What do you feed baby after puree?
See above a picture of a mango mashed with a fork vs mango blended in a puree.
Give your baby some dissolvable or very soft finger foods.
Examples are cereal puffs or pieces of very soft cooked vegetables, fruit and soft meats or fish..
When should you stop pureeing baby food?
The stage at which he becomes ready for chunkier textures depends on many factors, from his physical development to his sensitivity to texture. But as a guide, it’s wise to try to gradually alter the consistency of his foods from seven months onwards, and aim to have stopped pureeing completely by 12 months.
How do you introduce finger foods to baby after puree?
Babies develop at different stages, so there is no right or wrong when it comes to starting finger foods. If your baby shows signs of readiness, such as grabbing your food or getting hungry soon after finishing purees, consider giving finger foods a try, especially softer options such as ripe avocado or banana!
Are purees bad for babies?
Feeding babies on pureed food is unnatural and unnecessary, according to one of Unicef’s leading child care experts, who says they should be fed exclusively with breast milk and formula milk for the first six months, then weaned immediately on to solids.
How long should baby eat purees?
A Safe, Skills-Based Progression From Purees to Solids But before you run out and buy a specialized baby food blender or a cart-load of puree pouches, you may be interested to know that most babies don’t usually need to eat pureed food for more than 3-8 weeks (and sometimes even less).
How do I start my baby on purees?
Gradually introduce single-ingredient pureed vegetables and fruits that contain no sugar or salt. Wait three to five days between each new food. Offer finely chopped finger foods.