The Aasiest Way Prepare Tasty Tasty Chicken sweet potato tiny meatballs for babies (finger food) Recipe

Chicken sweet potato tiny meatballs for babies (finger food). Chicken sweet potato tiny meatballs for babies (finger food) My little girl wants to be all independent and absolutely detests spoon feeding by now. These mini chicken + carrot meatballs are a perfect first finger food for baby, but don't be surprised when the rest of the family starts popping them in their mouths as well! Filled with ground chicken, carrots, spinach and applesauce - these mini meatballs are a healthy (and completely addicting) food for baby and the entire family!

Chicken sweet potato tiny meatballs for babies (finger food) Shape mixture into half inch balls (rough balls will do, the rough texture helps those little hands with grabbing the meatballs). Filled with ground chicken, carrots, spinach and applesauce - these mini meatballs are a healthy (and completely addicting) food for baby and th… The first time that I made these fruity chicken balls was when Rory was a baby. He did baby-led weaning and I found that these were a great little finger food to have at home or to pop into a lunch box when going out and about. You can cook Chicken sweet potato tiny meatballs for babies (finger food) using 3 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Chicken sweet potato tiny meatballs for babies (finger food)

  1. You need Half of cup of sweet potatoes, cubed.
  2. Prepare of Quarter cup of uncooked skinless chicken breast.
  3. Prepare 2 tablespoons of baby cereal (I used organic baby porridge).

The only way Rory would eat chicken as a baby was if it was thigh meat or minced and made into burgers or balls such as these. When the sweet potato is cooled down, cut in half and scoop out all the flesh and add to the ground pork. Add the onion and all other ingredient and mix well to all combined. You want the sweet potato mashed into the pork with little small pieces.

Chicken sweet potato tiny meatballs for babies (finger food) instructions

  1. Peel, wash and cube orange sweet potatoes. Place it in a steamer to steam for at least 15min, until it is soft. Remove from heat and roughly mash with a fork..
  2. Cut skinless and boneless chicken breast (fats trimmed) into cubes. Using a food processor, grind the meat until it forms a smooth paste..
  3. Add mashed sweet potatoes and baby cereal into the ground chicken and pulse a few times until ingredients are well mixed..
  4. Shape mixture into half inch balls (rough balls will do, the rough texture helps those little hands with grabbing the meatballs). I used a teaspoon for this and just scooped out the mixture and drop them onto a heatproof plate..
  5. Steam for at least 15min or until the pieces are cooked through. Cool down and serve to your little one! (note please ensure constant monitoring while the little one is eating to minimise the risk of choking). Serve with the side of other veggies cut into bite pieces (sweet potato sticks, long beans, cucumber sticks, pumpkin cubes etc)..

Form into equal sized meatballs and place on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Fruit is a great option for an easy finger food for baby because most fruit doesn't need to be cooked before serving it to baby. Tips for Serving fruit to baby as a finger food. Easy to Serve: fresh fruit is by far the easiest finger food to feed baby. Sweet potato - Cooked and mashed up, turkey and sweet potato were made to be served together!

Tidak ada komentar

Diberdayakan oleh Blogger.