05 Aug Chicken Livers with Pumpkin Purée
Chicken liver is one of the most nutritious foods your baby can eat. Chicken liver is almost twice as rich in iron than beef liver, plus it is not as packed with vitamin A and can be more tender – all of these reasons make chicken liver an ideal choice for babies and toddlers.
Chicken Benefits Baby Health
Is chicken liver healthy for babies? Yes, but in moderation. Chicken liver contains all amino acids—the building blocks of protein that our bodies need to thrive. It’s an incredible source of iron, vitamin A, vitamin B12, and other B vitamins like folate, choline, and biotin. Also, store cooked chicken liver in the refrigerator within 2 hours or in the freezer if you don’t plan to eat it within a day or two.
Chicken Livers with Pumpkin Purée
Baby Nutritionist - Recipe
Chicken liver is one of the most nutritious foods your baby can eat.
In a small bowl, stand soak the livers in the milk for 30 minutes, drain and discard the milk.
Cut the lobes of the liver into halves.
Roast, boil or steam the pumpkin until tender.
In a frying pan, add some olive oil and cook the livers over medium heat until cooked through.
Cool slightly before blending the livers and pumpkin until smooth.