Tasty Fruit Puree
Enjoy this tasty Fruit Puree as a snack or add it to baked goods, desserts, shakes, and smoothies. In many baked goods, fruit puree can substitute butter and oil.
Pureed fruit is a much healthier alternative to industrially processed and sugar-laden jams. The consumption of fruit puree is a very effective way to reduce calories if you are on a diet or living a healthy lifestyle.
This tasty Fruit Puree recipe is perfect for baby food. When your baby is ready to be introduced to solid foods, give your baby a healthy start by making fresh baby food.
Apple – with seeds
Bananas are a great fruit, with so many health benefits for you. They are rich in fibre, and furthermore acts as a prebiotic, that aid in the digestion action.
Eyesight is improved due to the high content of beta-carotene and vitamin A found in carrots. Carrots have calcium and vitamin K, both of which are helpful for bone health. In addition, you can keep your blood sugar levels under control with the Fiber found in carrots.
Nature’s very own toothbrush, apples stimulate the production of saliva in the mouth reducing the bacteria in the mouth while reducing tooth decay. Apples are also rich in soluble fibre stabilising sugar levels reducing mood swings and lowering cholesterol levels.
Pineapples are good for colds and flu due to their high vitamin C content. Whether it’s a dessert, side dish, or snack, pineapple has an impressive nutritional profile. It is low in calories and high in vitamins and minerals. Unlike avocados, peaches, and bananas, pineapple doesn’t keep ripening after it is picked. So keeping it on the counter will not help.