This recipe is both delicious, healthy, and smooth to chunky, making it a great choice for transitioning to solid food, as well as finger food. In my opinion, a food must be absolutely delicious in order to be introduced to solid food. The baby is already trying to get used to a different consistency, so don't worry about taste.
Barlas apple crisps; molasses, followed by breakfast cereal with milk and fennel tea. This means that it is possible to both eat food with a blender and always enjoy solid food. The recipe is actually 6+ months in terms of ingredients but 9+ months in terms of eating difficulties. I sometimes cut these apples with a diameter of 6 mm and made finger food, sometimes I smashed them with a fork. I also arranged these pieces on the tray of the highchair, obviously so that he can eat himself.
Note : When using milk allergic formula milk instead of formula milk, the recipe becomes milk allergic.
1 ripe apple
2 teaspoons whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon heaped rice flour
2 tablespoons follow-on/formula milk
Cinnamon with the tip of a teaspoon
olive oil to grease the pan
Continue milk, flour and cinnamon are mixed in a bowl until homogeneous. A mixture of cake batter consistency is obtained.
The apples are washed cleanly, the skins are thinly peeled and cut into quarters and then sliced thinly. (My sauce measures were enough to sauce 12 small apple slices.)
Apple slices are dipped in flour and milk mixture.
Grease a medium sized pan.
Apple slices with sauce are fried in a pan on low heat.
When one side of the apple slices is cooked, the apples are turned over for the uncooked side.