Note: As baby starts out, the recipe may need to be halved to prevent wastage
Step by step
Apple and Rhubarb Puree
Combine ingredients and mix well, adding more liquid for a thinner consistency, if required. Water can be substituted with breast milk or infant formula if desired. When prepared with breast milk, it may become more watery.
TIP: To make the apple and rhubarb puree, follow the instructions on the recipe titled 'How to Puree Fruit and Vegetables'.
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