Mango combination baby food

Mango Puree For Babies - Eating Bird Food

How to make a delicious mango puree out of fresh (or frozen) mango. It’s perfect for serving to baby or to use in recipes.

I don’t know about you, but when I was first introducing Olivia to solids, I definitely went with the obvious choices like sweet potato, banana, avocado and then started exploring foods with more unique flavors.

Mango puree wasn’t something I thought of immediately, but it was the perfect next step. It’s naturally sweet and when blended has a super creamy consistency! It quickly became one of Olivia’s favorite purees.

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • Mango puree is a great stage 1 food for babies because it’s sweet and purees into a really creamy consistency.
  • You can use fresh or frozen mango and there’s no cooking involved, which makes it so easy!
  • Despite being low in calories, mangos are chock full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

Are Mangos Healthy?

Absolutely, yes! Rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, mango is especially high in vitamins A and C. Mangos also contain a group of digestive enzymes called amylases (source). These digestive enzymes help to break down larger food molecules, allowing your body to more easily digest them – this is especially great for little tummies just starting with solid foods!

Mangos and Constipation

Because mangos contain plenty of water and dietary fiber, it’s believed to help relieve constipation and even diarrhea. As baby is introduced to new foods they may experience some gastrointestinal issues (like constipation) and mango puree may help alleviate them! (source)

How to Make Mango Puree

Making mango puree is super simple! First you’ll want peel the mango with a paring knife and chop it into chunks. They don’t need to be too precise since you’ll be blending them up. Next, place the diced mango into a high powered blender or food processor.

And blend until smooth!

If the puree is too thick you can add a little water or milk to thin, starting with 1 teaspoon or 1 Tablespoon and adding more as needed. If you’re making this for a baby around 6-9 months I recommend using breastmilk or formula to thin the puree, just for the added nutrients.

How to Serve Mango Puree to Baby

For early stage 1 eaters, mango puree is great served straight up with a spoon. Once baby starts moving into stage 2 and 3 foods you can make fun combination purees (see ideas below) or add mango puree to different foods like yogurt, smoothies and oatmeal. My baby oatmeal recipe would be delicious with mango puree stirred in.

Foods That Pair Well With Mango Puree

With its natural sweetness and creaminess, mango puree pairs well with so many things! Here are some pairing ideas to help make vegetables and grains more palatable to baby:

  • Green veggies – kale, spinach, avocado, zucchini, peas
  • Orange veggies – sweet potato, butternut squash, carrot
  • White veggies – cauliflower
  • Other fruit – banana, strawberries, peaches, apples, kiwis, pears
  • Dairy – yogurt, cottage cheese, ricotta cheese
  • Grains – quinoa, oats
  • Legumes – chickpeas, lentils
  • Seasonings and spices – curry, ginger, mint, nutmeg, cinnamon

Mango Baby Food Combo Ideas

Here are some baby food combos with mango that might be fun to try:

  • Sweet potato and mango
  • Banana, mango and coconut milk
  • Mango and pear
  • Oatmeal and mango
  • Banana, mango and strawberries
  • Carrot, mango and yogurt
  • Spinach, mango and apples

Pineapple and mango is a great combo that I share in my stage 2 baby food combinations post!

Mango FAQ

Should you strain mango puree?

Using a high powered blender or food processor should result in a very smooth consistency, but if you prefer you can put your mango puree through a sieve to reduce the fibers.

How can I tell if a mango is ripe?

When selecting a mango, look for a fruit that gives slightly when squeezed. You only need to apply gentle pressure, similar to a ripe avocado or peach. You will also notice a slightly sweet aroma from the stem.

Can I use frozen mango?

Yes! Frozen mango retains the same health benefits as fresh mango thanks to technologies in flash freezing. You can definitely use frozen mango to make puree. Just thaw the mango overnight in the refrigerator, at room temp or using the defrost setting in your microwave. One thawed, add the chunks to your blender or food process and puree.

Can you freeze the puree if you used frozen mango?

Yes, as long as you cook the mango first! You shouldn’t let frozen foods thaw, puree and re-freeze without cooking them. So if you use frozen mango to make the puree, serve immediately or store in the fridge for a few days, but do not freeze it again unless you cook it. If you cook the frozen mango (simmer or steam on the stovetop) and then puree it, it will be safe to freeze.

What is the best way to cut a mango?

Check out this easy how to cut a mango guide for the best tips and tricks!

How to Store Mango Puree

Fresh mango baby food should be stored in the fridge and used within 3-4 days. For longer storage, I recommend freezing the puree! I like using silicone ice cube tray or freezer safe jars because they make it easier to thaw smaller amounts for serving to babies.

reminder! You shouldn’t let frozen foods thaw (without cooking), puree and re-freeze. So if you use frozen mango to make puree, serve immediately or store in the fridge for a few days but do not freeze it again.

How to Thaw Frozen Puree

I recommend thawing frozen mango puree in the fridge the night before you want to use it, but you can also thaw it quickly with a warm water bath. It thaws quickly if you’re defrosting a small amount to serve to a baby.

Other Ways to Use Mango Puree

Mango puree is great for babies, but there are so many other ways for older kids and adults to enjoy it too. Here are some ideas:

  • Mix into chia pudding – mango puree is amazing in chia pudding. Use it to make my mango chia pudding!
  • Swirl into oatmeal or yogurt – drizzle on top of my tropical overnight oats or mix into your favorite yogurt.
  • Topping for pancakes and waffles – level up your breakfast or brunch by topping pancakes or waffles with this puree. Try it on my greek yogurt pancakes!
  • Make a smoothie – mango gives smoothies a delicious flavor and texture. You can add the pureed fruit straight into a smoothie, but I love adding using frozen mango puree for smoothies as well. No need to thaw, just pop a couple cubes of mango puree into your blender with the rest of your smoothie ingredients. Try my 3 ingredient mango smoothie with mango, yogurt and milk. Kiddos love this one!
  • For cakes and desserts – mango puree is often mixed into sweet treats like mango pound cake or mango cheesecake. This mango bread looks delish.
  • Serve over ice cream – mix mango puree in when making homemade ice cream or simply serve over top of ice cream or frozen yogurt for an extra touch of sweetness that packs in some nutrients! It would be delicious served over my banana ice cream for a tropical treat!
  • Stir into drinks – make a mango mojito, stir into a vodka soda or use it in place of peach puree in a bellini for a tropical twist. A mango martini also sounds yummy!

More Baby Food Purees

  • Sweet Potato Puree
  • Butternut Squash Puree
  • Peach Puree
  • Carrot Puree
  • Pumpkin Puree
  • Applesauce
  • Pea Puree
  • Banana Puree

More Recipes and Resources

  • Introducing Solids to Baby + My Approach
  • Healthy Smash Cake
  • Banana Pancakes For Babies
  • Baby Yogurt Melts
  • Oatmeal For Babies

Be sure to check out my full collection of mango recipes as well as all of the baby food recipes here on EBF.

How to Make Mango Puree

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How to make a delicious mango puree out of fresh (or frozen) mango. It's perfect for serving to baby or to use in recipes.

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Prep Time 5 minutes

Total Time 5 minutes

Servings 2

  • 2 ripe mangoes, washed, peeled, and pits removed
  • Chop fresh mango into large chunks.

  • Place mango in a high powered blender or food processor.

  • Blend until totally smooth and serve. If the puree is too thick you can add a little water or milk to thin, starting with 1 teaspoon or 1 Tablespoon, adding more as needed.

  • Store mango puree in the fridge for 3-4 days or in the freezer or up to 3 months. I like to freeze the puree in silicone ice cube trays or small freezer-safe jars so I can easily thaw small amounts when I want to use them.

  • I recommend thawing frozen puree in the fridge the night before you want to use it, but you can also thaw it quickly with a warm water bath.

  • food processor

  • blender

  • Using 1 mango – you can try using 1 mango to make the puree, but I’ve found that 2 often works better in terms of having enough volume for blending or processing. 
  • Frozen mango – frozen mango works too. Simply thaw and blend as the recipe instructs. 1 mango is about 1 1/2 cups of mango chunks.

Serving: 4ounces Calories: 70kcal Carbohydrates: 18g Protein: 1g Fat: 0.5g Sodium: 10mg Potassium: 149mg Fiber: 2g Sugar: 15g


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Mango Puree for Baby By Age: Combinations, Benefits & Tips

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Mango puree for baby is a delicious and healthy way to introduce your little one to solid foods. It is easy to make and can be mixed with other fruits or vegetables to create delicious baby food puree combinations.

In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits of mango puree for babies, as well as some tips on how to make it and a list of age-appropriate mango baby puree combination ideas.

Mango Puree For Baby.

Mango Puree For Baby

Mango puree for baby is a popular first new food choice for many parents.

Because mangos are a naturally sweet fruit, your baby is likely to enjoy the taste of fresh mango.

And, since they’re soft, easy to digest, packed with nutrient and easy to puree, they’re perfect for babies 6 months and up.

Benefits Of Mango For Babies

The mango pulp is rich source of potassium, dietary fiber and vitamins such as vitamin C and A in particular which are essential for your baby’s development.

Mangoes are also a good source of antioxidants and carotenoids – all having tremendous health benefits.

Vitamin C helps your baby’s body absorb iron and aids in the development of collagen, which is important for healthy skin, bones and blood vessels.

Vitamin A is important for vision, skin and immune system health.

Fiber helps to regulate digestion and can prevent constipation.

According to dietary guidelines, a 6 to 12 month old baby is recommended to consume about 40 mg of Vitamin C per day. So if you feed your baby 1 tablespoon of mango puree, he will get approximately 3.65 mg of Vitamin C.

That’s just a fraction of what he needs. So don’t rely on mangoes alone to meet your baby’s vitamin C requirements.

Instead, try incorporating other baby foods into his diet that are rich in this important nutrient, such as cabbage, bell peppers, broccoli, citrus fruits and melons (cantaloupe). 

How To Make Mango Pure For Baby (Stage 1)

Here is how to make mango puree for 6 month old baby:

  1. Wash the mango thoroughly under running water.
  2. Peel the mango and remove the pit. Use a sharp knife or a peeler to peel away the skin of the mango. Then, cut around the pit to remove it. You don’t need to cook the mango for making a puree. The most nutritious way is to consume is fresh.
  3. Cut the mango lengthways and then into chunks. Smaller pieces will blend more easily and result in smoother baby food purees.
  4. Blend: Puree the mango in a blender or food processor. If your baby is just starting on solids, add a little water if necessary to thin out the puree to your desired consistency. You can also add breast milk or formula to the puree if you like.
How to prepare mango for pureeing.

Tips For Making Mango Puree (Fresh Or Frozen)

  • Start with fresh ripe mangoes. Look for mangoes that are deep yellow in color and give slightly when pressed. Avoid mangos that are hard, green, or bruised.
  • Under-ripe mango will be less smooth when pureed.
  • If you can’t find fresh mangoes, you can use frozen mango. If you don’t want to add any liquid when blending, make sure to thaw completely before pureeing. If you’re going to use frozen mango, you’ll need liquid for blending.
Frozen mango.

Combinations Ideas For Mango Puree (Stage 2 & 3)

Once your baby is used to eating mango puree on its own, you can start to experiment and mix different flavor combinations to make delicious recipes:

Here are some delicious mango baby food combinations to try:

  • Mango and Peach Puree: This classic combo is sure to be a hit with your little one. Simply add a ripe peach to your mango puree and blend until smooth.
  • Mango and Apple Puree: For a slightly tart flavor, add an apple to your diced mango and blend.
  • Mango and berry mix (choose between blueberries, blackberries or raspberries). The taste is amazing, and the color will delight your baby.
  • Mango, Banana and Avocado Puree: For a nutrient-rich baby food with monounsaturated fat, combine mango, banana and avocado.
  • Mango, Carrot and Sweet Potato Puree: This sweet and savory combo is perfect for baby’s first Thanksgiving. Simply add cooked carrots and sweet potatoes to your mango puree and blend until smooth.
  • Mango and Yogurt: Simply add plain yogurt and mango chunks to your blender or food processor and puree until desired consistency is reached. You can also add a little water to thin it out if necessary.
  • Mango, pumpkin and pear puree: This is a great fall baby food recipe. Simply add cooked pumpkin and pear to your mango baby puree and blend until smooth.
  • Mango and Oatmeal Puree: For a heartier baby food, add cooked oatmeal to your mango puree. This combo is also great for babies who are teething since the oatmeal will help soothe their gums.
  • Mango, Banana and Coconut Milk Puree: This delicious tropical mix is perfect for summertime.
  • Mango, Orange and Strawberry Puree: This tropical combo baby food is sure to please your little one’s taste buds. Simply combine mango, orange and strawberry purees and blend in a food processor until smooth.
  • Mango smoothie: (mango + banana + berries + yogurt + water or milk). This is a great way to use up any leftover mango puree. Just add all ingredients to a blender and mix. Serve right away.
  • Mango puree with broccoli and leafy greens for extra antioxidants and vitamins.

As you can see, there are endless possibilities when it comes to mango puree combinations and recipes. So get creative and have fun experimenting!

How to freeze mango puree for longer storage.

Storing and Serving Mango Baby Puree

  • Mango puree can be stored in the fridge for up to 48 hours in an airtight container.
  • Freeze for longer storage in a portioned freezer tray for up to 3 months.
  • When you’re ready to serve, simply thaw the mango puree in the fridge overnight. For faster thawing, place it in a bowl of warm water for about 15 minutes.
  • To avoid waste, only make mango puree as much as you need. If your baby doesn’t eat it all, don’t re-freeze it.
Mango puree for babies and possible combinations.

Mango Baby Puree FAQs

When Should I Introduce Mango Puree To My Baby?

You can start introducing mango puree to your baby when he or she is around 6 months old and is showing signs of readiness for solid foods.

Can I Give My 5 Month Old Mango Puree?

Yes, you can give your baby mango puree as early as 5 months old, if your baby is showing signs of readiness. Be sure to start with small amounts and watch for any signs of allergies. But keep in mind that World Health Organization has advised to start solids at 6 months.

Can I give my baby mango puree if he is constipated?

Yes, mango puree can help relieve constipation in babies. The high fiber content in mangoes helps to bulk up stools and promote regular bowel movements. Just be sure to start with small amounts.

How Often Can I Give Mango Puree To My Baby?

You can give mango puree to your baby as often as you like, just make sure to balance out with other type of foods. You can start with 1 tablespoon
of mango puree a day. Once the baby is older than 6 months, the baby can advance to 2 or 3 tablespoons per day and up to 4-6 tablespoons at 9 months.

Can I give my baby mango puree if he is teething?

Yes. But the best way to serve mango for teething, is a frozen chunk of mango into a food feeder or make small frozen popsicles. The act of sucking on a frozen fruit will help to soothe the gums and provide relief from pain.

How Do I Know If My Baby Is Allergic To Mango?

The most common symptom of a mango allergy is itchiness or swelling around the mouth. If you notice these symptoms, stop feeding your baby mango puree and consult with your pediatrician.

More Baby Puree Recipes To Try

  • Carrot Puree For Babies By Stage + Combination Ideas
  • Broccoli Puree For Baby By Stage + Combinations
  • Baby Food With Prunes + Combinations
  • Avocado Baby Food Ideas + Combinations

Mango puree is a delicious and healthy food for children. It’s packed with nutrients that are essential for baby’s growth and development. Plus, it’s easy to make at home with minimum prep time. So if you’re looking for a new baby food to try, make mango puree!

Need more puree recipes? Check out the puree category for more ideas!

Mango Puree for Baby By Stage: Recipe And Baby Food Combinations


Mango puree for babies is a delicious and healthy way to introduce your little one to solid foods at 6 months. It is easy to make and can be mixed with other fruits or vegetables to create delicious mango baby food puree combinations.

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DIETS: Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Vegan

Prep Time 5 mins

Blending Time 1 min

Total Time 6 mins

Course Main Course

Cuisine Baby Food

Servings 10 tbsp

Calories 11 kcal

Basic Mango Puree For Baby (Stage 1)
  • 1/2 medium mango (about 1/2 cup of pulp)
  • 2 tbsp liquid (water, breast milk or formula)
Mango Puree Combinations (Stage 2 and 3)
  • 1 Mango + peach puree (1:1)
  • 1 Mango + apple puree (1:1)
  • 1 Mango + berries (blackberry, blueberry, strawberry or raspberry) (1::1)
  • Mango + banana + coconut milk (1:1:1)
  • Mango + carrot + sweet potato puree (1:1:1)
  • Mango + pumpkin + pear puree (1:1:!1)
  • Mango + carrot puree (1:1)
  • Mango + oatmeal puree (1:1)
  • Mango + yogurt (1:1)
  • Mango + orange + strawberry puree:  (1:1:1)
  • 1/4 cup liquid (for a soupy consistency)
Tips For Mango Baby Puree
  • Avoid mangos that are hard, green, or bruised. Under-ripe mango will be less smooth when pureed.
  • If you can’t find fresh mangoes, you can use frozen mango. If you don’t want to add any liquid when blending, make sure to thaw completely before pureeing.
  • If you’re going to use frozen mango, you’ll need liquid for blending.
  • Mango puree can be stored in the fridge for up to 48 hours in an airtight container or freeze for up to six months.
  • Thaw the mango puree in the fridge overnight. For faster thawing, place it in a bowl of warm water for about 15 minutes.

Serving: 2tbspCalories: 11kcalCarbohydrates: 2g

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Combined baby food menu. Complementary feeding schedule - Encyclopedia Baby food

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Combination of baby food, sample menu for children from birth to the age of 12 months.

When reading any children's menu, it is important to note that not all children will eat the same amount of food as others, and most likely they will not like the same foods. This is due to the different age of introduction of complementary foods, and the fact that all children are different is also important. You should not blame yourself if the child does not eat complementary foods on schedule. The baby will eat as much adult food as he needs - you should trust your child.


Formula and/or mother's milk are the most important sources of nutrition for a child under 12 months of age. Breastfeeding or formula feeding should NOT be replaced with all solid foods unless your pediatrician tells you otherwise.

We will not tire of repeating - all children are different, and the child may eat more or less than what is shown on these graphs. This menu and sample chart is described roughly and shows the options for eating solid foods. It does not take into account, nor list, the total daily intake of mother's milk or formula.

As always, the baby should be fed according to his or her signals and needs. A pediatrician should always be consulted if there is reason to be concerned that a child is not getting the proper amount of either milk or solid food.

Many breastfeeding mothers supplement with formula because their breast milk supply is low for a variety of reasons. We praise those mothers who continue to breastfeed their children with supplementary foods. Congratulations from the bottom of our hearts!

Sample menu for infants 0-6 months of age

Breakfast - Formula and/or mother's milk

Lunch - Formula and/or mother's milk

Dinner or mother's milk

Notes: The 3 main meals were included as an example only. This is not meant to be taken as a suggestion, nor is it meant to be limited to 3 meals a day. At this age and stage, most babies are hungry all the time and thus feed "around the clock" and on demand. The best way to feed your baby is as often as the baby needs.

Sample menu for babies 6-8 months of age

Wake up early in the morning - Formula and/or mother's milk

Breakfast - Formula and/or mother's milk

Baby cereal (optional) - 1-2 tablespoons

Fruit or vegetables (optional) - 1-2 tablespoons - mixed or singly

Lunch - Formula and/or mother's milk

Baby cereal (optional) - 1- 2 tablespoons

Fruits or vegetables (optional) - 2-4 tablespoons of each, or mix together.

Example: apples and carrots taste good together. Feed with or without porridge.

Snack/dinner - Formula milk and/or mother's milk

Fruit or vegetables (optional) - 1-2 tablespoons

3 meals a day at this age? Many babies are not ready to eat 3 "meals" throughout the day until 9-10 months of age. There are, however, children who start eating 3 times a day from 7-8 months. This is an exemplary menu, do not forget about the gradual introduction of food into the baby's diet. Also, breakfast or lunch is gradually introduced first, then dinner.

Feeding Tips: The introduction of a new product should be started gradually and with ½ teaspoon. Most likely at first the child will not eat more than 1/2 tablespoon, but gradually the baby gets used to solid food and it will be possible to increase the portion sizes.

Spitting out food: Many parents see their children spit food out of their mouths the first few tries. This is normal, however, it may also mean that the baby is not yet ready for solid foods; only parents decide whether the child is able to eat solid food.

Sample Infant Menu for 8-12 Months Old

Wake Up Early in the Morning - Formula and/or Mother's Milk

Breakfast - Formula and/or Mother's Milk 9004 optional) - 1-2 tablespoons

Fruit or vegetables - 4-6 tablespoons

Dairy products (optional) - Yoghurt - about 2 tablespoons

Lunch - Formula and/or mother's milk

Baby cereal or pasta, any grain products (optional) - 2-4 tablespoons

Meat / Meat-protein (alternate) (optional) - 2-4 tablespoons 6 tablespoons in total of each or can be mixed with porridge

Example: Rice mixed with peas served with pear puree separately

Dairy (optional) - Yoghurt or cheese

protein without grains is also a menu option. Lunch grains with fruits and vegetables without protein is another option.

Snack/dinner - Formula and/or mother's milk

Grains (optional) (i.e. pasta, rice) - 2-4 tablespoons

Meat - (optional) - 2 tablespoons

Fruits and/or vegetables - 4-6 tablespoons in total of each type Example: Tofu mixed with avocado, served with applesauce and blueberries separately

Dairy products - yoghurt or Bryndza (optional)

Notes: 3 -x meals a day? Keep in mind that even in this age group, many children are still not ready to eat 3 meals a day until 9-10 months. Many babies do not begin solid foods before 6 months of age and not all babies will eat the same foods and amounts of food.

Many babies can eat 120-170 grams of food per day at 6 or 7 months, while others who are just starting complementary foods will be in the 30-60 grams range.

Follow your pediatrician's recommendations for complementary foods and include a balanced and varied diet.

It must be remembered that a pediatrician's consultation regarding the introduction of complementary foods for the baby and discussion of any new products, in order to avoid food allergies, is mandatory.

To calculate your daily milk intake, you can use the following:

Read more about your baby's serving size here.

Does the child eat enough food?

How much solid food a child will eat depends on many different things.

  • A baby who started solid foods at 4 months of age is likely to eat more solid foods than a baby who started solid foods at 6 months.
  • A child who eats soft cut foods eats less than a child who eats puree from a spoon.
  • How much a child will eat also depends on the individual child's appetite. Just like adults, some children will eat more than others due to their individual needs.

“Can he have a mango?”. How and what to feed your baby while traveling

Traveling with a baby is a challenge. And the nutrition of a child on a trip is even more so. Should I give my child local fruits and vegetables? And take a supply of complementary foods with you? They tell in the FrutoNyanya blog.

The answers to these questions depend on a number of factors. Therefore, when going on vacation, it is important to take into account the age of the child, his daily diet, as well as the place where the family goes on a trip.

Feeding babies on the road

If the baby is under six months of age and is breastfed, then there should be no problems with nutrition during the trip. All he needs is his mother by his side. For convenience, you can stock up on various accessories for feeding in public places. For example, clothes with cutouts or nursing secrets, aprons or a muslin cape. Today, almost all airports in major cities and many shopping centers have mother and baby rooms where you can feed your baby.

Parents of artificially and mixed-fed children will have a harder time. It is important to understand whether it will be possible to replenish the supply of the mixture at the place of rest, so as not to take a large supply with you. If yes, you need to take with you the amount required for 24-hour feeding on the road, plus an additional 3-5 days of travel. This is necessary in case of delays and cancellations of flights or other transport delays.

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Take a bottle and a travel sterilizer with you. It is most optimal to use the mixture in packages designed for one feeding; it is convenient to take such bags with you in your hand luggage. It is best to take on the road a new dry mix in a closed package. You can store and transport it at room temperature, it is important not to keep the package in the sun.

It is not recommended to take the prepared mixture with you, as it requires strict adherence to special storage rules:

  1. The container with the mixture must be sterilized;
  2. Preserve formula must not come into contact with the baby's saliva before. If part of the mixture remains after feeding, then it must be poured out. Such a product is not subject to storage;
  3. When storing the mixture, the temperature in the refrigerator should not exceed 5-7 °C.

Do not forget about clean bottled water in the amount necessary for the trip. Water "FrutoNyanya", designed specifically for children, is perfect for diluting infant formula. It does not require boiling, and bottles in 0.33 format are equipped with a special convenient spout that makes it easy to water a child on the road. At the resort, it is also better for formula-fed babies to dilute the formula with bottled water. It is important to ensure that the integrity of the cap and bottle is not broken, and that the bottle itself contains marks that the water is suitable for baby food.

Feeding for children from 1 year old while traveling

Children under one year old and older who have already begun introducing complementary foods into the diet should take with them a supply of familiar foods for the first time. It is undesirable to introduce a child to new products a few days before the trip and in the first days of the trip: this is fraught with indigestion or an allergic reaction.

The most convenient travel food option for children under 3 years of age is ready-to-eat baby foods. Industrial food is the safest for feeding on the go: thanks to the sealed packaging, germs will definitely not get into it until the lid is opened. In addition, manufacturers of baby food are required to carefully control the quality of products from shelf to counter. Mom and dad do not need to spend time cooking, you can enjoy the happy moments of family vacation.

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The gastronomic preferences of children abroad can differ significantly from those we are used to: in some foreign countries it is difficult to find zucchini puree, so popular for the first feeding in Russia. It is important to strictly follow the rules for introducing new products in relation to unfamiliar components of foreign purees or local exotic fruits and vegetables.

For the first time, take with you products already familiar to the child, which you are sure of the safety of: these can be dry cereals, children's cookies, vegetable, meat and fruit purees, as well as favorite juices and drinks, depending on the age and diet of the child. For a snack by the sea or a walk, you can take healthy snacks without added sugar - bread, corn sticks, fruit pieces and other goodies that are produced by children's brands. Baby food can also be bought on the spot, but it is important to remember that acquaintance and transition to new products must be carried out gradually, over 3-5-7, and sometimes 10-14 days, based on the individual characteristics of your child's health.

Do not take with you when traveling and on the road:

  • Dairy and sour-milk products that should be stored only in the refrigerator;
  • Perishable goods;
  • Products with expired or damaged packaging.

5 tips for parents who are thinking about how to organize their child's meals while traveling:

  1. Think through all the issues with feeding and feeding the child in advance.

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