Can my baby eat Jerusalem artichoke

From +4 months

Is sunchoke healthy for children?

Sunchokes, also called Jerusalem artichokes, are similar to potatoes but taste a bit sweeter, ideal for your little sweet tooth! They are rich in iron, which is great since a lot of babies need some extra iron, and contain potassium and vitamin B1, which supports your baby's muscles and nerves. They have a lower glycemic index than potatoes but we recommend serving them in the same way and quantity.

How to serve sunchoke

Treat sunchoke as you would a regular potato.

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