Can I make baby purées in advance?

Postnatal, Your questions

I’m 36 weeks pregnant, in top shape but in preventative withdrawal. I’m preparing meals for the return home after childbirth and was wondering if you can make baby purées in advance. I’m asking this because it’s harvest season, everything is fresh, nourishing and cheaper. When my baby is ready to eat solids, it will be the middle of winter. What do you think? Suzie

 


Wow! I love your planning skills, Suzie! Excellent idea! If you have the energy, help and want to do this, why not? However, you need to know that you can only do this for vegetables and fruit, as they can be stored until this winter. For meats, fish or when mixing them with vegetables, you can only store them for a maximum of two months. Good initiative—and a great idea!

Talk soon,

Marie
The Baby Expert

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