Cauliflower is also known as “curd”, yes because it looks like a cottage cheese. It is also like broccoli and sprouts good for cancer prevention. If your baby is already into finger foods, you can also used the steamed cauliflower as variety for the cut pieces.
If your baby has digestive system issues, please consult your pediatrician first.
Ingredient Selection Tips:
- This is a fiber-rich veggie so choose the freshest and organic one.
- Select the medium-sized one with the white or creamy color and with fresh and green leaves surrounding it. The leaves protect the white “curds” or florets
|Preparation Time||2 minutes|
|Total Time||5 minutes|
|Nutrient Content||Just a cup of cauliflower will give your baby strong bone setter element called Calcium and Vitamins A and C. However, cauliflowers can also cause gas so prepare this at Stage 2 (around 8 months to a year old). Just a cup of cauliflower will produce 9 ounces of cauliflower puree.|
|Puree Instructions:||For those moms who have no organic supply of cauliflower, be happy that it is known not to collect pesticide residue.
Bon appétit for your baby!