Pea, Edamame, and Pear Puree
Author: Courtney from Family Gone Healthy
When to introduce: 10 months (check with your pediatrician)
Stars: Pears are high in fiber and contain a fair amount of Vitamins C, K, B2, B3, and B6. Edamame is a wonderful sources of protein, iron and calcium. Peas are very high in protein and also provides Calcium, Vitamin A and C and Iron too.
1 cup frozen peas
1/2 cup shelled organic edamame
Note: we always use organic edamame to ensure they are non-GMO. What is GMO
1. Boil peas and edamame according to package directions (usually ~5 minutes) and drain, reserving some water for mixing.
2. Peel and cut pears (can leave on skin, if desired).
3. Add peas, edamame, and pears to food processor or blender with some water from boiling until smooth.
4. Pour into pouch.
Fills about 3 Pouches Printable Recipe Card:
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