The Mommy Muddler – Banana mash
When our mom saw this video she stated that the drink muddler should be named “The Mommy Muddler”, because of how much she would had wished she had had one when we were babies.
– This post is in honor of our mother
Philip: “Hi, in this video I’m going to show you another way to use our drink muddler. This is mainly for parents with young children who still eats baby food. You can use our drink muddler to mash bananas and this is how we do it.”
00:07 – Introduction
00:20 – Peeling the banana
00:36 – How to hold the muddler
00:39 – Mashing the banana
00:52 – Final result
Bananas for babies
Bananas are one of the greatest fruits a baby can eat as it contains many of the nutrients a person needs to keep growing. A banana contains potassium, fibers, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C and Vitamin B2.
If your baby are around 4 and 6 months it would be great to start introducing some sort of solid food, such as creamy avocados, bananas and sweet potatoes.
Because these healthy and nutritious foods are full of vitamins, minerals, fats and other nutrients a growing baby needs.
We’ve all been through it and only a few of us remember it, so the baby food went pretty well!
Throughout our research we came across a recipe a couple of times and as it kept haunting us we decided to share it with you.
Tip: A banana is ripe when there’s a decent amount of brown spots on the banana, these aren’t making the banana bad, on the contrary it makes the banana more sweet and your baby will most likely like it more!
To the right you can see a picture of when the banana is perfectly ripe.
- 1 Banana
- A little formula/breast milk or water
- Step – Peel a ripe banana – do not cook
- Step – Use your muddler to make it to puree
- Step – Add formula/breast milk or water to thin or add cereal (if desired) to thicken up.