Apple porridge, babyfood

I favor organic pure produce

♥ For babies from 7 months

Dear parents, here you have finger food suggestions for your baby and here you have the What*When babyfood list to guide you.

If you make this for your baby, you can keep the leftovers in your fridge in a glass jar with a lid. And best to divide this into 3 portions right away. This porridge will keep for 1-2 days if baby’s saliva has not come in contact with it. It is considered best to discard food which has come in contact with saliva since the bacteria in the saliva will spoil the food quickly. Best to give your baby a small portion first and add more to the bowl you are using if your baby finishes. Do not put the whole portion in a bowl and start feeding your baby. A baby will not finish a whole portion and then you have to throw away the leftovers .. (But you can eat them yourself .. it’s delicious :))

Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 5 mins
Yields: ca. 3 baby portions


  • Around 45g organic baby porridge like quinoa, oats, millet or other you prefer
  • 1/2 apple (or ripe pear or peach)
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla powder and cinnamon (both optional)
  • 1 tbsp apple juice (optional)
  • Around 200 ml water or organic "milk" you like (almond milk after 8-9 months) to thin down to desired consistency
  • Optional; before serving add 1 tsp hempseed oil (but even better to give your baby the oil directly from the spoon)


  1. Wash and peel the apple and cut it into small pieces.
  2. Put everything together in a small saucepan and cook gently for around 1-2 minutes
  3. Add more water or milk if needed (if you want the porridge thinner)
  4. Either cool a bit and then serve or puree everything together using a handheld blender. I use a 500ml Pyrex measuring jug and handheld blender to puree small portions like this one.
  5. For even more flavor you could sometimes add around 1-2 tbsp fullfat organic cream to this porridge and just a very few mulberries (chopped is lovely) and a few Goji berries. It's delicious.

Additional Info

  • ♥ Around 9 months (and sooner if your baby likes chewing), it is a good idea to begin to mash the food by hand when possible or cut finely, instead of puréeing it, to get your baby used to new and coarser food textures.

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