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Just brimming with Vitamin C, this fuzzy fruit will make a tasty addition to your baby food recipe arsenal.

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

While kiwifruit skin is full of nutrients it is quite hard to digest, particularly for a baby. In order to prepare a kiwi fruit for a baby food recipe, we are going to need to separate the skin from the juicy flesh inside.

This technique will require some practice but, once perfected, is a very effective way of removing kiwi fruit skin.

If you simply cannot get the hang of the above methodpillow cases vintage, you can always use a vegetable peeler to remove the skin. Just be mindful that the softer the kiwi fruit, the harder it will be to use a vegetable peeler.

Now that you know how to prepare your kiwi fruit, let us take a look at some tasty baby food recipes featuring the star of the article, the kiwi fruit.

A simple single ingredient recipe starring pears. Quick, easy and tasty. You will need to pick ripe, sweet kiwi fruits for this recipe, hard or sour kiwi fruits will see your baby screwing his face up in disgust.

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Bonus Tip: To combat the tart flavor of the kiwi fruit you can add a whole peach to this recipe. Simply steam the peach before adding it to the blender.

If your baby is not a fan of the natural tartness of kiwi fruit why not try using them in a stew for a sweeter yet distinctly kiwifruit flavor.

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A great way to beat the heat in the warmer months. Also works great as a treat for a teething baby. Your baby gets a tasty treat and the cold popsicle helps soothe inflamed gums.

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Bonus Tip: Adding a single ripe banana will help sweeten this recipe should you desire.

A deliciously tropical puree that your baby will love. The kiwifruit helps balance out the sweetness of papaya and mango.

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It may sound like an odd combination but this recipe is a delicious way to get your baby eat his greens.

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Pronunciation: kee-wah-nah-car-doh. While it may be a mouthful to pronounce, this creamy fruit salad is a baby taste sensation.

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A delicious kiwifruit and dairy flavor.

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A smooth and tasty baby smoothie. Your little one will never guess that behind that tasty flavor hides the goodness of spinach leaves. (suitable for 1 year )

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A delicious tropical porridge. The tartness of the kiwifruit helps balance out the sweeter flavors.

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Do you know any homemade baby food recipes prominently featuring kiwi fruit? 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.

Christine Gausdal says

September 1, 2015 at 9:05 am

Don’;t you know that babies aren’;t supposed to eat spinach until they reach the age of 1 year? Maybe you should mention that in the recipe for 8.Kiwi baby smoothie?

Jess Miller says

September 2, 2015 at 12:22 am

Hi Christine,

Excellent point. Unfortunately I do not agree with this statement. If you are using “;wholesomebabyfood”; as your reference then you should know that they give a completely generalized estimate. As always, you should consult with your baby’s pediatrician on introducing solid foods as generalities may not apply to your infant.

You will find that this recommendation comes from the fact that spinach contains nitrates, however these sources indicate the following:

American Academy of Pediatrics –;

a target concentration of nitrate nitrogen for food of <;100 ppm is desirable for infants. Because this concentration is frequently exceeded in spinach, this product is often labeled not to be used in infants younger than 3 months

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Mayo clinic –;

If you offer solids to your baby before age 4 months, avoid offering home-prepared spinach, beets, green beans, squash and carrots, which might contain high levels of potentially harmful compounds (nitrites) from soil

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Both of these reputable resources contain no reference to this 1 year age group whatsoever.

Sonia says

April 5, 2017 at 3:39 am

Thank you for the yummy recipes I will try and yes you are correct about the spinach. I have done my homework and after 4 mos old the baby is less susceptible to nitrate poisoning iwhich in and of itself is rare. I am personally holding off on spinach and broccoli till 6-7!mis only because my Babes is gassy lol. Thank you again for the recipes!! So good for our tots!!

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