Peach Puree

Peaches are so sweet and juicy. They are a great on tiny tummies to help with digestion or constipation for babies between 4-6 months old. Since they taste so sweet, they pair well with so many other foods such as avocado, chicken, or bananas. If you have a baby that is just starting out on solids, just stick with the one type of food for 3 days straight. If you do not see any signs of allergies or rashes around the mouth or hands after 3 days, then you know your baby is clear of an allergy to that food. But it’s always good to consult your doctor when starting firsts foods.

Peaches are the best eaten when they are steamed or baked, and then pureed. When your baby becomes more advanced in food choices, peaches are great to add to cereals, yogurts or even proteins. Once your baby starts grasping while eating, have them try grabbing onto a sliced and peeled peach. This is called baby-led weaning. This type of learning, through grasp and placing food into their mouth on their own, helps them learn and problem solve. So, let’s make a mess and let your baby learn from playing with their food.

Peach Puree


  • 1 peach
  • 2 tbs water or breast milk


  1. Wash, peel and remove the pit from the peach.
  2. Cut into slices.
  3. Place the fruit into the Baby Bullet Blender and puree until smooth. If the puree seems too thick, add the water, 1 tbs at a time, until smooth.
  4. Place in small container to keep in the fridge or freezer.




About Anna O'Steen

I'm a Lady who loves to bake sweet treats like cakes, pies, bars, and desserts. I also love to cook savory foods and share my experiences with people so they can have the same enjoyment that I get from cooking.
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Recently, a new mom to a beautiful girl, and making her organic food.
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