Revenue Papinhas for Babies From 6 Months

The papinhas for babies of 6 months are very important for the introduction of food. Is the 6 months starts the new stage of the life cycle, and so you may want to know how you can consist of these popes, or soups. The adequate food is fundamental at this stage to ensure the intake of vitamins and minerals for the baby.

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From 6 months, introduce yourself slowly and gradually new foods while keeping the breast milk up to 2 years or more.

The papinhas for babies of 6 months will allow the baby to develop the ability of chewing and swallowing and the taste for new flavors, smells, and textures.

FEEDING A BABY OF 6 MONTHS

With 6 months you start a new phase in the feeding of the baby.

The pope of cereals without gluten is of the first foods to be introduced in the feeding of the baby, since it provides carbohydrates, vegetable proteins, vitamins and minerals and have high energy value (about 400 kcal/100g).

These popes can be of two types: papas dairy, which should be reconstituted with water, and the popes non-dairy, which can be reconstituted with milk or milk transition.

The soup/cream of vegetables is another food that must be one of the first to be introduced. Once the sweet taste is innate, it is increasingly advocated in the first place, the introduction of a food is not sweet, as is the case of the soup/cream of vegetables.

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REVENUE PAPINHAS FOR BABIES FROM 6 MONTHS

Here are some recipes of soups and porridge that can be given to baby at 6 months of age. Are very simple to prepare and your baby will love the experience. Know these papinhas for babies from 6 months.

1. MASHED PUMPKIN (1 SERVING)

– Ingredients –

  • 100g of pumpkin
  • Water

– Mode of preparation –

  1. Peel the pumpkin, removing the seeds.
  2. Wash the pumpkin, cut into small pieces and place in a saucepan.
  3. Add boiling water just until it covers the pumpkin and cook in simmer.
  4. After cooking, reduce the puree.

 

  1. PUREE OF BROCCOLI (2 SERVINGS)

– Ingredients –

  • 60g potato
  • 60g broccoli
  • 25g onion
  • Water

– Mode of preparation –

  1. Peel the potatoes and onion, cutting it into small pieces.
  2. Place all ingredients in a saucepan (including the broccoli is already washed), add water just until they become covered and cook on a gentle heat.
  3. Once boiled, reduce the puree.
  4. POPE CEREAL PEAR AND APPLE (ABOUT 2 SERVINGS)

– Ingredients –

  • ¼ Apple
  • ¼ Pear
  • 3 measures baby’s milk (breast or transition)
  • 2 measures of cereals without gluten (corn)

– Mode of preparation –

  1. Peel the fruit, wash it and cut-a.
  2. Place the apple and pear in a saucepan, add boiling water just until the fruit becomes partially covered and cook.
  3. Mix with the milk and the cereal, and grind all the ingredients to obtain a puree fine.
  4. Let it cool and it’s ready.
  1. POPE RICE WITH BANANA

– Ingredients –

  • 3 tablespoons of flour rice
  • 1 banana
  • 150ml of water

– Mode of preparation –

  1. Dissolve the flour in a little cold water.
  2. Add the remaining water and bring to heat until boiling stirring constantly. Leave to bake a little.
  3. Mash the banana and add to flour. It may be necessary to add a little more water.
  4. Allow to cool and serve.

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EXAMPLE OF DAILY MEALS FROM A BABY OF 6 MONTHS

Then you can see the example of a full day’s meal for a baby of 6 months

  • Breakfast: breast milk or milk transition.
  • Morning snack: breast milk or milk transition.
  • Lunch: soup/cream/mashed vegetables or pope of cereals without gluten, and fruit.
  • Snack: breast milk or milk transition.
  • Dinner: breast milk or milk transition.
  • At bedtime: breast milk or milk transition.

PLEASE NOTE…

The introduction of food is a delicate phase for the health of the baby. The deficient food introduction may put the child at nutritional risk because the foods offered can:

  • Not be the most appropriate for the age of the child.
  • Do not satisfy your nutritional needs of the child.
  • Does not contain the micronutrients that are essential for development such as zinc, iron, vitamin A or vitamin B6.