Tricolour Jar For Tots Recipe

Yummy little jars for tiny tots! With three different coloured layers, this little jar is chockful of nutrients. It will delight your baby’s eyes and taste buds. And when it’s natural and made with love, it’s so much better!


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20 min


Ingredients list

2 courgettes 
8 carrots
4 parsnips
3 cl olive oil (2 tbsp) 
Distilled white vinegar
Salt/Pepper
 

Number of servings

Recommended for babies of 12 months of age and older

Jar suggestion

Le Parfait Super Terrines
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Preparation

1. Wash and peel the courgettes, carrots and parsnips. Soak them around 5 minutes in water mixed with distilled white vinegar.
2. Use a paring knife to slice the vegetables into thin slices of about the same size. Boil each kind of vegetable separately in salted water for about 15 minutes. The vegetables are cooked when the tip of a knife pierces them easily.
3. When cooked, drain the vegetables in a colander and run cold water over them to stop the cooking. Set aside while you prepare the other varieties of vegetables.

4. For each kind of vegetable, purée with a hand masher or in a blender, then run the mixture through a chinois or strainer to achieve a silky smooth texture. Add the olive oil. Salt and pepper to taste
5. In a Le Parfait Super terrine, layer the carrot purée, followed by the parsnip purée, and finally the courgette purée. Close the terrine and immediately sterilise for 30 minutes at 100°C.


When it’s time to feed your baby, open the terrine and heat it in the microwave. Be sure to check the temperature by sampling with a spoon before giving it to your baby!
 


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