Breakfast Porridge with Nectarine
The nectarine is low in acid and therefore easily digestible - so it's great for the little ones among us! In addition, the fruit provides the antioxidant vitamins C and E. Thus, the body cells are optimally protected from damage.
No milk should be added to the porridge with nectarine - this is to ensure that your baby does not absorb more protein than necessary. In addition, the body can better absorb the iron from the cereal if the porridge is prepared and fed without milk.
Use organic or free-range products for the food used. If possible, also use regional and seasonal fruit and vegetables so that your child can benefit from as many nutrients as possible.
Put water into a pot, add oat flakes, bring to the boil and continue to boil over low heat for 3 minutes while stirring.
Wash, clean, pit and crush the nectarine. Stir the nectarine puree together with the oil into the mash. Check temperature and feed.