130g cooked or raw red beetroot

130g cooked or raw red beetroot

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Place the beetroot cubes in the blender and mix.
If necessary, thin with a little warm water.

If you use the raw beetroot *
Peel the beet with a potato peeler and wash.


Cut into 1cm cubes and place in the steam basket.

Pour water into the tank (level 3) and start cooking.

Put the cooked beetroot in the mixer bowl.

Mix by adding some of the cooking liquid until the desired consistency.


* Beetroot can be prepared raw, grated, for adults.

Use gloves because beet dyed hands.


Why broccoli?

Despite concerns it may raise as a member of the cabbage family, broccoli is perfectly suited to the introduction of food variety. Well tolerated by the intestinal mucosa of the baby, it is a vegetable whose taste is sweet when cooked. Very rich in vitamin C, we will appreciate being able to give it to baby to eat, hardly cooked or raw, so as to preserve the vitamin C which is not resistant to heat. For this, it is necessary to wait until baby is 12 months to give him raw vegetables. Then you can pass the broccoli into the blender without cooking it, making a kind of broccoli semolina.

Broccoli is also interesting for its vitamin K intake and B9 (folate), especially when cooked. It is also excellent for pregnant women.



  • Age 4-6 months
  • Type of dish Soups and purées

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130g cooked or raw red beetroot