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Anjali Shah

Baby Blueberry “Smoothie” Recipe

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I love making fruit smoothies for Layla. It’s a great way to get a bunch of fruits into her diet at once, and they are super easy to make at home (and in bulk). You can do a bunch of things with them: mix them into oatmeal for breakfast, turn them into mini popsicles for a snack, or use them for “dessert” at the end of the day.

The basic principle for making them is:

1) Throw a bunch of fruits into a large pot, simmer for 10 minutes

2) Puree

3) Pour into ice cube trays or store in the fridge up to 5 days. Serve in a variety of ways!


This particular baby food recipe I happened to make was: 2 Organic Fuji Apples, 2 packets frozen Organic Wild Blueberries, 2 packets frozen Organic Mangoes and 1 banana.

Other mixes I’ve come up with:

– Cherry, Peach, Mango

– Blueberry, Apple, Pear, Banana

– Pear, Apple, Prune

– Papaya, Pear, Banana, Apricot

– Peach, Apricot, Banana

But honestly, any mix of fruits will work great! You can also throw some spinach into the mix for a “green smoothie.” Once it’s in the ice cube trays it looks like this:


Each cube = 1oz of food! I usually mix 5 cubes into 2oz oatmeal for Layla’s breakfast each morning.

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Baby Blueberry “Smoothie” Recipe

A "smoothie" for babies is essentially cooking down fruit to their desired texture. Use it in oatmeals or other grains or just feed it plain.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time20 mins
Course: Baby Food
Cuisine: American
Servings: 12 ounces


  • 2 packets frozen organic blueberries
  • 2 organic fuji apples cored and cut into big pieces
  • 1 banana
  • 2 packets frozen organic mangoes


  • Add blueberries, apples, mangoes to a pot, simmer for 10 minutes.
  • Pour into a blender and add banana
  • Puree until smooth
  • Pour into ice cube trays, wrap, and freeze.
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