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Puree Food for Weaning Bubba



Singapore Health Promotion Board (HPB) recommends weaning to start at 6 months. Weaning can be a breeze if it’s well planned and one is well equipped.

Mothers are always on the lookout for the quickest and hassle-free solution to feed a weaning baby. According to the 2012 Worldwide Consumer Insights Toddler Feeding Study, mothers purchase 7 sippy cups per child on the average until she finds the most suitable one.  This means we mothers will keep finding the best meal time solutions to suit both our bubbas and us.

Learn To Hold SpoonFisher-Price® Toddler Feeding Range offers us mothers simple solutions to help us make feeding bubba quick, convenient and easy. The products in the range focus on space-saving and on-the-go capabilities – makes going out easy for both bubbas and mamas. The range not only focus on helping mothers, it also help our Bubbas learn to eat on their own with the Learn To Hold Spoon and Learn To Scoop Spoon.

To help mothers with weaning their babies, here’s a simple recipe. You can make puree in bulk and keep them frozen.  We like to keep them in On-The-Go-Meal Kit box for easy storage and easy to carry for outings.



  • 1 medium size potato
  • 1 medium size carrot
  • 1 ripe avocado


  1. Peel and dice the carrot and potato.
  2. Boil the carrot and potato.
  3. While the carrot and potato is boiling, cut the avocado in half to remove the pit.
  4. Scoop the avocado into a clean container or bowl.


  1. Mash the boiled carrot and potato together with the avocado after the carrot and potato has been cooled down.
  2. Add milk when desired.
The Fisher-Price® Toddler Feeding Range is available in leading departmental stores, 
toy specialty stores and baby shops.
For more information, please visit fisher-price.com/sea
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