Purple Power Purée

We’re excited to have yet another yummy purée recipe from Sasha Houseman of Paleo Superfood Synergy! Read Sasha’s explanation of what makes this recipe so wonderful below:

Purple potatoes are obviously more colorful than white (Russet) potatoes, but did you know what they have about four times as many antioxidants as well? Anthocyanin is the pigment that gives purple sweet potatoes their bright, beautiful color… and their amazing antioxidant benefits! Combined with the purple antioxidant pigments from the purple carrots, this delicious puree isn’t just protecting your child from disease, it’s also providing lots of healthy carbohydrates for energy to run and play!

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Purple Power Purée

We're excited to have yet another yummy purée recipe from Sasha Houseman of Paleo Superfood Synergy! Read Sasha's explanation of what makes this recipe so wonderful below:
Purple potatoes are obviously more colorful than white (Russet) potatoes, but did you know what they have about four times as many antioxidants as well? Anthocyanin is the pigment that gives purple sweet potatoes their bright, beautiful color… and their amazing antioxidant benefits! Combined with the purple antioxidant pigments from the purple carrots, this delicious puree isn’t just protecting your child from disease, it’s also providing lots of healthy carbohydrates for energy to run and play!

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Place the sweet potato, carrots and apple into the steaming bowl.
  2. Pour water into the tank (level 3).
  3. Start the cooking process.
  4. When the sweet potato, carrots and apple are cooked, place them in the blending bowl and set aside some of the cooking liquid.
  5. Blend, adding some of the cooking liquid to bring the purée to the desired consistency and blend.

Recipe Notes

As always, please check with your pediatrician before introducing new foods to your baby.

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