7" and my baby girl is 5' 10". My hubby was in the military and we were early in our married life. overseas, and trying to make ends meet so this helped and it was convenient. I had a little warming baby dish and popped the cubes in it about 20 min before the meal. I suppose the pediatritians today would not approve of this method so better check with the your care provider first.

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