6 months old baby

My baby 6months completed can I give apple porridge

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Hi yes you can sure give apple puree to 6 montg old. You can simply wash the apple and peel off the skin now remove the seeds and cut into small pieces now you can pressure cook then with little water or steam them for 10-15 mins grind in mixer add water for required consistance and serve to baby. Good luck.
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    Soumya Mishra45 days ago

    Is it necessary to cook

Hi yes you can sure give apple puree to 6 montg old. You can simply wash the apple and peel off the skin now remove the seeds and cut into small pieces now you can pressure cook then with little water or steam them for 10-15 mins grind in mixer add water for required consistance and serve to baby. Good luck.
Hello dear... Yes, you can give apple porridge or puree, it is an best energy giving food, and it is also easily digestable
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