Cook the oats following the instructions on the container.
Any leftover oats can be stored in the fridge for up to 5 days, making it easy to whip up more purees throughout the week.
I will saran wrap the other half in the banana peel and pop it in the fridge for later to use in a smoothie OR to use as finger food for my other one, Lily Mae (Lua’s twin sis).
Ripe bananas are key to making this puree sweeter. Plus, they are a great baby-led weaning food!
Measure out the peanut butter, oats, and water in a small bowl. I prefer room-temperature water because it makes the puree less chilly.
Place the banana slices, peanut butter, oats, and water into the baby bullet or food processor.
Secure the lid and blend until you achieve a smooth puree.
For babies who like more texture, blend it less.
Scoop out the creamy goodness and let your little one savor the nutritious treat.
No need to harp on this one, but always supervise your little one while eating. 😊