With a few extra ingredients, adults will love it with puffy pancakes or waffles.
Healthy apples also play an important role in the lives of babies, and they can be tasted in puree form from the age of 4 months. Stew the fruit on first contact, as raw grated apples can cause constipation.
You should not add anything to the puree at first, but you can enrich it later with certain dairy products, such as yoghurt or kefir. Pairing with dairy products is recommended from 6 months of age, but be sure to consult your nurse if you have any questions.
In my family, the little ones get mashed with baby biscuits, but of course we don’t just recommend applesauce for the little ones. You can also serve the treat with puffy pancakes or waffles for breakfast. In the adult version, cinnamon and sugar can be added to the puree, and if you like, you can add some pre-soaked raisins.
Ingredients for 1 serving
- 1 apple
- 150 g natural yoghurt
- 4 pieces of baby biscuits
- Purified water as needed
Peel and cube the apples and simmer in a small amount of water until soft.
Puree the apple in a blender with the yoghurt and the baby biscuits, and then dilute the puree with water if it is very thick.