How To Make Pear Baby Food

Do you want to learn how to make pear baby food for your child? Find out below how you can get started making your own homemade baby food.

 How To Make Pear Baby Food

Making your own baby food is much easier than it seems. Not only can you make your child their own food when you are cooking your own meals, but you can also spend an hour to stock-up your freezer with your baby’s meals for an entire month. There are a lot of benefits for both you and your child when you make homemade baby food.

How To Make Pear Baby Food:

If this is is the first time you have ever made baby food check out our getting started guide. It will provide you with all of the different options for making homemade baby food. To make pears for your baby you will need:

  • 2 Whole Pears {depends on the amount you want to make}
  • Water
  • food processor or blender

Start by peeling the pear and removing the core. Next, cut the pear into small pieces. You are then ready to cook the pears. You can either steam them using a steamer basket or cook the pears in the microwave. If steaming, cook for about 10 minutes or until the pear is soft. If you choose to cook the pears in the microwave make sure you add about 1/4 cup of water and cover. Cook for about 3-5 minutes.

How To Make Pear Baby Food

Next, you will need to puree the pears so that they are the right consistency for your baby. Add the small pieces of the pear into your food processor and add about 1 cup of water. If your child is older you can add less water, but if your baby is just starting to eat food then make sure the food is runny. You will then need to serve, refrigerate or freeze the carrots immediately. I always like making extra so that I can freeze it and use for other meals.

How To Make Pear Baby Food

If you are freezing the leftover pears, you can store them in proper portions for your baby to eat later. Read about how you can properly store baby homemade baby food.

You can also try:

Butternut Squash Baby Food Recipe

Homemade Sweet Potatoes Baby Food 

Homemade Baby Food Carrots 

Banana baby food recipe

This Post Has 3 Comments

    1. It’s amazing what babies taste buds enjoy! Please make sure that your child is over 12 months of age before feeding honey, as it’s believed honey contains specific spores of bacteria that can cause botulism!

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