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Article: Three Ways With Raspberries

Three Ways With Raspberries

If you have been following our One Food Three Ways series then you are in for a treat. Today, we're diving into the delightful world of raspberries and exploring three exciting ways to serve them to our little ones who are embarking on a mealtime adventure.

Three Ways With Raspberries

From pureed goodness to squashed sensations and even enjoying them whole, we've got you covered. So, let's jump right in!

Pureed Raspberries:
For our littlest eaters who are just starting their food adventures, pureed raspberries are a fantastic option. Start by washing a handful of ripe raspberries, removing any stems, and placing them in a blender or food processor. Blend until you achieve a smooth consistency, and voila! You have a luscious, vibrant puree that's perfect for introducing new flavours. You may choose to strain the puree to remove any seeds if desired. 

Squashed Raspberries:
Pretty soon it's time to introduce some textures. Squashing raspberries is an excellent way to provide a slightly more substantial experience. Begin by washing a handful of raspberries and placing them on a plate. Use the back of a fork or a small masher to gently squash the raspberries, creating a chunky texture. This allows your little one to experience the taste and texture of raspberries while encouraging their developing chewing skills. Offer the squashed raspberries on a spoon or let your baby explore with their little fingers, embracing the joys of self-feeding.

Whole Raspberries:
When your baby is reaching the one-year mark and becoming more proficient in their eating abilities, it's time to take things up a notch and offer whole raspberries. Ensure the raspberries are thoroughly washed and serve them as is, allowing your little one to explore the fruit in its natural form. Whole raspberries offer a fantastic sensory experience, as they have a delicate texture and the seeds provide a delightful crunch. Encourage your baby to pick up the raspberries and enjoy them independently. Just be prepared for some adorable, raspberry-stained smiles!

Remember, every baby is unique, and their readiness for different textures may vary. Always consult with your health visitor and observe your baby's cues to ensure you're introducing new foods at the appropriate age and stage.

There you have it, three ways to serve raspberries to your weaning baby! Whether you opt for the silky smoothness of puree, the squashed sensations, or the whole raspberry adventure, these tasty treats are sure to be a hit with your little one. So, get ready to embrace the joy of introducing new flavours and textures to your baby's palate. 

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