How to make cherry sauce for babies

Cherries, which are rich in natural antioxidants, are a sweet fruit puree that babies love. Follow our simple step by step instructions, you can make a nutritious cherry puree for your baby step by step.

Step 1: Pick and buy cherries

Cherry can be combined with many other fruits, such as apples, bananas, and pears to make a mixed puree. It not only adds sourness to the mixed puree, but also makes the color of the mixed puree more vivid and beautiful. In summer, you can buy fresh and affordable cherries. When buying cherries, choose a dark red color with no damaged skin. 6 cherries can make about 100 grams of cherry puree.


Step 2: Wash and cut the cherries

Wash the cherries with a mixture of three parts water and one part white vinegar to remove bacteria. Then rinse with cold water and drain. Cut the cherries in half lengthwise and scoop out the core with a spoon.


Step 3: Mash the cherries

Mash the cherries with a grinder. Add appropriate amount of water to make the cherry puree reach the desired consistency. If your baby is about 10 months old, you can cut the cherries into small pieces and feed them directly as teething food.


Step 4: Feed the cherry puree

In infancy, cherries are the best, fruit that can be mixed with other purees, yogurt or cereals.

Foods that can be paired with cherries are:

  • Apple
  • Pears
  • Peach
  • Plums
  • Banana
  • Beef
  • Chicken
  • Yogurt
  • Baby cereal
  • Rice cereal

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Cherry nutrition: The iron content of cherries is relatively high, and the iron content per 100 grams of cherries is as much as 59 mg, ranking first among fruits. Vitamin A content is 4-5 times more than grapes, apples and oranges. The carotene content is 4 to 5 times more than grapes, apples and oranges. In addition, cherries also contain vitamin B, C and mineral elements such as calcium and phosphorus. Per 100g water content is 83g, protein 1.4g, fat 0.3g, sugar 8g, carbohydrate 14.4g, calorie 66 kcal, crude fiber 0.4g, ash 0.5g, calcium 18mg, phosphorus 18mg, iron 5.9mg, carotene 0.15mg , Thiamine 0.04mg, riboflavin 0.08mg, nicoric acid 0.4mg, ascorbic acid 900mg, potassium 258mg, sodium 0.7mg, magnesium 10.6mg.

Efficacy of cherries: Used for weakness of the spleen and stomach, eating less diarrhea, or yin injury of the spleen and stomach, dry mouth and tongue; insufficient liver and kidney, weakness of waist and knees, weakness of limbs, or spermatorrhea; Sex spots can play a role in diminishing.

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