Buttery parsnips

Buttery parsnips

Buttery parsnips can be eaten on its own or be mixed with another vegetable offering a new flavour to baby. It has a smooth, soft consistency and it contains some fat which is important for baby’s growth.

½ a medium-sized parsnip

1 teaspoon butter

  • Peel and cut parsnip into small dice. In a small saucepan, cook parsnip in boiling water to cover for about 10 minutes until soft
  • Drain, reserving some of the cooking liquid
  • Use a potato masher to mash the parsnip to a puree. Then using a fork beat in the butter and about enough cooking liquid to make a moist consistency. Or add a little milk or formula milk to give the right texture for baby
  • Serve warm

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