Peach & Prune Puree

Plums and Prunes Puree

Plums are high in fiber, low in cholesterol, sodium free and rich in Vitamin A & Vitamin C. Like other fruits that are high in fiber. Prunes are good to start at the age of 6 to 8 months. Plums are very delicate. While plums will store well, it is better to buy fresh plums. Prunes are dried plums. When selecting dried plums, always try to purchase natural, those that have not been dried with any type of sulfurs.

Plum Puree – steam chunks of plum until tender in a scant amount of water. Puree using the left over cooking liquid. If you would like to bake then, fill pan with one inch of water and put plum pieces. Bake for 400F until it becomes tender. Remove skin and puree the plum.
If you are using prune then, soak dried prunes in warm water until they plump up or steam gently. Transfer plum to food processor and begin to puree.

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