Strawberry Baby Food Recipes

Strawberry Baby Food Recipes
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Strawberry is perhaps the most famous among the nutritious berry fruits.

Blueberries top the scale for health benefits but the popularity of strawberries soars way above all other berries.

Strawberries have a distinctive shape, are bright red in color and have small seeds on their skin.

Strawberries are also known for their sweetness and fragrance which is why some perfume factories use this fruit for their smell.

We are going to share with you today some delectable strawberry baby recipes we are certain you will enjoy.

But first, we’ll share some informative facts about this nutritious, beautiful fruit.

Strawberry Facts

Strawberry Facts

Strawberries, like pears, belong to the Rosaceae family. Some people think of it is as a huge edible flower. It is thought that strawberries originally came from ancient Rome.

The wild strawberries eaten by Romans are known to be smaller than the modern strawberry and with a thicker skin. Wild berries also tasted less delicious.

Today, this popular berry is being cultivated globally.

Strawberries are high in fiber, folic acid potassium, Vitamin B, C and K but low in fat. They also contain phenols, copper and manganese.

Important Note: There are studies claiming that eight strawberries give your body a real boost against cardiovascular diseases and can reduce the risk of stroke and inflammation. They also contain plentiful amounts of vitamin C.

Strawberries are high in antioxidants and are highly beneficial for good eye health.

Choosing and Storing Strawberries

Choosing Strawberries

When choosing strawberries, pick ones that are bright red in color. Green and not-so-red berries are sour.

Unlike other fruits, strawberries stay as they are when picked so if they were unripe in picking they will proceed to rot in a few days and won’t ripen anymore.

Strawberries with their stem still intact retain freshness. Smaller berries are generally sweeter and juicier than the bigger ones. The stronger the fragrance of the strawberry, the sweeter they are.

If you bought unripe strawberries, storing them inside a refrigerator won’t help ripen them for, as we said above, they tend to rot afterwards.

Choosing and Storing Strawberries

Refrigerating helps with their general freshness.

Be sure to eat the fruits in two to three days maximum. They will start to spoil after that period.

Freezing strawberries will help keep the berries fresh for as long as six months.

Rub lemon on the fruits to retain their bright red color even when frozen.

Why Are Strawberries Considered Healthier than Canned Ones?

Strawberries Considered Healthier than Canned Ones

Fresh strawberries, especially organic ones, give far superior health benefits for your baby than the canned version.

Canned fruits, as we always mention in this series of baby food recipes, contain preservatives that are not suitable (and even potentially harmful) for you and your baby’s body.

Strawberry Baby Food Recipes

Strawberry Baby Food Recipes

Important Note: Strawberry is the number one berry for triggering allergies in babies. Always be sure to check that your baby will have no allergic reactions to this berry before introducing it to them. You can give your baby strawberries as early as 6 months, all being well.

1) Strawberry Apple Puree

Strawberry Apple Puree


  • 8 pcs strawberries (sliced into halves)
  • 1 apple (diced and peeled)
  • 1 cup water (distilled)
  • ½ cup milk (whole or breast milk)


  • Boil apple and strawberries
  • Mash in a bowl
  • Add milk and continue mashing
  • Enjoy feeding to baby

2) Fruity Dessert

Fruity Dessert


  • ​½ cup strawberries (sliced)
  • 1 medium sized banana (peeled and sliced)
  • 1 apple (peeled and sliced)
  • 1 cup milk (breast milk or whole milk)


  • Mash all ingredients in a bowl
  • Add milk and mix
  • Serve immediately

3) Strawberry Shake

Strawberry Shake


  • 2 cups strawberries (sliced thinly)
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • ½ cup milk
  • ¼ cup water (distilled)


  • Pour all ingredients into a blender or food processor and blend until a smooth consistency is achieved

4) Strawberry Mix Smoothie

Strawberry Mix Smoothie


  • 1 cup strawberries (sliced)
  • 1 mango (ripe, peeled and sliced)
  • ½ small sized papaya (peeled and sliced thinly)
  • ½ avocado (scooped from skin)


  • Place all ingredients into a blender or blend altogether until the mixture becomes smoother
  • Serve it cold to baby

5) Berry Combo Purees

Berry Combo Purees


  • ½ cup blueberries (sliced)
  • ½ cup strawberries (chopped)
  • ½ cup raspberries (sliced)
  • 1 cup water (distilled)


  • Place all ingredients into a blender
  • Bring it to a puree until desired consistency is acquired
  • Serve to baby immediately or refrigerate before feeding it to her

6) Strawberry/ Watermelon Popsicles

Strawberry/ Watermelon Popsicles


  • ½ cup strawberries (sliced)
  • 2 cups watermelon (cubed)
  • ½ cup milk (breast milk or whole milk)
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 cup water (distilled)


  • Make a puree of all ingredients in a blender
  • Pour ample amounts of mixture into popsicle moulds
  • Freeze and give to babies to lick or suck when done

Important Note: Wash strawberries thoroughly and remove all stems before preparing and be sure all are fresh and ripe.

Wrap Up

Preparing a Recipe

Preparing a recipe that is not only tasty but healthy too benefits you as well as your baby.


What are you waiting for?

Indulge and enjoy these simple pleasures with your baby and let us know about your exciting new adventures with solid foods.

We always welcome comments and feedback from you, our dear readers, so please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Now enjoy those strawberries!

Hi there, I’m Mary, editor at My Mommy Guide. I want to help make every step of the journey with your new baby easier. My goal is to inform you about as wide a range of subjects related to newborns as possible. Whether you are a new mother or the parents of several kids, this site aims to cater for all. Although there are no rules for being a parent, there is certainly plenty of sound practice. I will bring you ongoing, fresh content and always encourage your feedback. Welcome to our site!
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