Apple & Sapodilla (Chikoo) Oats Porridge

What do you do when your toddler refuses to eat the whole fruits?

You think where have you gone wrong. You started right after your baby turned 6 months old. You started with liquids and then gradually progressed to purees and the semi solid food. You followed the 3 day rule and made sure to include varieties in your baby’s food. So where did you go wrong? This is a dilemma faced by every mom of the world.

And the only answer to this is “Keep Calm.. It’s fine. You are doing great. Keep trying and one day your child will ask for that apple bite and your happiness will know no limits. Till then keep practicing your culinary skills and hide those fruits and veggies here and there in your baby’s food.”

One such recipe which helped to put my anxieties to rest was Apple Chikoo Oats Porridge. I was happy because he was eating Apples & Chikoo and my son was happy because it was yummy and his favourite breakfast.

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RECIPE:

Ingredients:

  • Oats
  • Milk
  • Apple
  • Sapodilla or Chikoo

Method:

  • Cut Apple in small pieces. Cut Chikoo in half and scoop the fruit with a spoon. Steam the fruits and then blend them to form a puree. I use Philips Avent 2 in 1 Steamer cum Blender and the fruit puree is ready is ready in few minutes. Alternatively you can also Cooker for steaming the fruits and then blend them with a hand blender to get a puree.
  • Meanwhile, add water in a pan and when it starts boiling, add the oats.When oats are half cooked, add Milk. Switch off the gas when oats are cooked.
  • Finally add the fruit puree into the cooked oatmeal and TADA yummy and nutritious porridge is ready.

Yummy + Nutritious = Happy Baby & Happy Mom.

How do you hide the fruits and veggies in your kids’ meal? Do share your ideas in comments.

 

 

This blog post is a part of #Baby_ToddlerFood Blog Train hosted by Anisha from Momzdiary, Deepali from Myteenytot and Danisha from Lovethatyoucanbuy

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We 40 Mom Bloggers would love to pour some Baby & Toddler Food Ideas just for you.
This is a month – long blog train. Stay tuned and Enjoy.
Lastly I would like to thank Neha for introducing me and would love to invite Mommavya to hop on this train and share her recipe.

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17 Comments Add yours

  1. Sonam says:

    My lo laves food with sweetness in it… The natural sweetness of chikoo flavor with apple would just work well for him

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  2. kavitha2320 says:

    like the recipe !! will try it on my little one. Amazing flavours and nutritious.

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  3. Thatssss an easy n healthy option

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  4. momzjourney says:

    I love this healthy recipe

    Like

  5. Yeah, it is really a good recipes..i also gave my little one only apple puree when she started semi solids..

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  6. vidhiduggal says:

    This is a really healthy and nutritious recipe for babies. I wish I knew it earlier when my kids were tods

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  7. This is a quick and easy way to feed fruits. One of the most popular foods in my home. True that, keep calm, moms always have a great idea to solve any problems.

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  8. This is both healthy and tasty. Will try these, toddk3r now doesn’t like porridge like stuff though, will give it a try.. if he do3snt eat I will eat 😁😁😁

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  9. prismaroundgurjeet says:

    Really nice recipe, when my baby was of 6 month, I always remain in search of healthy recipe for him. It is perfect .

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  10. Wish I knew this before simple and good for toddlers

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  11. That looks like easy and delicious food for a toddler. Will share this with my friend.

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  12. alpanadeo says:

    My son has turned two a couple of weeks ago and he is not at all a sweet liver the only sweetber he likes is jaggery. I should be a happy mamma. I am but this mamma also want her little one to eat fruits. I will be following your recipe tomorrow for breakfast. I did the same with banana now it’s apple’s turn.

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  13. This is reminding me of my baby days when I used to make all these healthy combination to including all high nutrients fruits.

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  14. I always struggled with healthy recipes when my daughter was in her toddlerhood. I loved the idea of apple and chikkoo recipe along with oats. It seems very healthy and yummy for kids.

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  15. Lovely and healthy recipe.. great work

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  16. Tina Basu says:

    this is a super recipe for all moms – nutritious, healthy and easily digestible for kids

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  17. I used to make this same for my son when he just started solids. It was his one of the favourites, glad that you shared it.

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