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Blueberries are delicious and packed full of antioxidants. Thanks to frozen blueberries being found on your local supermarket shelf you can now prepare blueberry baby food all year round.

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Remember, always consult with your pediatrician regarding introducing new foods to your baby.

While you are dreaming up creative ways to feed blueberries to your baby, your blueberries are slowly deteriorating. Fortunately, you can keep blueberries fresh for longer with this simple tip.

The above method kills any bacteria and spores that speed up the ripening (and rotting) process of fruit.

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Okay, enough procrastinating. Let us take a look at the real reason you are hereburlap pillow cover diy, to try your hand at some delicious blueberry baby food recipes. Take your pick out of the tasty baby meals below.

This simple yet tasty baby food recipe lets blueberries be the star. No distractions. Just a delicious blueberry flavor.

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Bonus Tip: To thicken the puree, slowly add baby cereal while blending.

A lovely smooth baby meal with a subtle berry flavor. A winter favorite of mine when served warm. Makes 1 cup

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This baby puree is not only tasty but is also a lovely shade of red. A great way to sneak your baby vegetables. If your baby doesn’;t like apple, substitute it for pear.

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Since learning how to bake bananas, I have been mixing assorted fruit with them, trying to make the perfect flavor combination. Blueberries may just be baked bananas perfect partner in crime.

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Caution: Burn Hazard Using your hands, peel the bananas and discard skin.

Adapted from this recipe.

An absolutely delicious puree that pairs well with all manner of dairy products.

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Okay, the name may not sound appetizing but I had to get it out there. Although delicious and nutritious, this meal can dye your baby’;s poop a red color.

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Pronunciation: blah-nah-nah-car-doh Tricky to say, delicious to eat. Your baby will love this unusual combination of avocado, blueberry, and banana. This baby dish is meant to be served thick and pudding-like but can be watered down to suit your baby’;s taste.

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Bonus Tip: Turn this meal into a tasty smoothie by adding 1/2 cup natural yogurt and 1/4 cup water (add more water as needed).

Don’;t be put off by the name “;baby custard”;, adults find this recipe delicious too. A lovely and refreshing dessert in the warmer months.

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Do you know any homemade baby food recipes prominently featuring blueberries? If you have a recipe or modification you would love to share, leave it below.

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Jess Miller is a loving mother that wants to help other parents by giving them helpful parenting tips and reviewing the best products for their children to save them time, money, and hassle.

Chita says

March 16, 2015 at 11:06 am

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