Like every parent, I too always want the best for our baby; especially, now that my tiny human is 23 months old, he has his teeth, and he is experiencing chewing and tase of all seasonal fruits now. Apple, Banana and Orange are the three fruits that are already in his Yummy for the Tummy list. As much as I love Strawberries, i couldn’t really wait to see what his reaction will be when he tastes some for the first time.
Strawberries are one of the best choices for kids with many benefits to offer.
Strawberries are popular but you should be careful before feeding them to babies because strawberries may cause an allergic reaction. I therefore suggested to avoid giving strawberries to your baby until your baby is 1-year-old.
Once you do decide to give your baby/toddler/kid some strawberries, you need to be careful. As said earlier, you need to check for any allergic reactions, by giving them very little. Since there I’d a chance that your kid may bite a bigger chunk of the strawberry and hence there is a risk of choking, you can cut strawberries into small chunks.
You can also try making pureed strawberries at home.
To make them you just need to follow these simple steps:
1) Wash eight to 10 strawberries
2) Remove stems.
3) Place in a high-powered blender or food processor.
4) Blend until smooth.
Nutritional Value of Strawberry: