Avocados contain plenty of folic acid and monounsaturated fat. It is a serious source of potassium and lutein.
Avocado, which is a fruit with high energy value, is also very rich in fat and protein. It is also a nutritious food that contains plenty of vitamins A and E, as well as B group vitamins and minerals such as potassium.
Avocado prevents constipation in your baby who has just started solid food and is prone to constipation.
Avocado has the ability to strengthen the immune system.
- half avocado
- Half a cup of yogurt
- Ripe avocados are washed and peeled.
- It is cut in half around its length and the core is discarded.
- It is cut into small pieces and passed through a strainer.
- If you blend it, it becomes very lumpy. If your baby has not started lumpy food, be sure to use a strainer.
- If your yogurt is runny, you can directly dilute the yoghurt a little and mix it with mashed avocado.
- Note 1: If your avocado is not ripe, you can wrap it in a paper bag and wait for it to ripen.
- Note 2: You can store the leftover avocado in airtight containers in the refrigerator for 1 day.
You can find the semolina yogurt recipe for babies in my previous blog post .