Baby Led Weaning

Growing healthy babies with healthy appetites


This creepy, furry orange fruit is one of my daughter's favourites… bleurgh. Thank god it has a fairly short season.
Wash it, cut it in half, remove the stone and hand to child with the skin side facing outwards. Actually, they're not bad to take out to cafes etc with you as they fit quite nicely into those silly wee tupperwares and can be cut open with a normal knife. But they do ripen quickly and get very squishy very fast so time it right or everyone will get covered in orange mush.

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2 Responses to “Apricot”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I gave my LO half a dried apricot (unsulphured) the other day and she devoured it. Well, she's not actually swallowing much yet – we only really started weaning less than a fortnight ago – so maybe “devoured” is a bit strong, but she did spend a good 15 minutes munching on it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    oh yes, i should update that entry. Babybear loves those dried apricots, they're so much nicer when they're not dyed that freaky orange colour, aren't they?

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