Did you all see my submit final week approximately the Cuisinart infant meals Maker giveaway? (you could discover it right here)  I can't inform you how exquisite this element is! If you have not already, head on over to that put up and go away a comment (as directed) so you can be entered to win one of these beauties for your self! It has made my wholesome, homemade infant food education easy and fast!

Now, for the reason that I can not get sufficient of my baby meals maker, I notion i would share but another recipe for clean home made toddler food: Blueberry Peach Puree.




Blueberry Peach Puree


I really like to take gain of seasonal elements in my cooking, so Spence turned into handled to a delectable aggregate of some of our favourite summer time culmination. Fresh from the source, we picked up these blueberries at our nearby farmers' market over the weekend:



The house smelled remarkable whilst the Cuisinart infant meals Maker turned into steaming the fruit! Type of just like the odor of a fresh berry pie baking inside the oven...Simplest this is a bit more healthy!


Spence preferred the mild taste of the summer time Squash & Oatmeal puree that I made him first, however this candy combination is without a doubt appropriate. Like, so proper that i finished up consuming the left-overs from his bowl! It is candy, however no longer super-candy like some of the store sold purees (have you ever ever tasted the ones packaged banana purees?! WOW...So sweet they make my mouth pucker!). This blueberry-peach "sauce" could be without a doubt tasty stirred into yogurt at breakfast, too.



Here's our easy recipe:





Blueberry Peach Puree


 Prep Time5 mins

 cook Time15 mins

 total Time20 minutes

Elements

2 medium ripe peaches peeled and diced

½ cup sparkling blueberries

One hundred ml water

Commands

Positioned the peaches and the blueberries into the paintings bowl outfitted with the steam blade and cowl bowl with lid.

Add the water to the steam/bottle warming chamber and set the measuring cup in its region.

Near the lid to lock and then turn the dial to steam.


As soon as the light is going out to suggest the steaming is complete, dispose of the lid and check to see how tons water is inside the bowl. I normally drain off some of the extra water so that my puree may be a chunk thicker.

Once you have poured off a piece of water, add the pinnacle again onto the bowl, lock in region, and turn the dial to chop. Puree till the fruit reaches desired consistency.

Allow to chill earlier than serving. If not the use of right away, refrigerate for up to a few days or freeze in individual portions for comfort.