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Whether you ’re prepping treats for a Halloween party at your kid’s school or making sweets for a grown-up costume party, these spooky snacks and drinks From Halloween cocktails to pumpkin-spiced desserts to candy bar treats , this list of snacks will make sure there’s something for everyone.
When your baby is about 8 months or so, you can introduce one of nature's most delicious treats—the strawberry. Babies tend to love the bright red color and sweet flavor. And as a parent, you'll be happy to feed baby strawberries knowing they're a great source of fiber and antioxidants; not to mention vitamin C. In fact, just eight strawberries contain more vitamin C than an orange!
How to Make Strawberry Baby Food
When baby is, you can prepare small pieces of ripe and soft strawberries for them to try. But if your baby still prefers traditional spoon-fed food, you can easily whip up a batch of strawberry puree using fresh or frozen strawberries.
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Step 1: Wash strawberries
Fill your sink or a bowl with a mixture of three parts water and one part white vinegar, which helps to remove bacteria. Wash the strawberries in this mixture and then rinse them under cool running water; pat dry.
Step 2: Slice strawberries
Hull the berries and then slice each one into quarters.
If your strawberries are not quite ripe (or they're frozen) you can steam them in a steamer for about three minutes. Then, rinse the strawberries with cold water to stop the cooking process.
Step 3: Puree or mash
Now your strawberries are ready to be pureed. Mix them in a blender, food processor oruntil smooth. You can add water if the mixture is too thick. Or, if your baby is about 10 months old and prefers eating chunkier baby food, you can simply mash the prepared strawberries with a fork or potato masher and serve.
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Skip the candy this year and make these adorable Halloween treats that use healthy ingredients in a spooky way! Monster apples and peanut butter, mummy toast and sweet potato jack-o-lantern fries round up our list of fun and healthy All you need is icing, candy, and a little bit of ghoulish creativity.
We have mouthwatering dessert recipes for Halloween treats , Halloween cookies, Halloween It's a lot easier to make these cookies than you might think. Simply drag a fork through the royal icing Chocolate and peanut butter are a match made in dessert heaven—and look so cute in the shape of
Can You Freeze the Strawberry Puree?
You can freeze strawberry puree for up to three months. Consider buying strawberries on sale and making a big batch of puree to freeze for future use. Place the puree in small, BPA-free containers (); and then when you're ready to use one, simply thaw it overnight in the fridge.
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Cute NICU babies in costumes just in time for Halloween. You're welcome. .
Some of the units, called NICU for short, give parents the opportunity to dress their babies for a friendly costume competition. Others have crafty staff on hand to create imaginative outfits for their patients. © Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Either way, the babies are an adorable sight to behold. Here are just a few for you to obsess over. Thank us later. This little cub is a contestant in Advocate Children's Hospital's annual NICU Halloween costume contest. As you can see, the circus of baby life has exhausted him. Don't worry if the tiny lion lunges for a bite, though. He doesn't have any teeth.