Spring has sprung! The days are getting longer and the sun is shining a little brighter. This is the perfect time of year for incorporating some seasonal foods into your little one’s diet! Many fresh fruits and veggies come into season during the Springtime and the following recipes are a delicious way to delight your little one’s taste buds this season!
Before you begin gathering the food items, there are just a few kitchen materials you will need! Find them below:
Once you are ready to round up the food items, feel free to reference our post right here that shares which food items are best when bought organic vs non-organic: The Dirty Dozen vs The Clean Fifteen: When To Buy Organic Fruits & Veg - Organicbabyfood.shop
Now, onto the recipes!
Strawberries are in season during the Springtime and they make for a great base for baby food! Gather the ingredients below and puree them for your baby to try.
*Simply blend all of the ingredients above and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days until ready to serve! This puree can also be kept in the freezer for up to 3 months and then thawed overnight in the fridge to lengthen the amount of time it will stay fresh.
Both carrots and mangos are packed full of nutrients that are essential for growth and development, plus their flavors surprisingly complement each other well. Additionally, adding some fresh mint to the mix adds a little extra flavor for your baby to taste! To make this recipe, round up the following items and blend them until smooth!
*Blend all ingredients until smooth and serve right away or store in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. You may also store in the freezer for up to three months and then thaw overnight in the fridge for serving.
This next recipe offers a fabulous pop of flavor with an extra smooth texture!
*To make, place all of the ingredients into your blender or food processor. Then place into a container and store in the fridge or freezer. This recipe is delicious when served as is, or it can be served as a frozen popsicle to help soothe sore, teething gums!
This recipe is so smooth and slightly sweet that your baby just might think it is dessert! The best part is, honeydew offers lots of Vitamin C, Vitamin A and other essential nutrients.
*Blend all ingredients and serve up right away for ultimate freshness. If storing, keep in the fridge for up to two days or in the freezer until ready to serve.
We hope that these recipes provide your baby with a delicious way to enjoy the Spring season! Have you given any of them a try!? Let us know below in the comments if so!
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