This Pea + Mint Infant Nourishment Puree is a smooth and mellow puree that is ideal for infant’s first chomp! A green puree that infant will cherish! Extraordinary child nourishment for 4 months and up – organize 1 infant nourishment!

Advantages OF PEAS –

Peas are an incredible wellspring of protein, fiber, nutrients K and C. They help advance sound absorption and may ensure against disease.

Advantages OF MINT –

Mint is an incredible herb to add to child nourishment since it calms an agitated stomach, improves processing, improves mental mindfulness and center and is wealthy in supplements.

The most effective method to MAKE THIS PEA + MINT Infant Nourishment PUREE:

heat a pan with a little water to the point of boiling

add hacked zucchini to a steamer bin

steam for 5 minutes

include peas – crisp or solidified

steam for another 3-5 minutes

let cool somewhat

move to blender or nourishment processor

include mint

puree until smooth or rich

serve or freeze


2 cups peas fresh or solidified

1 medium zucchini roughly hacked

4 mint leaves roughly hacked


In a medium pot, heat 2″ of water to the point of boiling over medium warmth. Spot the zucchini in a steamer bin, and spot over bubbling water. Spread and steam for 5 minutes.

Include the peas, and steam for an extra 3-5 minutes. Save steamer water. Let cool marginally.

Include the zucchini, peas and mint leaves to a blender or nourishment processor and puree for 1 moment or until you have accomplished want surface. In the event that puree is excessively thick, include 1/4 cup of the held steamer water until you have the correct consistency.


Age: 4 months and up

Yield: 15 ounces

Note on Zucchini: while this is a 2 vegetable starter puree, zucchini sensitivities are extremely low, so I added it to this formula to give the peas a gentle taste and smoother surface. You can totally forget about them on the off chance that you like. Simply steam the peas as coordinated.

Extra Spices: instead of the mint, don’t hesitate to utilize a sprinkle of lemon or lime juice, 1/2 tsp coconut oil, 1 tsp hacked basil, 1 tsp slashed parsley or 1/4 tsp crisp ginger.

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