October 21, 2015

Recipe: Spinach Applesauce

By: Jen Kehres

One of our toddler's favorite foods right now is spinach applesauce. It tastes great, has less sugar than store bought applesauce and is easy to make!

I use the Beaba baby food maker, it steams and purees making cooking and clean up easy and quick.

I peel and chop four apples and put in the Beaba, then I fill the rest of it with organic spinach and mixed greens (approximately 3 cups). After it steams, I drain the excess water, add a slab of Kerrygold butter, a few dashes of cinnamon and blend.

If you don't have an all in one baby food maker, here is a recipe:
  • 4 apples, peeled and chopped into large chunks
  • 3 cups of organic spinach and/or mixed greens
  • Cook apples with a little bit of water for 15 minutes, or until soft. Add spinach the last few minutes until wilted. 
  • Use blender or food processor to puree apples and spinach with 1 tsp. cinnamon and a slice of grass-fed butter.
Delaney loves it warm or cold! This food is great for older children and adults too. 

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