Semolina Avocado (6+ Months)

Semolina Avocado (6+ Months)

Avocado is a fruit that we are not very familiar with in our country. For this reason, it can be a little confusing to choose the ripe ones, to buy them if they are not ripe, to ripen them at home, to find out what flavors suit them and present them to your baby. Let me explain them all in order.

When choosing a ripe avocado from the market or the market, a light-toned avocado such as pistachio green that looks good on your eyes is not ripe. It is tough when you hold it. A slightly darker green avocado is more likely to be ripe. When you press your finger, your finger goes into it a little bit. This avocado is a ripe avocado. You should choose the ripe avocado for your baby.

If there are no ripe avocados at the place where you will buy them, you can buy the raw avocado and wait for it to ripen at home. You can ripen a raw avocado by wrapping it in a paper bag or paper towel and keeping it for 1-2 days under room conditions and 4-5 days under refrigerator conditions. Easy peeling is a clue, your avocado is ripe.

Another point is that we, as adults, do not consume avocados as far as I guess. Maybe the fact that the fruit is a little expensive is the reason for this, I don't know. But it is important to feed this whole avocado to our baby without wasting it. I want to talk about how to store a cut half avocado.

After you get as many slices as you will use for your baby, try not to take the peel of the avocado you will store as much as possible. Apply lemon, then olive oil to the exposed part, which is in contact with the air, and keep it in the refrigerator by stretching. Try to consume it within 2-3 days.


  • 1 teaspoonful of semolina ( click to buy )

  • 1 slice of avocado (half a quarter of a whole avocado will be enough for your baby.)

  • 1 slice of apple, pear or banana (I think the three best fruits for avocados)


  • Let's cook the semolina in 1 tea glass of water on low until it reaches the consistency of pudding. If necessary, a small amount of water can be added to adjust the consistency.

  • Mash the avocado with a fork. The ripe avocado that is suitable for your baby will already be crushed easily.

  • If your fruit is an apple or a pear, pass it through a glass grater, if your fruit is a banana, mash it with a fork.

  • Combine the pudding, avocado and the fruit of your choice and feed it to your baby with pleasure.

To the bodies of tiny babies who have just passed on supplementary food, whose intestines are not yet developed, and who cannot tolerate harmful foods like us; We don't give baby biscuits that are ready, packaged, sugary, with unspecified fat, don't we, mothers?

I say oh my, make it at home, I have a recipe I left the link below. Or leave the work to the master and we will send it to your home without any hassle, wasting time and materials.

You can click here for the Banana Oatmeal Baby Biscuit Recipe .

You can click here to buy Chef Mom Baby Biscuit .

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