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There’s nothing quite like the fall. Leaves changing, a chill in the air, and some of the season’s heartiest comfort food and drinks, that reminds us all of the warmth of home and the holidays. So what better time to introduce your baby to Autumn flavors and spices, and to start the healthy habit of eating what’s in season – something they will have with them for the rest of their lives. We’ve gathered together a list of some of the best fall recipes you can make for your baby, to bring a little bit of the harvest into your home.

 

  1. Pumpkin Oatmeal Smoothies – These delectable concoctions bring together everything wonderful about fall, and with honey, pumpkin and Greek yogurt, are a healthy way to celebrate the season.
  2. Butternut Squash & Apple Puree – Winter squash is the perfect base for many fall dishes. Whether you’re using Acorn, Butternut or Hubbard, these hearty vegetables are full of Vitamins A & C, as well as Calcium, and the best part: squash are remarkably easy to digest. Try using your Olababy SteamBowl to steam your ingredients, and retain the valuable nutrition inside.
  3. Cheesy Leek, Sweet Potato, & Cauliflower Puree – This rich little meal has got Fall written all over it, and is also a great source of Vitamin C and fiber. This flavor combination is so delicious, you might want to make an adult version of it for later.
  4. Apple & Oat Porridge - This smooth and tasty meal is perfect for a warm fireside meal. Both healthy and hearty, this porridge is sure to make your baby happy, while providing them with all the nutrition they need.
  5. Banana Applesauce Pancakes – Who can say no to some fluffy Fall pancakes? These healthy and light applesauce pancakes bring all the joys of the Autumn and pack them into one seriously delicious little treat!

 

The fall is a perfect time to introduce your baby into the healthy and surprising joys of eating foods in season. Pretty soon, your little ones will associate the fall with all those festive flavors, spices, colors and feelings that we all do, and that’s the real gift.