How To Make Sweet Potato Puree For Babies

Sweet Potato Puree

Sweet potatoes are one of the most higher nutrients first food for babies.They are high in Vitamin A and beta-carotene.Almost every baby love sweet potatoes!

Follow our step-by-step instructions to make first sweet potato puree for your baby.

Ingredient:

For 1-time meal:

  • 1/2 cup chopped sweet potato.
  • Boil water.

1. Select a sweet potato.

sweet puree

2.Wash & Peel the sweet potato.

Peel sweet puree

3. Now cut the sweet potato into small cubes.

Sweet puree cubes

4. Boil some water in a pot.

Boil water

5. I prefer to steam the fruits & vegetables instead of boiling because it retains the most amounts of nutrients.

6.After water starts boiling, put the steamer on top.

7. Now pour sweet potato into the steaming basket. Then cover it with a lid.

pour sweet potato into the steaming basket

8. Leave to steam cook for 10-15 minutes with medium heat.

9. The sweet potato is done when it’s soft and a fork goes through easily into it.

10. Now transfer the steamed fruits & vegetables to a blender. You can also use a food processor or hand blender. Add some water left over from the pot. Now blend it until becomes smooth.

Transfer sweet apple pure into blender

Finally, your delicious puree is ready to serve. Transfer some puree to your baby’s bowl.

Serve the sweet potato puree

You can also pour the remaining baby food into a bowl. Then Cover it with a lid and can refrigerate for up to 2 days.

 

Author: Alvina Emmy

Hi, I’m Alvina Emmy, a full-time mother of two gorgeous kids and a part-time blogger. Being a single mum for the last 5 years has not only made me a stronger human being but has also fostered my emotional growth as an individual. I wasn’t a know-it-all from the beginning. I learned through mistakes. Parentloves.com is my humble attempt to lend a helping hand to all those new parents, soon-to-be parents and caregivers who want only the best for their kids.

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