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    4-in-1 healthy baby food maker

    First Tastes: Stage 1

    (4 to 6 months)

    Tropicana fusion

    This is the stage where babies are still having breast milk or regular baby formulated milk, puréed and mashed food in teaspoonful quantities. This recipe provides a good source of dietary fiber, beta-carotene (vitamin A) and potassium.

    Servings approx. 4 portions, Preparation time 5 minutes
    Vegetarian
    0-30 minutes
    Vegetables

    Ingredients

    • 60ml Baby’s usual milk (Use mommy’s breast milk*)
    • ¼ Medium papaya (ripe) (approx. 75g)
    • 1 Medium banana (ripe) (approx. 120g)

    Directions

      1
    • Prepare: Peel and slice papaya and banana into 1cm cubes. Place cubes inside jar.
    • 2
    • Blend: Flip and rotate jar over and lock into blend position. Add milk. Blend 3-5 times for 10 seconds each until the desired consistency is reached.
    • 3
    • Serve: Transfer the desired quantity to a bowl and serve.
    • 4
    • The remaining purée can be removed from the jar and stored in an airtight container in the fridge (≤5°C) for 24 hours or freezer (≤-18°C) for 1-3 months.
    Tropicana fusion
    * Disclaimer: Mommy’s breastmilk is the best choice. Alternatively, replace with the breast milk substitute your child uses if breast milk is not available.

    Nutritional Information

    Per portion
    Energy, kcal
    45
    Protein, g
    0.6
    Total Fat, g
    0.8
    Carbohydrate, g
    9.9
    Dietary Fibre, g
    1.1
    Sugars, g
    5.14
    Calcium, mg
    10.5
    Iron, mg
    0.14
    Potassium, mg
    141
    Sodium, mg
    4
    Vitamin C, mg
    15
    Vitamin A, IU
    179

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    Chef's tip

    • To prevent browning, peel the bananas just before preparation.
    • Do not use underripe bananas as they contain resistant starch which might cause flatulence.
    • Do not use underripe papaya as the enzymes and certain bioactive compounds might cause abdominal cramps.

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