Can my baby eat Carrot

From +4 months

Are carrots healthy for children?

Carrot is a vegetable that's great to start solids with. It's relatively sweet in taste so it will not be too far removed from the flavour your baby is used to drinking milk and it's a good source of vitamins (mainly A, B6 and K1) and minerals such as potassium and biotin. On top of that, it's rich in antioxidants that help protect your little one's body.

How to serve carrots

Chop the ends of the carrot and peel. Cook until soft and serve as a puree or as a finger food, taking into account the appropriate finger food sizes for your baby's age. You can also make carrot soup or even juice (after your baby has turned one year old) for a tasty and nutritious treat.

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