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Pumpkin Pie Puree, Stage One Baby Food Recipe

The crisp fall weather is here, and this pumpkin pie puree incorporates many of the yummy flavors of the season! It’s easy to make and loaded with nutrients.

This puree is suitable for babies 5-6 months and up. At this stage, the consistency and texture of the puree should be smooth and creamy. Before combining foods, make sure your baby has tried each one individually first with no reaction to it. Always check the temperature of baby’s food before serving to make sure it’s not too warm.

Pumpkin Pie Baby Food Recipe

Pumpkin Pie Puree:
(makes 12 oz.)
1/2 small baking pumpkin—cut in half lengthwise, scoop out seeds and stringy fibers
1 ripe banana
1 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice

Preheat oven to 425 degrees and line a baking sheet with unbleached parchment paper. Place pumpkin half on the baking sheet, cut side down. Roast on the middle rack in the oven for about 40 minutes, until pumpkin is cooked all the way through and very soft. Remove baking sheet from the oven and let cool for about 5 minutes.

Scoop the pumpkin out of the skin and place into a large mixing bowl. Add the banana and pumpkin pie spice. Blend until smooth using an immersion blender. You can also blend using a food processor or blender.

Serve or store. Pumpkin Pie Puree will stay fresh in an airtight container for up to three days in the fridge and up to three months in the freezer.

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Tuesday 2nd of April 2019

[…] Pumpkin Pie Puree (with Banana) – Is it just me that wants to smash my face into anything and everything that is pumpkin this month? This puree is a classic and festive puree that you can do a million things with, mix with oatmeal, chicken, apple puree, beets, zucchini, leeks, pear, millet, barley, yogurt, etc etc etc. I suggest making at least a double batch with this one so you and your little one can eat to your hearts content. *I doubled this recipe for the meal plan and shopping list […]


Tuesday 1st of August 2017

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