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Baby Food: Apricot Chicken (6 Months +)

Found this on "Little Green Pouch" website...not sure if they are approved by the FDA, but seems harmless enough. Be sure to consult your Pediatrician before starting baby on new foods and watch for any signs of allergies. My Pediatrician said to give a new food 3-4 days to see if potential allergies may occur...

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10mins
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ingredients

  • 1 cup cooked chicken
  • 14 cup water (or breast milk or formula)
  • 12 1/2 cup fresh nectarines (be sure they are sulphur free) or 1/4 cup dried apricot (be sure they are sulphur free)

directions

  • Wash and pit apricots. Roughly chop. Chop chicken. Place in blender or food processor and puree. Slowly add liquid and puree until smooth. Continue adding liquid until desired consistency is achieved. For toddlers, leave chunkier.
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"Found this on "Little Green Pouch" website...not sure if they are approved by the FDA, but seems harmless enough. Be sure to consult your Pediatrician before starting baby on new foods and watch for any signs of allergies. My Pediatrician said to give a new food 3-4 days to see if potential allergies may occur..."
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  1. MixnVixn
    Found this on "Little Green Pouch" website...not sure if they are approved by the FDA, but seems harmless enough. Be sure to consult your Pediatrician before starting baby on new foods and watch for any signs of allergies. My Pediatrician said to give a new food 3-4 days to see if potential allergies may occur...
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