This page shows you the best ways to thin baby food purees and helps you achieve the ideal texture for your little one!
IMPORTANT: To pinpoint foods that cause digestive problems and allergic reactions in your baby, it is important to introduce new foods separately, at least four days apart. You should also consult your doctor before introducing ANY new foods to your baby.
Have you ever pureed a meal for your baby, only to find that it has a thick, gluey and unappetizing consistency?
Then here are some ideas for ways in which you can thin baby food purees to the perfect texture AND ensure that they remain healthy and nutritious.
Actually, we recommend waiting until you have thawed your baby’s puree ready for use before you try thinning it.
Changes in the cell structures of some foods can take place during the freezing process. This means that a puree can be pleasantly thick when you put it into the freezer – but horribly watery once its thawed!
If you have already discovered this for yourself, then find out how to thicken baby food purees!
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