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Potato Puree Recipe: How To Make Delicious Potato Puree

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Potato Puree is a great choice of meal when you want get your baby started on solid foods, usually between 6 to 8 months old.

Potatoes are rich in vitamins, minerals, fibers and phytochemicals that help to prevent diseases.

I discovered this very potato puree recipe I’m about to share with you when I started my first baby on solid foods at 7 months.

He didn’t like the ones I’ve been making prior to discovering this very recipe because I made potato puree without adding fat, and he being a picky eater didn’t make it any easier.

So, it was fulfilling for me when he developed interest in the potato puree I made differently.

As a matter of fact, he started having potato puree every day!

You can imagine my joy!

Potato puree can also be mixed with other vegetables and proteins such as: peas, green beans, carrots, chicken, broccoli, avocado etc. To make it a more nutritious meal for your child.

Potato Puree Recipe
Potato puree

You might have to try different blends to discover the one(s) your child loves best.

Also, don’t give up if your child refuses potato puree at first try. It might take more than one attempt for your child’s taste buds to get accustomed to the taste.

When shopping for potatoes, choose fresh ones without cracks, spots, or sprouts.

READ ALSO: CARROT PUREE RECIPE

Let’s check out the recipe!

Ingredients

  • 210 grams Potatoes
  • water
  • 1 Stick butter (5g)
  • 50 ml breast milk or baby milk (optional)

Instructions

  • Wash the potatoes in water and peel the skin
  • Cut into cubes and set them in the pot to cook, pour the water over the potatoes
  • Cover to cook on a low heat between 12-15 minutes. After then check with a fork if its well cooked.
  • Take them out from the water and marsh with a big spoon, a potato masher or a food processor. If you feel its not soft or smooth enough, a little bit from the cooked water can be added.
  • Add the melted butter and whip it in the potatoes.
  • Allow cooling before its being served. It should not be too hot or too cold, it should be lukewarm.
  • 50 ml of milk or Formula may also be added to elevate the taste and make it richer.
  • Finish: Serve Potato Puree in bowls, topped/mixed with peas, green beans, carrot, or even chicken.
  • I hope your child loves it!

If you have left-over puree, It can be stored in a freezer bag and can be placed in the freezer for up to a month.

Potato Puree Recipe

Potato Puree Recipe: Easy And Delicious

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This potato puree recipe is easy and it's a great choice of meal when you want to get your baby started on solid foods, usually between 6 to 8 months old.
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 25 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine World
Calories 90 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 210 grams Potatoes
  • water to cook
  • melted Butter (5g)
  • 50 ml breast milk/Formula

Instructions
 

  • Wash the potatoes in water and peel the skin
  • Cut into cubes and set them in the pot to cook, pour the water over the potatoes
  • Cover to cook on low heat between 12-15 minutes. After then check with a fork if its well cooked.
  • Take them out from the water and marsh with a big spoon, a potato masher or a food processor. If you feel it's not soft or smooth enough, a little bit from the cooking water can be added.
  • Add the melted butter and whip it in the potatoes.
  • Allow cooling before its being served. It should not be too hot or too cold, it should be lukewarm.
  • 50 ml of milk or baby milk may also be added to elevate the taste and make it richer.
  • Finish: Serve Potato Puree in bowls, topped/mixed with peas, green beans, carrot, or even chicken.

Nutrition

Serving: 100gCalories: 90kcalCarbohydrates: 18gProtein: 2gFat: 1g
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