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  • Baked pears with vanilla

    A wonderful tasting pear puree with a hint of vanilla.

    Ingredients

    4 pears

    1/2 tsp. vanilla powder

    Instructions

    Cut the pears in half and core them. Place them on…

  • Banan med yoghurt & persille

    This creamy banana puree has a delicious and fresh taste of parsley.

    Ingredients

    2 bananas

    1 handful parsley

    1 tbsp. Greek yoghurt (10 %)

    Instructions

    Rinse the parsley and blanch…

  • Baked plums with orange

    Ingredients

    4 ripe and sweet plums

    The concentrate from an orange

    Instructions

    Preheat the oven to 175 degrees. Cut the plums into halves and remove the stone. Add…

  • Peach topping

    Maybe you have some peaches that you forget to use?  Use them to make the most delicate puree for your baby or eat with…

  • Blackberry topping

    A wonderful topping that tastes like summer.

    Ingredients

    100 g frozen blackberries

    ½ dl. cold water

    1 tsp. sugar

    Instructions

    The water and berries are boiled with a lid on…

  • Apple purée

    A delicious and tasty puree for your baby to eat with yoghurt and porridge.

    Ingredients

    3 apples

    1 dl water

    Instructions

    Peel, core and dice the apples into small smaller…

  • Baked carrot with parsley

    Make this purée when you want to experience a fantastic flavor symphony.

    Ingredients

    3 medium carrots

    1 hand fuld fresh parsley

    1 tsp. organic butter

    Instructions

    Preheat the oven to…

  • Plum purée

    A delicious and sweet topping that serves perfectly as a topping to your baby’s porridge or as a delicate desert.

    Ingredients

    4 ripe plums

    Instructions

    Preheat the oven…

  • Baked parsnips with pears and figs

    This delicious veggie puree awakens Christmas and Holiday memories.

    Ingredients

    2 medium parsnips1 pear3 dried figs1 tsp. grated peel from an organic orange2 tbsp. maple syrup

    Instructions

    Peel…

  • Baby Bircher

    This is our own version of the famous Bircher porridge developed by the Swiss doctor Maximilian Bircher-Benner who lived from 1867-1939.

    The delicious porridge is filled with…

  • Baked pineapple topping

    Raw pineapple contains an enzyme named bromelain, which sometimes makes your tongue and lips sore.

    Heating and baking the pineapple break down the bromelain, meaning…