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10 Easy And Delicious Plum Baby Food

Easy-to-prepare healthy recipes to help your little one enjoy the benefits of fruit.


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Plums are superfoods with health-promoting properties and high nutritional value. Many moms want to learn plum recipes for babies since common recipes may not be suitable and palatable. High amounts of phenolic compounds such as anthocyanins are secret behind various benefits of plums (1). Babies older than six months already taking solids can begin to eat plums as per pediatricians’ recommendations.

You may begin with simple plum recipes such as puree and in lesser quantities; otherwise, it can be hard for your baby’s immature digestive system. Read on to learn its benefits, how to incorporate them into a baby’s diet, and some healthy plum recipes for babies.

Health Benefits Of Plums For Babies

Plums are a low-calorie fruit that contains many vital vitamins, such as A, C, K, B and minerals such as potassium, copper, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, and fiber, bioactive compounds, such as anthocyanins.

  1. Dried plums or prunes are associated with bone health due to its unique nutritional profile that contains major phenolic compounds (2).
  1. Both fresh and dried plums have laxative effects. as the fiber in it is mostly insoluble and contains sorbitol which has natural laxative effects.  Thus, they are associated with healthy intestinal motility, thus keeping constipation at bay (3) (4).
  1. Plums contain phytochemicals such as cyanidin and lutein. Some studies show that regular consumption of plums could possibly have beneficial effects on brain functioning (5).
  1. Plums are considered a good source of phytonutrients such as flavonoids, neochlorogenic, and chlorogenic acid, which have high antioxidant activities. These compounds could help reduce inflammation and combat free radical damage in the long run (5).

Besides these, plums are considered to have anti-inflammatory, anti-allergy, and antimicrobial properties, which are all beneficial for your infant.

Research finds

Studies have also shown that plums can help improve an individual’s memory (4).

If you are planning to add plums in your baby’s diet, then in the next section, we present the various plum recipes that you can consider for your baby.

Related: 10 Best Foods To Relieve Baby Constipation And Recipes To Try

Delicious Plum Recipes For Babies

1. Plum Puree:

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This is the most basic baby food recipe that is ideal for babies who have started solids. As the baby progresses on solids, you can try adding different purees or mashed fruits to this recipe to intensify its nutritive value.

You will need:

  • 1 cup fresh plums
  • Water – Room temperature and ice-cold

How to:

  1. Wash the plums and let them dry. Add water in a pan and let it boil. Add the plums and let them stay in the boiling water for about 45 minutes. This process of treating plums is known as blanching. You may also try to steam them instead of blanching.
  2. Meanwhile, put ice water in another pan and keep aside.
  3. Using a spoon, remove the plums from the hot water, and immediately transfer them into the ice-cold water.
  4. Remove the plum from the ice-cold water and use your fingers or a knife to peel off the skin.
  5. Slice the plums from the middle and remove the seeds. Puree the plum in a blender or mash it till soft. You can add water or a bit of breast milk or formula milk to make it creamy.

Related: 6 Helpful Tips For Storing Formula Milk For Your Baby

2. Plum yogurt:

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This recipe is a step forward from basic plum puree. The addition of Greek yogurt improves the nutritional value of this plum baby food recipe. Besides, yogurt enhances the gut microbiota, which helps your baby’s digestive system remain robust.

You will need:

  • 1 cup fresh plums
  • 1 cup unsweetened plain Greek yogurt

How to:

  1. Make plum puree using fresh plums, as shown in the previous recipe.
  2. In a serving bowl, add plain yogurt and plum puree. Mix well and serve.
  3. You may also add a half-teaspoon dry fruit powder to this recipe before serving it to your baby.

Quick tip

You can add sliced green apples, pomegranate seeds, rose water, cardamom powder, orange juice and diced plums to hung curd to make a yummy dip for babies.

Related: 8 Easy Greek Yogurt Recipes For Babies

3. Oats and plum porridge:

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The high fiber content of plums and oats helps boost your baby’s digestive microflora. Besides, the rich micronutrient composition of this recipe supports your baby’s healthy growth and development.

You will need:

  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 1 cup full-cream milk
  • ½ cup fresh plums
  • Water

How to:

  1. In a pan, add the milk and oats and cook according to the instructions given on the packet. Remove and keep aside.
  2. Meanwhile, boil water in a pan and add the plums. After about 45 seconds, take them out using a spoon. Place them in chilled water and remove the peel.
  3. Once cool, mash the plums using your fingers.
  4. Add the mashed plum to the oats porridge.
  5. If you wish, you may also add some finely sliced or powdered cinnamon, dried fruits such as almonds, walnuts, and pistachio to this recipe. This will boost the nutritive value of the recipe multi-folds.

4. Baked plums with cinnamon:

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Cinnamon has several health benefits when consumed regularly, and makes a good addition to your baby’s diet. The spice can be added to a variety of recipes to enhance their nutritive composition.

You will need:

  • 1 cup fresh plums
  • 1 tsp cinnamon powder
  • 2 tbsp apple juice

How to:

  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F (204°C).
  2. Slice plums in half and remove the seed. Place them in an oven-safe dish.
  3. Add apple juice and sprinkle some cinnamon powder over the top.
  4. Cover the dish and bake for about 25 minutes or till the plums turn tender.
  5. Once cool, remove the skin and mash using your fingers.
  6. Serve the recipe warm with some toasted bread slices.

Related: 7-Month-Old Baby's Food: Solids, Food Chart And Recipes

5. Roasted plums with yogurt:

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This recipe is yet another version of plum puree with yogurt. Here the plums are roasted instead of being blanched or steamed. This way of cooking enhances the flavor of the plums and makes the recipe more delectable.

You will need:

  • 1 cup fresh plums
  • 1 cup unsweetened plain yogurt
  • 1 tsp vanilla pod or essence
  • 1 tbsp unsalted butter
  • Pure maple syrup

How to:

  1. Preheat the oven to 375°F (190°C).
  2. Slice plums in half and remove the seed. Place them in an oven-safe dish with the cut portion on the top.
  3. Place a small piece of the vanilla pod on each plum piece. Also, add a little butter and a drop of maple syrup on each piece.
  4. Place in the oven and roast for about 30 minutes or till the plums turn tender.
  5. Once cool, remove the skin, mash, and serve as a puree mixed with yogurt.

6. Frozen plum puree:

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Most babies find ice creams and candies attractive. You can satiate your baby’s craving for cold desserts through this frozen plum puree recipe. This recipe is delicious and nutritious. Besides, this preparation might help soothe the aching gums of teething babies.

You will need:

  • 1 cup fresh plums
  • Water

How to:

  1. Cut plums in half and remove the seed.
  2. In a pan, add water. Place the plums in the pan with the cut portion facing the water. Let it simmer on low to medium heat till plums turn tender.
  3. Once cool, remove the skin.
  4. Add the plums and the water to a blender and make a puree. Add more water to get a liquidy consistency. Place into an ice tray and freeze the baby plum puree.
  5. Take out of the freezer just when you are ready to serve the same to your baby.

7. Plum Jam:

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Babies enjoy having jam due to its semi-solid consistency. However, the high sugar content is a concern. This plum jam recipe uses the natural sweetness of plum instead of added sugar. You can serve plum jam to your baby with a slice of wholegrain bread or crackers.

You will need:

  • 1 cup fresh plums
  • 1 tbsp ground allspice (optional)
  • 1 tsp cinnamon powder
  • Water

How to:

  1. Cut the plums in half and remove the seeds. Place in a pan and add water and sugar. Let it boil till the plums are soft.
  2. Remove from heat and puree. Add the puree back to the pan and add allspice and cinnamon. Cook on low heat till it becomes thick, just like jam. Remove and let it cool before storing it.
  3. Store the prepared jam in an air-tight container in your refrigerator and label the date of preparation.
  4. Ensure to finish the jam within a stipulated time as homemade jams tend to expire faster than commercial ones.

8. Plums and bananas with quinoa

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Quinoa is a pseudocereal that makes a healthy addition to an infant’s diet. The nutritional properties of quinoa are promising, and its regular consumption is associated with several health benefits. This recipe is an interesting combination of quinoa with plums that will become your baby’s favorite in no time.

Note: This recipe contains cow’s milk and is suitable for babies older than 12 months. It is important that the quinoa is dehulled and your baby is not allergic to it.

You will need:

  • 1 cup fresh plums
  • 1 banana (mashed)
  • ½ cup quinoa
  • 1 cup full-cream cow’s milk
  • 1 tsp cinnamon powder

How to:

  1. Cook quinoa in milk as per the directions given on the packet of quinoa.
  2. Add deseeded and peeled plums with the banana in a blender. Blend till you get a smooth semi-fluid consistency of the paste.
  3. Add the paste to quinoa porridge. Sprinkle some cinnamon on top and serve it to your baby while it is still warm.

9. Plum and ginger smoothie

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Smoothies are easy to prepare, easy to digest, and can also meet your growing baby’s nutritional needs. This smoothie recipe is a blend of plums and banana with a dash of ginger juice.

You will need:

  • 1 cup fresh plums
  • 1 medium-sized banana
  • 1 tsp ginger juice
  • 1 tbsp dried fruits powder
  • 1 cup water

How to:

  1. Place the plums in a pan and add water. Let it boil till the plums turn tender. Remove from water, blend to a puree, and keep it aside for a while.
  2. Add sliced banana, ginger juice, and dried fruit powder in the blender and blend until thoroughly mixed.
  3. Add plum puree to the mix and blend once again. Ensure that the mix has no lumps. Add water to dilute the smoothie, if required. Strain the smoothie to remove any excess residual.
  4. Pour it into your baby’s sipper cup and serve.

Related: Ginger For Babies: When To Start, Benefits And Precautions

10. Plum, peach, apricot, and thyme custard

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This recipe brings the sweetness and creaminess of custard, along with nutrition from selected stone fruits like plum, peach, and apricot. It is a suitable recipe for babies older than six months. Before introducing it to your baby, check for any possible allergies.

Note: This recipe contains cow’s milk and is suitable for babies older than 12 months.

You will need:

  • 1 ½ tbsp custard powder
  • 1½ cup full-cream cow’s milk
  • ½ cup plums
  • ½ cup peach
  • ½ cup apricot
  • 1 tsp nuts (fine-chopped)
  • A pinch of thyme

How to:

  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F (176°C).
  2. Cut the fruits and remove seeds. Place the fruits in an oven-safe dish with a cut portion facing down. Pour cold water over the fruits. Bake for about 40 minutes or until the fruits are tender.
  3. Once cool, remove the skin. Place fruits in a blender and blend well until you get a smooth paste. Keep the puree aside for a while.
  4. For the custard, take a small bowl and put custard powder in it. Now, add one-fourth cup of milk to it and mix well with a continuous whisk. Stir continuously to  Ensure there are no lumps. Once done, set aside.
  5. Now, heat the remainder of the milk in a pan. After five minutes of bubbling, simmer it and add custard powder slowly to the milk while stirring the milk continuously.
  6. Mix until the mixture thickens to a creamy consistency. Switch off the flame once done and keep the pan aside to cool.
  7. Once the custard and milk mixture has cooled, add the fruit puree to it with some finely sliced fruit pieces. Refrigerate the final mix for 20 minutes.
  8. Serve with some finely sliced nuts and serve it to your baby at room temperature.

1. What can I mix with plum for baby food?

You can prepare a lump-free plum puree or mash and mix it with different foods, such as Greek yogurt, porridge, and oatmeal. Alternatively, you can mix plum puree/mash to puree/mash of other fruits and veggies to make nutritious baby foods. As your baby grows, you can serve them soft and ripe plum slices to practice self-feeding.

2. How do I introduce plums to my baby?

Like any other food, feed plum puree or mash to your baby in small quantities initially. Once the baby adjusts to the fruit’s taste and digestibility, gradually increase the puree/mash quantity. As stated above, you can also add plums to other foods in age-appropriate ways to enhance the overall nutritional value of the dish.

Knowing some plum baby food recipes can be helpful for moms. Dried and fresh plums are delicious and rich sources of essential nutrients such as vitamin A, C, E, and K, including potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus. This also contains fibers that promote digestive health. You may give cooked plums to babies since they may not be able to digest fresh fruit and cause abdominal pain or discomfort. Plum puree, plum yogurt, oats, and plum porridge are some of the easiest plum recipes for infants.


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Plums in baby food - Telegraph

Feature : has a laxative effect. In the children's diet can be introduced from 8 months.

Plum is a genus of fruit-bearing stone plants. For the first time, this culture began to be grown in the Caucasus, Asia Minor and Northern Iran. Today it can grow in all countries with a temperate and cold climate.

There are many varieties of plums, among which there are three main varieties: East Asian, European and Japanese plums. Fruit color can vary from yellow to dark purple. The plum skin is smooth, the fruits are oval or rounded, sweet in taste. nine0007

100 grams of plum contains 49 kcal




Vitamin PP - 0.6 mg

Beta-carotene - 0.1 mg

Vitamin A (RE) - 17 mcg

Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - 0.06 mg

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 0. 04 mg

Vitamin B5 (pantothenic) - 0.2 mg

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) - 0.08 mg

Vitamin B9 (folic) - 1.5 mcg

Vitamin C - 10mg

Vitamin E (TE) - 0.6 mg

Vitamin PP (niacin equivalent) - 0.7mg

Calcium - 20 mg

Magnesium - 9 mg

Sodium - 18 mg

Potassium - 214 mg

Phosphorus - 20 mg

Chlorine - 1 mg

Sulfur - 6 mg

Iron - 0.5 mg

Zinc - 0.1 mg

Iodine - 4 mcg

Copper - 87 mcg

Manganese - 0.11 mg

Chromium - 4 mcg

Fluorine - 2 mcg

Molybdenum - 8 mcg

Silicon - 4 mg

Cobalt - 1 mcg

Nickel - 15 mcg

Plum leaves contain curamine. It promotes the expansion of the coronary vessels and prevents the formation of blood clots in the blood vessels.

Composition and nutritional properties of plums

100 g plums contain:

  • Proteins - 0. 8 g
  • Fats - 0.3 g
  • Carbohydrates - 9.6 g
  • Dietary fiber - 1.5 g
  • Organic acids - 1 g
  • Water - 86.3 g
  • Mono- and disaccharides - 9.5 g
  • Starch - 0.1 g
  • Ash - 0.5 g

Useful properties of plums

Plum contains many vitamins, minerals and other useful substances. It is also known for its medicinal properties. Experts recommend using plums for those who suffer from hypertension, atherosclerosis, diseases of the liver, kidneys and gastrointestinal tract, rheumatism, and fever. nine0007

In addition, plums are useful for constipation, for the prevention of anemia, normalization of the nervous system, disinfection of the oral cavity and gastrointestinal tract, combating fatigue and insomnia. Also, plums can increase appetite and mood, remove cholesterol from the body, positively affect vision, and make the skin smoother and more elastic.

Contraindications for use

Plums are not recommended for diabetes and obesity, as well as for the body's tendency to allergies. nine0007

Plums in children's diet

In the fruits of plums, tannins and pectins are very successfully combined, which are very useful for the child's body. Also in the composition of the plum there are vitamins P, PP, C, K, E, and vitamins of group B. You can enter into the diet of a child from 8 months.

Cooking and consistency

After the baby is 6 months old, pediatricians recommend trying to give the baby juice from plums, but no more than one teaspoon. After 7 months, you can increase the portion to 50-60 g, after a year - up to 100 g. You can also gradually introduce plums into various dishes. nine0007

Plum recipes for children

Fresh plum compote - from 6 months.


  • Plum - 250 g
  • Water - 750 ml
  • Sugar - 2-3 tbsp. spoons


Remove the seeds from the plums, cut them in half, pour cold water over it, bring to a boil. Cook for two minutes over low heat, remove from heat, cover with a lid, let it brew. Strain before serving. nine0007

Plum and pear puree - after 8 months


  • Pear - 1 pc.
  • Plum - 1 pc.


Peel the plum, remove the stone, cut into slices. Cut the pear into cubes, after removing the core. Put the plum and pear in a saucepan, pour a small amount of hot water and cook over low heat. After cooling, grind the fruit in a blender. nine0007

Plum, cherry/cherry puree - after 1 year

Plum - 50 g

  • Cherry / sweet cherry - 50 g
  • Cooking:

    Fruit sort, rinse, pour over boiling water. Remove the bones, rub through a sieve, separating the skin. Before serving, you can add a few grams of sugar.

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    composition and useful properties, preparation of plum puree

    Plum puree is a product of processing juicy and fragrant plums.

    This product is very tasty and unique in its usefulness and content of vitamins and mineral salts. It is widely used in cooking in the preparation of desserts, pastries and sauces, as well as in baby food from the first years of a child's life. nine0007

    Thanks to this method of harvesting fruit pulp, such as puree and preservation, the juicy, ripe and fragrant pulp of these berries can be enjoyed not only during the ripening period of plums (August-September), but all year round, while observing the conditions for proper storage.

    Attention! Plum puree has a rather liquid consistency and sour taste, so it should not be introduced into the baby's diet in its pure form, but as part of multi-component multi-fruit combinations. nine0007


    Benefits of plum puree in its unique composition:

    • vitamins A, PP, group B (B1, B2, B5, B6, B9), vitamins C, E;
    • potassium, phosphorus, chlorine, calcium, sodium, sulfur, magnesium, iron, etc.

    The ideal composition of store-bought plum puree is only homogenized plums and sugar. But manufacturers add fructose, apple pectin, special high-quality water, coarse rice flour or rice starch to the plum puree to stabilize the consistency, and also saturate the product with vitamin C.


    Plum puree is incredibly beneficial for the digestive and immune systems of the body:

    • it has a positive effect on blood vessels and bones: it strengthens their walls and increases elasticity, and also prevents fragility;
    • plum puree cleanses the blood, normalizes blood pressure and thyroid function,
    • apple pectin in the puree has a beneficial effect on the work of the stomach, intestinal functioning, exhibits prebiotic properties, providing a mild laxative and diuretic effect. That is why babies are advised to give plum puree as a natural remedy in case of constipation and other intestinal problems. nine0122

    Did you know? Doctors and nutritionists recommend eating plum puree in case of anemia, memory impairment, and also to prevent blood clots.


    Plum puree in pure form and in large quantities can cause allergies and digestive problems. A large amount of sugar in the product contributes to the appearance of excess weight and impaired carbohydrate metabolism.

    How to use

    Plum puree is an excellent dessert for adults and children; compotes, fruit drinks, jams are also cooked on its basis, jelly, marmalade, jams are prepared, and added to pastries. Puree is an ingredient in meat sauces and salad dressings. nine0007

    In its pure form, monocomponent plum puree has a sour taste, so it is rarely used in baby food. More often it is combined with various fruits (apple, banana, pear, peach) and vegetables (pumpkin, zucchini, celery).

    How to make plum puree at home? Wash ripe plums, remove skin and pits, chop in a blender or meat grinder, add the rest of the components and sugar. Use the product immediately after preparation or freeze. nine0007


    Store jars of plum puree purchased from a store or pharmacy in a dark and dry cupboard or closet. Here are some storage tips:

    1. Rotate the jars so you can see the expiration date. Use the ones where it expires first.
    2. Seal open jars tightly and store in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
    3. Do not leave open jars of puree on the counter for more than 2 hours to prevent bacteria growth. nine0122

    If you have prepared plum puree yourself and want to freeze it for future use, you should:

    1. Disinfect ice molds and pour puree into trays. Lay the trays with a film to avoid dust.
    2. Freeze the puree in the refrigerator, then remove the frozen puree from the tray and place it in a freezer container or jar. Be sure to leave some space between the food and the lid for expansion.
    3. Label the jar with the contents and date of manufacture, and store the frozen plum puree in the freezer for up to 3 months.

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