Sweet potatoes are an excellent first food for babies. They are rich in vitamin content, folic acid, and dietary fiber. And, best of all they’re easy to digest as they contain simple carbohydrates or starch. After Devansh turned 6 months old, I started feeding him sweet potatoes almost daily. I would either steam or boil 5-6 sweet potatoes at a time, mash them, and then freeze the excess for future use. Time is an essential commodity when you have a 6 month old baby, right? 🙂 After you introduce cow/buffalo milk in your baby’s diet, you can start feeding him/her this sweet potato porridge as per the recipe given below. For babies less than one, you can cook this porridge in water and then add breast milk or formula.
This porridge makes for an ideal sugarless dessert for babies, toddlers, and young kids. Bon appetit li’l one. 🙂
This post was last modified on April 24, 2019 4:08 am
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