Homemade Applesauce

Which is the simplest and most delicious recipe with apples????? mmhhh…Applesauce!!
the homemade one?…even better!

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why I really like it?
it tastes good, like apples
apples are in season, the taste is even better
it’s not a real baby food…you can enjoy it at 6 months…or at 40 years. it’s yummy, no matter how old you are
it’s a totally delightful fat free snack (if you are 40 yrs) or a healthy creamy snack (if you are 6 months)
And what about homemade applesauce to be served on top of homemade baby pancakes??? check this recipe too

See you next Thursday with another recipe!!!
ciao!

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    Sweety Agarwal
    June 6, 2014 at 9:04 am

    Hi, this apple sauce is an amazing recipe for kids. I generally steam and grind apples for my 8 month old baby. I will definitely try this version as well. Can i also store this applesauce in refrigerator? If yes, how long can i store this?\

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      Barbara Lamperti
      June 6, 2014 at 7:30 pm

      Hi! sure, you can either freeze the applesauce for up to 4 months or store it in the refrigerator for 4 days. I usually store the applesauce in small size containers so that I can freeze them and once I thaw one container at the time I can keep it in the refrigerator and enjoy the applesauce before the 4th day! ciao, b

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        Sweety Agarwal
        June 7, 2014 at 5:19 pm

        Thanks Barbara 🙂 It would really help me as I make it everyday. Ur videos are of great help to new moms especially me. Looking forward for some great authentic Italian recipes as well as I am a big fan of Italian food. Take care.

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    Arifa
    April 15, 2015 at 5:31 am

    Hi! being a first time mum, i was so lost till i found u on youtube 🙂 thanks a billion for sharing such easy and yummy baby recipes 🙂 ..its been two weeks since I’ve been trying to give my daughter food..but she only takes one or two tsps 🙁 ..and makes a face on the third spoon and sticks her tongue out, throwing all the food out.. is there an way to make the baby stop sticking her tongue out when eating, since she does the same when having water, she wants to lick it instead. she is already 6 months and 2 weeks old.
    thanks again and keep sharing the amazing recipes
    Love

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      Barbara Lamperti
      May 25, 2015 at 5:03 am

      Hi Arifa, thank you so much for your message. I’m glad I can be helpful with my recipes to other moms!! Learning how to eat is not easy for a baby used to have only milk (either breast milk or from the bottle). The mouth movements are totally different when your little one eats some solid food compared to when she drinks milk. And learning how to switch from one to another takes time. At the very beginning (6/7 months) it is totally normal that babies just eat few teaspoons of food and than stop. And the fact that she is sticking the tongue out means that she is still learning how to eat instead of drink. Give her some time, it’s a natural process and she will very soon figure out how to do it by herself. Remember that from 6 to 12 months solid food is a kind of exploration for babies: new textures, new flavors. Up until 12 months the main source of food for a baby should be milk (either breast milk or baby formula) and solid food is just a supplement to milk. Let me know if you have any question!! ciao, b

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    daniel
    June 27, 2015 at 3:12 pm

    Hi

    you have lovely web….

    How mach pancakes going from this quantity

    thanks

    • Reply
      Barbara Lamperti
      July 5, 2015 at 12:37 pm

      Hi Daniel!
      10/12 regular size pancakes. Let me know if you like them!!! ciao, b

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