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40 Healthy Dessert Recipes for Babies under One Year

We’ve often heard the phrase, ‘Save room for dessert!’ It’s usually used to let others know that if they overeat, they’ll miss out on some delicious sweet treats.  But considering how small babies’ tummies are, saving extra room for dessert may not exactly be a practical option. But this doesn’t mean that babies can’t enjoy the sweet stuff – it just needs to be done intelligently! Here are 40 healthy dessert recipes for babies under one year of age – and even for anyone else with a sweet tooth!

40 Healthy Dessert Recipes for Babies

Pudding Recipes for Babies

1. Sugar free Coconut Rice Pudding

2. Avocado Chocolate Pudding

3. Egg Pudding without Sugar

4. Peach Pudding

Custard Recipes for Babies

5. Breast Milk Chocolate Banana Custard

6. Coconut Egg Custard

7. Instant Banana Custard

8. Oats Custard

Kheer Recipes for Babies

9. Samai Kheer

10. Sooji Kheer

11. Oats Kheer

12. Makhana Kheer

13. Poha and Dates Kheer

Halwa Recipes for Babies

14. Ragi Banana Halwa

15. Pineapple Kesari

16. Sweet Pongal

17. Beetroot Halwa

18. Banana Sheera

19. Wheat Halwa with Apple

Baked Desserts for Babies

20. Healthy No Sugar Banana Cake

21. Mixed Fruit Cupcakes

22. Baked Banana Bliss

23. Mini Blender Muffins

24. Banana Peanut Butter Cookies

25. Sugar Free Apple Crumble

Yogurt Recipes for Babies

26. Orange Creamsicle Frozen Yogurt

27. Easy Mango Yogurt

28. Pear Yogurt

29. Healthy Yogurt Melts

Frozen Treats for Babies

30. 2 Ingredient Strawberry Ice Cream

31. Breast Milk Banana Ice Cream

32. Milky Ice Lollies

33. Peanut Butter Banana Popsicles

34. Apple Pear Sorbet

Fruit Desserts for Babies

5. Apple and Apricot Dessert

36. Avocado Cream

37. Tropical Baby Delight

38. Pear Dessert

39. Creamy Fruit Cocktail

40. Berry Delight

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The biggest challenge in preparing desserts for babies is that the most common dessert ingredients are forbidden for babies under one – cow’s milk, sugar, honey and so on. But with so many other options available, this is hardly a roadblock! Here are just a few substitutes you can try in any dessert recipe to make it baby friendly:

  • Date Syrup instead of Molasses, Honey, Sugar, Agave, Maple Syrup
  • Applesauce instead of Sugar
  • Coconut Milk, Breast Milk or Formula instead of Cow’s Milk
  • Dry Fruits Powder instead of Whole Nuts
  • Whole Wheat flour instead of Refined Flour

Any dish tastes best with fresh ingredients, so if you can make these at home, even better! Just click on the links below to go to the recipe:

  • Date Syrup
  • Applesauce
  • Homemade Butter
  • Homemade Ghee

Pudding Recipes for Babies

Sugar free Coconut Rice Pudding

Well, if it doesn’t have sugar, then it must be perfect for babies under one! This is a delightfully flavored coconut rice pudding from My Fussy Eater, and if your baby is ready for a little change in texture, then this will be your perfect option! Check out this post about giving your baby coconut.

2. Avocado Chocolate Pudding

When you want to make pudding and you don’t want to use dairy, what’s the next best option? Avocado! Laurel has a rich pudding recipe that uses banana and dates to sweeten things up, and both avocados and bananas to add the requisite creaminess. Substitute the agave with dates syrup.

3. Egg Pudding without Sugar

Eggs are little powerhouses of nutrition and their protein content makes them perfect for growing babies! This egg pudding uses cinnamon and vanilla for flavoring. The recipe also uses whole egg, which is advisable for babies who have already tried egg yolk and have no history of allergies. For more info, check out our post on introducing eggs for babies.

4. Peach Pudding

Peaches are great for babies, and they also offer a very different kind of flavor. Heinz has a nice peach pudding recipe that uses only three ingredients. You can substitute the canned peaches with fresh fruit instead, to keep the dish wholesome.

Custard Recipes for Babies

5. Breast Milk Chocolate Banana Custard

Here’s a rich, cold dessert for slightly older babies – a chocolate banana custard from Baby Center. Get your doctor’s go-ahead before using the chocolate; else stick to the banana. It’ll still taste great!

6. Coconut Egg Custard

This is a lovely custard recipe from Baby Center that uses coconut milk in place of milk. The apricot puree adds a nice flavor and steaming it gives it that beautiful texture that your little one will love! This recipe uses a whole egg, so please ensure your baby has had egg yolk without trouble and has no history of allergies.

7. Instant Banana Custard

Baby desserts don’t get easier than this instant banana custard from Fatima! Just blend everything and serve! The idea of using boiled brown rice is genius – just make sure it’s well cooked so that it meshes with the other ingredients smoothly.

8. Oats Custard

All you need for this easy oats custard recipe from GK Food Diary is already there in your kitchen! Use baby’s usual milk, along with organic oats, egg yolk and dry fruits powder to create a creamy, yummy dessert!

Kheer Recipes for Babies

9. Samai Kheer

Rice is one of the most popular ingredient for preparing kheer, especially for babies. Instead, introduce them to different grains and millets like samai or little millet. Kids generally take to sweet dishes more easily than savory ones, so dessert is a great way to introduce them to our traditional grains!

10. Sooji Kheer

Sooji or Rava is basically semolina, made while grinding wheat into flour. Sooji is easily digestible but filling at the same time. With ghee and dry fruits powder, this Sooji Kheer recipe is the ideal recipe to keep little tummies full for longer!

11. Oats Kheer

Oats is a nutritious and healthy food, high in soluble fiber and low on sodium. However, not all babies love oats, so this oats kheer makes it a yummy way to sneak in some oats in your little one’s diet! This oats kheer is a healthy and easy dessert recipe and it can be sweetened with dates or fig puree for babies under one.

12. Makhana Kheer

Makhana refers to lotus seeds – not something many Moms are used to! Lotus seeds are rich in carbohydrates and protein, along with magnesium, potassium and phosphorous. The neutral taste of Makhana lends itself perfectly for kheer, to which you can add any of baby’s favorite fruit purees. What’s more, this is an ideal food for travel as only hot water needs to be added to the powder.

13. Poha and Dates Kheer

For many of us, poha is synonymous with breakfast, but it’s quick cooking feature and soft texture makes it perfect for kheer. This poha kheer recipe from Shishu World is perfect for weaning babies for a number of reasons – it’s yummy, it’s packed with iron and other nutrients, it’s free from sugar, honey and cow’s milk.

Halwa Recipes for Babies

14. Ragi Banana Halwa

Give your baby a naturally sweet nutritious dessert packed with calcium, potassium and fiber – Ragi Banana Halwa! This ragi banana halwa recipe does not make use of milk or sweeteners like jaggery and sugar. Ripe banana puree acts as a natural sweetener in this recipe. You can adjust the consistency of the halwa as per the baby’s age, making it like porridge or thicker for older babies.

15. Pineapple Kesari

If your baby has enjoyed sooji in the sooji kheer recipe above, then take it a step further by adding pineapple! The sweetness of the pineapple and the nuttiness of the dry fruits powder go very well together, so you don’t need any sugar or other sweeteners!

16. Sweet Pongal

Pongal is a popular dish that is cooked specially during the south Indian festival of the same name. It’s a rice dish and mildly spiced, and also has a sweet version – sweet Pongal! Although sweet, sweet Pongal is much too healthy to qualify as dessert! Besides rice, it also has moong dal and ghee, which are just what growing babies need!

17. Beetroot Halwa

When carrot halwa gets too mainstream, what do you do? Make beetroot halwa! Beetroots are an excellent source of folate and manganese, so you have a sweet dish and vegetable dish in one! This baby friendly recipe does not use milk, and the beetroot’s natural sweetness does away with the need of sugar or jaggery for babies under one.

18. Banana Sheera

This is a yummy recipe that works well for babies and toddlers too! GK Food Diary has a simple recipe that you can try. It’s best to avoid the jaggery and cashews for young babies. Opting for homemade ghee will make the dish not just healthier, but tastier too!

19. Wheat Halwa with Apple

This wheat halwa recipe is so delicious, you won’t feel like restricting it to babies under one year! From GK Food Diary, this recipe uses dates and apples for sweetness, so you can absolutely stay away from other sweeteners. For older kids (or yourself), you can add in some nuts as well.

Baked Desserts for Babies

20. Healthy No Sugar Banana Cake

Wondering how you can make a cake for a baby? I mean after all, you can’t use sugar or butter or milk, so how can it be done? Fit Mama Real Food shows us that it can indeed be done! Using ingredients like bananas, homemade applesauce and coconut oil, the recipe will give you a light cake, perfect for baby to smash!

21. Mixed Fruit Cupcakes

Cupcakes for babies, now how does that work? Don’t worry, Noman has the answer with a yummy mixed fruit cupcake recipe that uses fresh fruits, dry fruits and brown rice flour instead of refined flour. With so many healthy ingredients, this is not a cupcake that will induce guilt after eating! Use mini cupcake moulds to make it easy for baby’s little fingers to handle.

22. Baked Banana Bliss

Just like the name, baking this dish will fill your home with a blissful aroma! Virginia has a simple recipe that can be modified so that it’s suitable for all stages of weaning as well as for toddlers. You can use date syrup instead of the honey, and puree the bananas for young babies.

23. Mini Blender Muffins

These mini muffins from Healthy Little Foodies are perfect for little hands to tear apart and stuff in their mouths! Made with oats and dates, it’s a great option that can be customized for all ages. You can skip the baking powder if you like, but ensure your baby is okay with eating the egg white too.

24. Banana Peanut Butter Cookies

Mummy to Dex has a simple recipe for baby cookies – with just four ingredients! You can use just the egg yolk instead of the whole egg, and you can slightly cook the oats for young babies. And don’t forget, use smooth peanut butter!

25. Sugar Free Apple Crumble

If you’ve made apple crumble before, before, you know that sugar is an important ingredient, which isn’t good for babies. So Mama Cook has the perfect solution – sugar free apple crumble! Use homemade butter to make this a 100% homemade crumble!

Yogurt Recipes for Babies

 Orange Creamsicle Frozen Yogurt

You won’t believe how yummy this dessert from My Fussy Eater is! Made from simple ingredients like fresh oranges and full fat yogurt, this is very easy to make, and also deliciously creamy! Perfect dessert for the summer months!

27. Easy Mango Yogurt

As summer arrives and mangoes become abundant, you have got to make this Easy Mango Yogurt Recipe! This is another super healthy dessert that is way better than store-bought yogurts that contain loads of sugar and added flavors. Instead, you get the probiotic goodness of yogurt and the fiber and vitamins of mango in a yummy dish!

28. Pear Yogurt

Cow & Gate has a super easy recipe for pear yogurt that needs just two ingredients – pears and yogurt! Choose a ripe, juicy pear, so that the yogurt is more sweet than tart. If you think it needs a little sweetness, try adding some homemade applesauce.

29. Healthy Yogurt Melts

These yogurt melts are so cute! And considering all they contain is fruit puree and plain yogurt, they’re super healthy as well! Use any fruit puree of your choice, though I think strawberry would look the prettiest! These also make great snacks for older kids.

Frozen Treats for Babies

30. 2 Ingredient Strawberry Ice Cream

A dessert for babies that’s gluten, dairy and sugar free all at once? Yes, that’s what this strawberry ice cream recipe from My Fussy Eater is – with just two ingredients! Fresh strawberries and ripe bananas are all you need to make this absolutely delightful dessert!

31. Breast Milk Banana Ice Cream

Now here’s the perfect summer treat for baby! Fit Mommy Diaries shows you how you can make breast milk ice cream where the milk and banana add the required sweetness and cinnamon gives it an extra zing!

32. Milky Ice Lollies

Here’s another interesting recipe from Rohana to make with breast milk or formula – ice lollies! The idea is very basic – Mix the milk and fruit puree and freeze. You can either use a single fruit, if your baby is in Stage 1 weaning, or go with a combination of fruits if your baby is in Stage 2.

33. Peanut Butter Banana Popsicles

This recipe from My Fussy Eater sounds like something I would love to try! Peanut butter and bananas are a popular combination, and they come together in this Popsicle recipe. Bananas add sweetness and creaminess, along with smooth peanut butter. Check out our post on giving baby nuts.

34. Apple Pear Sorbet

Sure, the name sounds all fancy, but this is a surprisingly easy dessert to make! This recipe from Annabel Karmel uses fresh apples and pears, so you can skip the sugar – there’s already plenty of fruity sweetness to go around! Besides the freezing time, this takes about 15 minutes, so you don’t have to spend too long!

Fruit Desserts for Babies 

5. Apple and Apricot Dessert

Give your baby a dessert with a slight tang, made of just three ingredients – apple, apricot and water! Baby Center shows us how you can turn simple ingredients into a yummy dessert that’ll have baby asking for more!

36. Avocado Cream

Shelly has a lovely recipe that is so nutritious, calling it a dessert is underselling it! Packed with antioxidants, healthy fats, Vitamin E, potassium, probiotics and fiber, this avocado cream recipe is many things in one! Make it a little chunky for some texture for older babies and a smoother consistency for the younger ones.

37. Tropical Baby Delight

This is sure to delight baby – and probably Mom too! Vickie has a recipe that includes a medley of fruits – banana, mango, apples, oranges and lemons. This is suitable for older babies, once you’ve tried all the fruits individually and your baby has no problem with any of them. You could also modify the recipe by removing the unfamiliar fruit or replacing them with others.

38. Pear Dessert

If your baby is bored of stewed pear or pear puree, use this nutritious fruit to make a spiced pear dessert from Baby Centre! Packed with Vitamins C and B, this is one healthy dessert for your little one! You can substitute the fromage frais with cottage cheese. Check out this post about giving your baby cheese.

39. Creamy Fruit Cocktail

The best part about Patricia’s creamy fruit cocktail recipe is that you can use any fruit you like – including whatever is baby’s favorite! You don’t have to worry about the creaminess of the fruit, because the cheese and yogurt will take care of it. Go with just one or two fruits to avoid too many flavors clashing with each other.

40. Berry Delight

Now this is one antioxidant rich dessert!! The recipe from Mom Junction uses an assortment of berries to make this very attractive dish. You can use the ones mentioned or whatever are available in your area. You can also substitute the maple syrup with homemade date syrup.

I bet you didn’t know there could be so many dessert recipes for babies under one year! And that too, with such an assortment of healthy ingredients. If you have any doubt about whether any ingredient is suitable for your baby, check it below:

  1. When can I give my baby Honey
  2. When can I give my baby Cow’s Milk
  3. Can I give my baby Eggs
  4. Can I give my baby Cheese
  5. Can I give my baby Nuts
  6. Can I give my baby Figs
  7. Can I give my baby Makhana
  8. Can I give my baby Avocado
  9. Can I give my baby Coconut
  10. Can I give my baby Millet
  11. Tips for Cooking with Breast Milk or Formula

If you’d like to try organic/natural versions of the ingredients mentioned in the recipes above, just click on the links below:

  • Organic Oats (6 months+)
  • Dry Fruits Powder (8 months+)
  • Sprouted Ragi Powder (6 months+)
  • Makhana  (6 months+)
  • Cinnamon

Now that you’ve got everything you need, go ahead and make your baby something special and sweet!

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20 Baby Led Weaning Dessert Ideas

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I’ve found with both of my boys, that at around 8-10 months old, when weaning is established and you’re offering three meals a day, it’s fun to introduce a dessert to make each meal two courses instead of one. This usually coincides with baby’s sleep regression and growth spurt so the extra calories can really help baby master all those new skills he’s learning, like pulling himself up and cruising. Of course, you don’t want desserts to be sugar laden, unhealthy treats – and they needn’t be. Sugar free dessert options are plentiful and this list comprises of our favourite 20 baby led weaning dessert ideas that are healthy, nutritious and easy to make!


1. Banana Pancakes

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We usually offer pancakes of some sort for breakfast, but why not offer them as a dessert too? These simple banana pancakes use only two ingredients, take seconds to prepare and only a couple of minutes to cook. Yummy!

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2. Baked Banana

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This recipe turns bananas into a lovely gooey mush and therefore may be difficult for younger baby led weaneing babies to hold them. It is however a great opportunity to practise with pre loaded spoons or for baby to try using a spoon himself if he’s a little older.

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3. Cloud Jellies

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These cloud jellies use gelatin which doesn’t contain any added sugar or hidden nasties and the best part? The writer of the recipe says as well as gelatin being great for digestion and bone density, it also helps to aide sleep! Something us Mums need a lot more of, am I right?!

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4. Baked Pears

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Just like the baked banana recipe above, this baked pear recipe creates yummy goey pears that can be enjoyed by baby without worrying it may be too tough on his little gums.

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5. Sweet Potato Biscuits

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Who doesn’t love a yummy biscuit? And I can definitely vouch that these sweet potato biscuits are super yummy and a firm favourite with both baby and toddler as either a snack or a quick dessert.

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6. Baked Mango

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Another baked fruit favourite. Mango is so sweet and juicy and is a lovely little treat for a baby led weaning dessert.

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7. Sugar Free Flapjacks

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This recipe is super versatile and could work as a breakfast, a snack and of course as a yummy baby led weaning dessert. I love making a big batch of these sugar free flapjacks, but they never last long!

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8. Avocado and Blueberry Mini Muffins

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Another recipe which can be batch cooked and double up as a baby led weaning dessert or as a snack on the go. Avocado and blueberry is the perfect combination and these muffins are to die for!

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Lemon Cake

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This baby led weaning cake uses coconut flour to create a gluten free baby led weaning dessert option that can be shared by the whole family. It’s light and fluffy and contains no added sugar so can be enjoyed guilt free by everyone!

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10. Sugar Free Custard

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Custard is one of those desserts fro my childhood that I look back on and think ewww. I don’t know if it’s because of yucky school dinners or terrible packet version of custard, but I really do not have fond memories. However, this sugar free recipe is a game changer when it comes to custard. None of the above memories apply and it can be enjoyed by everyone – baby included with a pre-loaded spoon.

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11. Coconut Rice Pudding

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Homemade rice pudding is absolutely divine – even when you omit the sugar. I could literally eat the rice pudding I create from this recipe ALL DAY. Baby seems to love it too!

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12. Berry and Coconut Chia Pudding

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Chia pudding is SO easy to make and it’s another firm favourite of our little man. The berries and coconut complement each other well and create a tangy chia pudding packed full of nutrients for baby.

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13. Frozen Yoghurt Bark

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This was one of the first ever desserts I offered to my first little boy when he was weaning and he loved it. It’s causes so much less baby led weaning mess than offering pre loaded spoons containing yoghurt and it’s super versatile too.

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14. Apple Pudding

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This apple pudding from Joanne over at Weaningful is so yummy – she has such a knack of creating hearty and delicious dessert options and this particular recipe does not disappoint. It goes great after Sunday dinner and I like to serve it alongside a bit of the aforementioned custard.

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15. Chocolate Avocado Mousse

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Chocolate is a bit of a contentious issue among Mums, but I am okay with it in moderation. This mousse recipe is a particular favourite of my toddler’s, but I let the baby have small tastes in moderation too. After all, it also contains avocado which is a super food as far as I’m concerned.

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16. Blueberry and Apple Cake

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This recipe is actually for a 1st birthday smash cake, but it can easily be adapted to create a yummy cake for the whole family to enjoy in moderation as part of a weekend dessert. With no added sugar, it is literally guilt free cake!

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17. Plum and Coconut Chai Pudding

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Another yummy chia pudding recipe, this time using plums. Felix cannot get enough of this one.

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18. Beetroot and Black Cherry Rice Pudding

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A rice pudding with added beetroot? I am a huge fan of using beetroot in recipes (pancakes, pesto, waffles, eggy bread to name a few) but I’d never thought of getting it involved with a yummy rice pudding. The black cherry addition just completes the whole package!

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19. Baked Apples

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A final baked fruit entry on this baby led weaning desserts list. Apple and cinnamon is the perfect combination in my humble opinion.

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20. Apricot Snow Logs

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Finally we have these apricot snow logs using desiccated coconut to create the snow look. These can be rolled into balls or into long sausages for ease of holding. The best bit is they take only two hours to set in the fridge and require no cooking or baking! Hurrah!

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I hope you enjoyed this post of our favourite baby led weaning dessert ideas. What is your favourite baby friendly dessert to offer during baby’s lunch or dinner time? Do let me know in the comments and be sure to let me know if you try any of these delicious recipes!

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5 unusual baby food desserts

We all know about the valuable and healthy properties of baby food, but alas, after opening it can not be stored in the refrigerator for more than 24 hours. And for sure, every mother who recently started complementary foods for her child at least once threw away jars of half-eaten baby food or washed off the remnants of milk porridge down the sink. Of course, caring parents do not feel sorry for their own child, but what if we help you find a new use for perishable products and diversify the diet of all members of your family?

Must-try recipes

(Warning! Not recommended on an empty stomach!)

  • Let's bake the easiest cake in the world? You will need just one glass of sugar, flour, sour cream and milk mixture. Next, you need to add three eggs and a teaspoon of baking powder, mix everything well and bake in the form for half an hour until cooked. The resulting biscuit can be smeared with cream or jam. And if you spread the dough into cupcake molds during cooking, then you will get delicious muffins.
  • Powdered milk can also be used to make truffle sweets. To begin with, on low heat, boil the syrup from a glass of sugar, half a glass of water and 170 g of butter. Remove from heat when the consistency becomes like sour cream, add 100 g cocoa and 200 g baby formula. Stir until smooth, and after the mass has cooled, make balls out of it and place them in the freezer for a couple of hours. Before drinking tea, we recommend defrosting sweets a little.
  • In order to make homemade natural ice cream quickly and easily, beat 500 ml of heavy cream well. Then slowly pour in half a liter of milk. Now for the fun part: add some vanilla for a creamy taste, or whatever fruit puree you like. Pour the mixture into molds and freeze. She will be a real salvation on a hot day.
  • Diversify your signature pancakes! In the standard preparation, mix the sweet puree into the dough. If the consistency is too thin, increase the amount of flour and continue cooking as usual. So you make the taste interesting, and the dish will be incredibly fragrant. You can also use fruity baby food as a jam or pancake filling, and baby curds make an excellent base for cheesecakes.
  • Only 300 g of puree and a couple of spoons of gelatin will make a natural and tasty fruit jelly. Mix these ingredients and leave to swell. After a couple of minutes, heat the mass in a saucepan until the gelatin crystals dissolve, cool and beat with a mixer until it increases in volume. Almost done! It remains only to distribute in portions and cool in the refrigerator.

In addition, vegetable and meat purees can be used to prepare sauces, pâtés and casseroles. And if these culinary ideas don't appeal to you, we suggest you try applying fruit baby food as a face mask to your cleansed face! Such a cosmetic procedure will fill the skin with natural, nutrients and vitamins.

We hope that after these recipes, baby food will become a must-have item on your weekly shopping list and the most favorite healthy treat for both children and adults. Do not be afraid to experiment and remember that only what is cooked with love is delicious!

August 12, 2018 Victoria Lysenko

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Baby food candies

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Cooking time: 3 h 50 min PT3H50M

Too much infant formula left? The question arises: what to do with it? You can cook a delicious treat that will be many times more useful than store-bought sweets. Such a treat can be given to children, but adults will also like it. The cooking process is extremely simple and it is easy to see:

1. Place the butter in a small saucepan, add granulated sugar to it, pour in the specified amount of milk. We put the pan on a slow fire and begin to heat the mixture, stirring occasionally. Butter and sugar should be completely melted. We are waiting for the mixture to boil, and immediately remove the pan from the heat. Leave the contents of the pan alone for 10 minutes. It is not necessary to cover it with a lid - let the mass cool slowly.

2. At this time, wash the hazelnuts (you can use any nuts, pieces of dried fruit or do without the filling at all), dry it with a paper towel.

3. When 10 minutes have passed, start adding baby food in parts, kneading the dough well each time. The mass should become smooth, homogeneous, all the ingredients in it should be well combined.

4. The next stage is the formation of sweets. To do this, we pinch off small pieces from the dough, form balls from them, and put a nut (or other selected filling) inside.

Roll each resulting candy in coconut flakes, which we pour onto a flat plate. Lay the candies on a baking sheet lined with baking paper. We remove the baking sheet with sweets for 2-3 hours in the refrigerator. When this time has passed, the sweets will be ready to serve on the table for tea.

They turn out really tasty - relatives will appreciate it!

Have a warm and cozy tea party with your family!

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