Mixed Fruit Puree with Yogurt

Babies grow very fast in their first year that’s why weaning recipes differ according to baby’s age. For example, recommended weaning recipes for 6 month old babies are different than weaning recipes for 9 months old babies. The very first stage of weaning starts when baby is 6 months old and continues till 8th month.

In first stage of weaning, specially during its initial phase i.e. sixth month, moms should feed their babies with different variety of fruit and vegetable purees. Purees are first step to introduce your baby to solid food.

These fruits & vegetables purees are very nutritious, healthy, tasty and easy to eat food for 6 months babies. So why not, try this wonderful energy giving, mixed fruit puree recipe which is made up of apples, pears, bananas, dried apricots and fresh yogurt.


  • 1 organic sweet apple, peeled & cut into small slices
  • 1 organic pear, cut into small slices
  • 1 medium length organic banana, cut into small slices
  • 3-4 slices of apricots, dried & chopped
  • 2 tbsp Natural organic yogurt

Heat a saucepan over low-medium heat. Place Apples, pears and chopped apricots into the pan. Add sufficient amount of water to cover the fruits and put a lid on the pan. Let it cook for 15-18 minutes on low flame.

After 15 minutes, when the fruits become soft, turn off the heat and take the pan out. Blend the fruits in a blender to form a smooth puree. pass the puree via a sieve and take out left apricots pieces that have not been pureed. Mash the banana and mix it to the puree mixture. Add 1 table spoon of fresh, organic, unflavoured yogurt to the puree mixture and mix again to form a uniform smooth mixture.

Serve this tasty weaning recipe to your growing baby but always keep in mind, not to add sugar, honey or salt to baby’s weaning food. Serve this puree as fresh immediately, Don’t reserve it otherwise recipe will become brown due to Banana.

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