Beetroot

Beetroot Introduce beetroot when baby reaches about 10 months of age; it is highly nutritious, and its bright colour will stimulate baby’s interest – though be warned, it stains! Beetroot

Asparagus

Asparagus Asparagus has a delicate flavour and contains many important nutrients – including some protein! It can be a little difficult to digest, so is not recommended as a first

Plums & Prunes

Plums & Prunes Plums and prunes are two versions of the same fruit. Plums are the fresh version – prunes are dried plums. Many varieties of plum are available; all

Pear

Pear Delicate in flavour, gentle on the digestive system, pears make an ideal first food for baby at about 6 months of age. It is best to cook pears –

Mango

Mango Mango’s are a super-nutritious tropical fruit, and may be introduced into baby’s diet at around 10 months of age. However, as they belong to the cashew/pistachio group of plants, if

Peaches & Nectarines

Peaches & Nectarines Nectarines are, basically, a ‘fuzz-free’ variety of peach. They have identical nutritional value, and similar flavours, though nectarines may be redder in colour, smaller and more fragrant.

Kiwifruit

Kiwifruit This delicately delicious fruit (also known as Chinese gooseberry) may be introduced into your baby’s diet at about 10 months. Kiwi fruit are not highly allergenic, though their slight

Citrus

Citrus Oranges, tangerines, mandarins, lemons, limes, grapefruit, etc. are citrus fruits, and have a high acid content. It is advisable to avoid very acidic foods until baby reaches 12 months

Blueberries

Blueberries Unlike other berries that are not recommended for babies until around 12 months of age, most authorities agree that blueberries are the exception, and may safely be introduced at

Banana

Banana Bananas may be introduced to your baby at about 6 months of age, and make an excellent first food, as they provide good nutrition and are really convenient… peel,