Recipe for Baby Porridge Age 6 Months and 7 Months

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MPASI Recipe for 7 Months
“Scientists recommend introducing solid foods gradually at 6 months of age, depending on the baby’s readiness and nutritional status.”

When your little one enters the age of 6 months, he needs more calories than just the nutritional intake he gets through exclusive breastfeeding. It is at this age that Mama can introduce her first solid food to her little one. We from the Nutriclub Expert Team will share with Mama about various menus and mpasi porridge recipes for babies aged 6 and 7 months.

Feeding is not just filling your little one’s stomach with nutritious food, but also providing education about fun interactions, stimulation of the senses of taste, training fine motor skills (moving the hands and directing them to the mouth which requires good coordination between hands, eyes, and of course, brain), chew and discipline.

The following is a porridge recipe that you can cook yourself at home for a healthy alternative choice of solid food complementary foods for babies 6 and 7 months:

6 Month Baby Porridge Recipe
Yellow Sweet Potato Puree

For 2 servings

Calories per serving: 80 calories


50 gr yellow sweet potato, peeled, washed, cut into small cubes
150 ml ASI/PASI
How to make:

Steam the yellow sweet potato in a hot pot until soft. Lift.
Puree the sweet potato with 100 ml of water used for steaming it.
Add ASI / PASI. Stir until well mixed. Pour into a small bowl.
Serve warm.
Benefits of yellow sweet potato for your little one as a source of carbohydrates, vitamin D, vitamin E, and B vitamins and beta carotene. There are sweet potatoes that are white and purple. However, yellow sweet potatoes are generally softer and sweeter than other types of sweet potatoes.

Pea Puree


155 grams of frozen peas, thaw
2 fresh mint leaves, finely chopped (optional)
How to make:

Steam the peas over medium heat for 4 minutes until tender.
Remove, drain, flush with ice water to cool quickly. Place the cooled peas in a food processor or blender with the mint leaves (if using), until they become a smooth puree.
Add a little ASI / PASI or water to adjust the texture to your little one’s chewing ability.
Benefits of legumes as other legumes, for example green beans, red beans, soybeans are a source of protein, iron, zinc and biotin. Protein is useful for stimulating the growth of hair and nails. Meanwhile, iron is good for preventing anemia in your little one.

Did you know?
“Your little one needs to get used to the sensation of solid food in the mouth, and smooth or mashed food is the best type of food for your little one who is starting to be given additional food. Find out more here.”

Mango banana puree


1 banana
1 small mango
How to make:

Peel bananas and mangoes. Chop and place in a food processor or blender.
Puree until the texture is soft.
Add a little ASI / PASI or water.
Serve or can be frozen in an airtight container and keep up to 3 months.
Bananas have the advantage of being a fruit with a sweet taste, easily mashed, and can be served directly without cooking it first. Bananas contain vitamin C and potassium which can help the baby’s muscle development. Bananas contain carbohydrates that are easily digested and have a high energy content. In addition, bananas are one of the fruits that are recommended to be given if your little one has diarrhea, because their high potassium content can meet their daily needs when there is excess diarrhea.

Mango fruit contains lots of vitamins A, B, C and calcium. Choose ripe mangoes so they taste sweet, and choose mangoes that have a little fiber such as the Budi Raja mango, the fragrant sweet mango and the golek mango.

MPASI Recipe for 7 Months
Mashed Potato Chicken


3 tbsp fresh chicken stock
½ tbsp chopped Onion
25 gr ground chicken meat
1 potato, steamed and mashed
How to make MPASI 7 months:

Heat the broth in a non-stick skillet. Sauté the onions until wilted.
Enter the chicken. Cook until done. Add water if necessary.
Enter the potatoes. Cook while stirring over medium heat until cooked. Lift.
Serve warm.
Potatoes contain nutrients that are better in composition than other tubers, especially carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Chicken meat contains protein and iron which are beneficial for your little one’s growth. In addition, chicken meat also contains calcium and phosphorus which are good for the growth of your little one’s bones and teeth.

7 Months MPASI Porridge: Carrot Rice


1 tbsp white rice, soak 3 hours, drain
250 ml of water
25 gr carrots, cut into small cubes
100 ml ASI / PASI
How to make:

Put the rice and water into the pot. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 10 minutes or until cooked.
Add carrots, continue to simmer for 5 minutes. Remove, puree with a blender.
Add ASI / PASI. Stir until well mixed.

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