Baby Food Recipe: Apple/Pear Puree

Another great food to introduce to the baby is APPLE or PEAR. It’s nutritious, yummy and easy to prepare. Both has natural sweetness that’s very appealing to the baby.

I suggest you pick a good, ripe apple or pear that is a little crunchy and is juicy in order for the baby to enjoy it much. I love Apple Puree because it is perfect to be combined with veggies like carrot, that’s for later of course after both has been introduced individually for 3-4days to rule out allergies. While pear can be combined with oats or carrot as well.

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Recommended Age:

6 months and up


What You Need:

1 pc medium sized Apple or Pear
Baby Bullet with Baby Blend Blade or any blender/food processor


How To Prepare:

1. Peel the apple/pear and remove the core, then cut it into cubes.
2. Boil or steam the apple/pear cubes until tender or soft. Best is use fork in checking if the apple/pear is soft enough. Use distilled water in boiling/steaming the apple/pear.
3. Puree the apple/pear using the baby bullet or food processor until smooth. Add the apple/pear broth unto the blended apple/pear to reach the desired consistency.


When I first offered it to the #FabSkye, I made a runny puree so she could easily swallow it. And then later, I made thicker puree using the pulse method on the baby bullet to create a chunkier version of this puree.

A medium sized apple/pear is equivalent to 4-6 baby bullet servings depending on the consistency. Although now, she prefers her apple doughnut more -  I promise to share with you guys how to do it, soon.


  1. Yeah I remember reading about that apple doughnut. I thought that was adorbs!

  2. sayang! my boy likes to eat rice and potatoes! i will try this parin nga! baka magustuhan nya!

  3. I have so many baby food recipes before pero wala talaga hilig sa food anak ko until now. lol. Pag ayaw niya, niluluwa talaga kahit milk. He only eats gerber, cerelac and mashed fruits until 18 months old. I really envy those moms na kahit ano ipakain, kinakain.

  4. When my daughter was a baby, she loved apple puree because it's sweet.


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