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Now here is an unlikely trio, so delicious it will please even those babies who are less than enthusiastic about eating green vegetables like broccoli.
For a lot of us, broccoli makes us think of blunt overcooked vegetable our parents made us eat telling us over and over how good broccoli is good for us. They were right about one thing: it is healthy and it would take a whole page to list all the benefits of this vegetable. Raw broccoli is best but since your cannot feed your baby raw broccoli at 6 months of age, it is very important to cook them properly as to preserve all the nutrients and taste.
Here is a taste of tropics for your little one. Some mint for freshness, pineapple for sweetness and quinoa for a nutritious boost, this recipe was inspired by, yes, one of the favorite summer drinks: Piña Colada.
Do not let the long list of ingredients scare you, this puree might be longer to prepare but it is so worth it. If you think your baby is ready, you can play with textures in this recipe by pureeing all the ingredients except the quinoa.