Can my baby eat Cranberry

From +6 months

Are cranberries healthy for children?

Cranberries are very healthy little fruits that contain vitamins C, E and K1 and minerals such as copper and manganese. They're also very rich in antioxidants that will help protect your baby's growing body. Cranberries have a sharp, sour taste which makes them not very pleasant to eat raw. This is why cranberries are often consumed in juice or in sauces. However, store bought juice or sauce usually contains a lot of added sugar, which makes them unsuitable for babies.

How to serve cranberries

Cook cranberries and smash or blend them so they lose their round shape. You can serve the cooked cranberries on top of yoghurt, semolina or oats porridge. You can also serve them with meat.

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