Roasted Organic Apples with Butter & Cinnamon. Sweet Potato Puree.

Super easy and delicious, anyone in your family can enjoy this. You may puree it for the baby, or add a little whipped cream or a tad of mascarpone cheese and have it for dessert.

Start by preheating the oven to 400F. Core your apples an add a wee bit of butter and sprinkle with cinnamon (Make sure your doctor has approved for your baby to eat dairy). Place the apples in a pan with 2 – 3 inches of water.

Organic apples ready to go in the oven.

 Bake for 40 minutes or until the skin begins to pucker.

Yum, yum. Your house will smell like Christmas. Guaranteed.

Remove the skin from the apples and puree with the water it was cooked on. Then place into ice-cube trays and freeze.

Each cube is roughly about 1 to 1.5 ounces of food.

Since the oven was already preheated and the blender already out, I decided to roast some organic sweet potatoes. All you do is wash them, pierce them with a fork and wrap them in foil. Roast in the oven for 50 minutes at 400F.

Roasted sweet potato fresh out of the oven.

Once it’s done cooking, scoop the meat out and puree. In this case, I used the leftover water from the roasted apples. But they’re just as delicious when pureed¬†with a bit of coconut milk and cinnammon.

Pour into ice cube trays and freeze until ready to serve.

This is the end product below. Which one would you rather eat?

Take a guess as to which one Dominika prefers to eat.

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