Apple water for babies | apple punch for babies | how to make apple water for babies |
by Tarla Dalal
- हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Apple Water for Babies in Hindi)
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An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but this is one fruit that babies initially have trouble digesting in the raw form.
So, this apple water for babies is a wonderful way of introducing apples to your baby's diet ate around 6 to 7 months during the early stages of weaning.
As your little one grows older (8 to 9 months) and is able to digest this apple punch for babies easily, apples can be stewed in lesser water to make a purée and served to the babies without straining as shown in the recipe of Apple Stew.
Enjoy how to make Apple water for babies | apple punch for babies | how to make apple water for babies | with detailed step by step photos below.
- To make apple water for babies , boil ¾ cup of water in a broad non-stick pan.
- Add the apples and mix well. Cover with a lid and keep aside for 10 minutes.
- Strain it using a strainer.
- Serve the apple water for babies lukewarm.
- Since this is prepared by steeping apples in hot water, it contains mild, water-soluble nutrients that can be easily digested by your baby.
Apple Water for Babies recipe with step by step photos
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then also try and serve other weaning recipes
Always consult with your doctor for the age to start weaning.
In the beginning months around 7 months, feed your baby Apple Punch for Babies (Apple Water) with love. Once the baby is 8 to 9 months plus and is ready for semi-solid foods, then try Apple Stew.
Always use only sterilized knife, peeler, chopping board for preparation and bowls and spoons for feeding.
Double ensure that no seeds remain as these are not easily digestible by babies at 7 to 8 months.
Feed your baby Apple water for babies | apple punch for babies | how to make apple water for babies | in an upright position.
Feed only small quantity when introducing Apple Punch for Babies (Apple Water) for the first time and gradually increase the quantity.
Watch for signs. Babies too know how much they want to eat. A small quantity for you, may be enough for them at a given time. Also remember babies don’t stay hungry. They do make it up in the next meal.
For Apple water for babies | apple punch for babies | how to make apple water for babies | first buy the perfect apple. One of the most delicious of fruits, the apple is available almost all over the world, and almost throughout the year. Look for well coloured apples that are firm with a fresh fragrance. The skin should be smooth, with no bruises or black spots.
Wash the apple very well with clean water to make it free of dirt if any . Wash it under running water to prevent any sort of contamination.
Wipe it with a clean kitchen towel.
Cut the apple into 4 portions vertically using a sharp knife.
Remove the core and the seeds using the knife and discard them. Alternatively you can also use an apple corer.
Peel the apple with a sterilized peeler. Peel it very well so that no fibrous part remain.
Grate the apple thickly using a sterilized grater.
Meanwhile take a broad non-stick pan, add ¾ cup of water to it and bring to boil.
Switch off the flame and add grated apple to it and mix well.
Cover the pan with a lid and keep it aside for 10 minutes. This will allow the apples to steep in hot water.
After 10 minutes, strain it using a strainer.
Serve Apple water for babies | apple punch for babies | how to make apple water for babies | lukewarm to your baby. Make use of colourful bowl and spoon to attract babies.
Feed Apple Punch (Apple Water) to your baby for a few days and then try other recipes like Muskmelon Juice fort Babies and Carrot Soup for Babies, toddlers.
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