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//in 10-12 months, 12-18 months, 18 months+, 7-9 months, Homemade Baby Food Recipes | BÉABA USA pear, peas, spinach Main, Main Dish, Side, Snack Fruits, Vegetarian, Veggies 0 stars /by Beaba

Our triple threat purée for baby.

Reciped adapted for Babycook from Homemade

  • Course Main, Main Dish, Side, Snack
  • Cuisine Fruits, Vegetarian, Veggies

Our triple threat purée for baby. Reciped adapted for Babycook from Homemade


  • 1 cup spinach sliced and packed
  • 1 cup pear cubed
  • 1/2 cup peas fresh or frozen


  1. Put the spinach, pear and peas in the steamer basket.
  2. Pour water into the tank (level 3).
  3. Start the cooking process.
  4. When the spinach, pear and peas are cooked, put them in the blending bowl, reserving the cooking liquid.
  5. Add some of the cooking liquid to bring the purée to the desired consistency and blend.

Recipe Notes

As always, please check with your pediatrician before introducing new foods to your baby.

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    Spinach, Peas and Pear Puree


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    I’m back with another homemade baby food recipe. Today I am sharing what I like to call a power puree. This spinach, peas and pear puree packs a healthy dose of nutrients with big flavor.  The peas and the ripe pear adds sweetness to the superfood that is spinach. Often times I hear moms complain that their littles do not like anything green. For babies, this is usually not the case. They pretty much eat what we give them. My kids loved all their greens more than any other colored food or food group as babies. Now Miss Z gets to complaining about green except for broccoli. I’ll share about the epic broccoli meltdown next week. Yes, there is such a thing! 

    Anyway, this spinach peas and pear puree is a great stage 2 blend for your growing baby and if you happen to have a crazy picky toddler, you can throw this blend into a smoothie with blueberries to change up the color if the color green is on their latest “I don’t like” list. 

    Once again I used a bunch of frozen organic ingredients. Seriously, switching to some frozen options has saved me money and time. It kills me every time I open the vegetable crisper to find a bag of expensive but now soggy spinach or anything else we spend good money on. Sometimes I just forget it’s in there. Most times not sometimes. I learned a lot of about frozen options and they are just as fresh if not fresher than what we find in the fresh produce section. Don’t get me started on the condition of the fresh produce in the local supermarket near me. It’s considered one of the “budget” branches and that pisses me all the way off. 


    Anyway, back to the recipe. Make it. LOL. It freezes well and as always, I always reserve and freeze some of the ingredients separately for other puree options during the week. 

    Spinach, Peas and Pear Puree

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    1. 1/2 bag frozen organic spinach
    2. 1/2 bag frozen organic peas
    3. 1 organic pear
    4. Pinch of salt (optional)


    1. Combine spinach, peas, pear and a pinch of salt if using in a medium sauce pot.
    2. Add just enough water to cover.
    3. Bring to a boil then reduce heat and let simmer for 5-7 minutes until spinach and peas are cooked.
    4. Drain water and reserve.
    5. Place spinach mixture into blending cup and let cool.
    6. Puree until smooth adding water 1 tablespoon at a time if necessary.

    What MJ Loves™

    Here are few more Stage 2 homemade baby food recipes for you to try: 

    Sweet Potato and White Bean Puree 

    Chicken Puree

    Do you have any questions about homemade baby food? Ask me in the comments and I will be sure to reply. 

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    Levchuk Victoria©

    Not only are pears a very tasty fruit, but they also contain fiber, vitamin C and potassium. These nutrients have a positive effect on the heart, immunity and digestion!

    Most parents recommend pears as a first food because they easily affect the digestive tract. The peel of a pear contains three to four times more antioxidants than the flesh and protect the body from cancer! The pear is classified as a slightly allergenic product, but we still monitor the reaction. Usually, when introducing complementary foods, a pear is the second green fruit after an apple.

    Baby pear puree recipe suitable for baby 6-7 months old. Introduced products in complementary foods: green pears.


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    Simple recipe for puree made of pears for infants.

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    1. Peel and cut into pieces, remove seeds.

    2. Gently steam until tender if baby is under 6 months old. You can also boil it in water over a fire.

    3. Place in a blender / food processor and puree until smooth; You can just use a fork!

    4. Leftover fruit decoction can be used if desired, but pears tend to be very runny and watery with no added liquid. Since I cooked a pear with a peel, I had to peel it at the end before whipping. It is better not to cook mashed potatoes with the peel, it is difficult to digest at first.

    5. Add oatmeal or rice flakes (optional and if included in diet) to thicken.

    Recipe notes

    Great for constipation.

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    Chemical composition and nutrition analysis

    Nutritional value and chemical composition
    "Baby food, Vegetables, spinach, mashed, mashed" .

    The table shows the nutritional content (calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals) per 100 grams of the edible portion.

    Nutrient Number Norm** % of the norm in 100 g % of normal in 100 kcal 100% normal
    Calories 37 kcal 1684 kcal 2.2% 5.9% 4551 g
    Proteins 2. 5 g 76 g 3.3% 8.9% 3040 g
    Fats 1.3 g 56 g 2.3% 6.2% 4308 g
    Carbohydrates 3.9 g 219 g 1.8% 4.9% 5615 g
    Dietary fiber 1.8 g 20 g 9% 24. 3% 1111 g
    Water 89.6 g 2273 g 3.9% 10.5% 2537 g
    Ash 1 g ~
    Vitamin A RE 227 mcg 900 mcg 25. 2% 68.1% 396 g
    Retinol 0.023 mg ~
    beta Carotene 2.456 mg 5 mg 49.1% 132.7% 204 g
    Lutein + Zeaxanthin 4505 mcg ~
    Vitamin B1, thiamine 0. 015 mg 1.5 mg 1% 2.7% 10000 g
    Vitamin B2, riboflavin 0.104 mg 1.8 mg 5.8% 15.7% 1731 g
    Vitamin B4, choline 16.1 mg 500 mg 3.2% 8.6% 3106 g
    Vitamin B6, pyridoxine 0.075 mg 2 mg 3. 8% 10.3% 2667 g
    Vitamin B9, folates 61 mcg 400 mcg 15.3% 41.4% 656 g
    Vitamin B12, cobalamin 0.06 mcg 3 mcg 2% 5.4% 5000 g
    Vitamin C, ascorbic 8.7 mg 90 mg 9.7% 26. 2% 1034 g
    Vitamin E, alpha tocopherol, TE 0.83 mg 15 mg 5.5% 14.9% 1807
    Vitamin K, phylloquinone 196.7 mcg 120 mcg 163.9% 443% 61 g
    Vitamin PP, NE 0.216 mg 20 mg 1.1% 3% 9259 g
    Potassium, K 191 mg 2500 mg 7. 6% 20.5% 1309 g
    Calcium Ca 89 mg 1000 mg 8.9% 24.1% 1124 g
    Magnesium, Mg 55 mg 400 mg 13.8% 37.3% 727 g
    Sodium, Na 49 mg 1300 mg 3.8% 10.3% 2653 g
    Sulfur, S 25 mg 1000 mg 2. 5% 6.8% 4000 g
    Phosphorus, P 54 mg 800 mg 6.8% 18.4% 1481 g
    Trace elements
    Iron, Fe 0.62 mg 18 mg 3.4% 9.2% 2903 g
    Copper, Cu 60 mcg 1000 mcg 6% 16. 2% 1667
    Selenium, Se 2.4 mcg 55 mcg 4.4% 11.9% 2292 g
    Zinc, Zn 0.31 mg 12 mg 2.6% 7% 3871 g
    Digestible carbohydrates
    Mono- and disaccharides (sugars) 2. 33 g ~
    Essential amino acids
    Arginine* 0.152 g ~
    Valine 0.151 g ~
    Histidine* 0. 064 g ~
    Isoleucine 0.112 g ~
    Leucine 0.221 g ~
    Lysine 0.148 g ~
    Methionine 0. 055 g ~
    Threonine 0.101 g ~
    Tryptophan 0.036 g ~
    Phenylalanine 0.096 g ~
    Non-essential amino acids
    Alanine 0. 117 g ~
    Aspartic acid 0.203 g ~
    Glycine 0.097 g ~
    Glutamic acid 0.421 g ~
    Proline 0. 207 g ~
    Serine 0.103 g ~
    Tyrosine 0.115 g ~
    Cysteine ​​ 0.031 g ~
    Sterols (sterols)
    Cholesterol 5 mg max 300 mg
    Saturated fatty acids
    Saturated fatty acids 0. 702 g max 18.7 g
    4:0 Oil 0.035 g ~
    6:0 Nylon 0.019 g ~
    8:0 Caprylic 0.013 g ~
    10:0 Capric 0. 025 g ~
    12:0 Lauric 0.029 g ~
    14:0 Myristic 0.112 g ~
    16:0 Palmitic 0.31 g ~
    18:0 Stearic 0. 13 g ~
    Monounsaturated fatty acids 0.332 g min 16.8 g 2% 5.4%
    16:1 Palmitoleic 0.028 g ~
    18:1 Oleic (omega-9) 0.291 g ~
    Polyunsaturated fatty acids 0. 133 g 11.2 to 20.6 g 1.2% 3.2%
    18:2 Linoleic 0.06 g ~
    18:3 Linolenic 0.071 g ~
    Omega-3 fatty acids 0.071 g 0.9 to 3.7 g 7.9% 21. 4%
    Omega-6 fatty acids 0.06 g 4.7 to 16.8 g 1.3% 3.5%

    Energy value Baby food, Vegetables, spinach, mashed, puree

    • cup = 240 gr (88.8 kcal)
    • tbsp = 15 gr (5.6 kcal)
    • oz = 28.35 g (10.5 kcal)
    • jar = 113 g (41.8 kcal)
    • jar Gerber Second Food (4 oz) = 113 g (41.8 kcal)

    Main source: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference. More.

    ** This table shows the average norms of vitamins and minerals for an adult. If you want to know the norms based on your gender, age and other factors, then use the application "My Healthy Diet"

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    Nutritional value per 100 g

    Content per serving % of RSP
    Calories 37 kcal -%
    Proteins 2. 5 g -%
    Fats 1.3 g -%
    Carbohydrates 3.9 g -%
    Dietary fiber 1.8 g -%
    Water 89.6 g -%

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    Baby food, Vegetables, spinach, mashed, mashed is rich in vitamins and minerals such as: vitamin A - 25.2%, beta-carotene - 49.1%, vitamin B9 - 15.3%, vitamin K - 163.9%, magnesium - 13.8%

    • Vitamin A is responsible for normal development, reproductive function, skin and eye health, and immune support.
    • B-carotene is a provitamin A and has antioxidant properties. 6 mcg beta-carotene is equivalent to 1 mcg vitamin A.
    • Vitamin B9 is involved in the metabolism of nucleic and amino acids as a coenzyme. Folate deficiency leads to disruption of the synthesis of nucleic acids and protein, resulting in inhibition of cell growth and division, especially in rapidly proliferating tissues: bone marrow, intestinal epithelium, etc. Insufficient folate intake during pregnancy is one of the causes of prematurity, malnutrition, congenital deformities and developmental disorders of the child. A strong relationship was shown between the level of folate, homocysteine ​​and the risk of cardiovascular disease.
    • Vitamin K regulates blood clotting. A lack of vitamin K leads to an increase in blood clotting time, a reduced content of prothrombin in the blood.
    • Magnesium is involved in energy metabolism, synthesis of proteins, nucleic acids, has a stabilizing effect on membranes, and is necessary to maintain homeostasis of calcium, potassium and sodium. Lack of magnesium leads to hypomagnesemia, increased risk of developing hypertension, heart disease.

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