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Thermomix fruit porridge

Impressive these fruit porridge with Thermomix. They do not rust (look at the color they have in the photo because it is real), they can be preserved phenomenally, their texture is unbeatable and they are delicious. Attention because it is one of those "magic" recipes from Thermomix.

To babies and children they love them. But do them even if you don't have children, you will find a spectacular dessert if you serve it, for example, accompanied by natural yogurt. Although you will see it in the ingredients, I tell you that it does not contain added sugars so it will be a healthy dessert or snack for the whole family.

A reader, from our Facebook page, asked us for help to make a porridge for her baby (apple, pear and banana) that could be conserved… Ana, I hope your little one likes it as much as mine! By the way, have you seen that we are celebrating? Encourage yourself to enter our Facebook And to participate, the prize is worth it!

Equivalences with TM21

table of equivalences2 Quinoa and carrot croquettes

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Source - Worldrecipes


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  1.   Isabel said

    IS IT TRUE THAT IT DOES NOT RUST ?? AND THE FRUIT DOES NOT LOSE ITS PROPERTIES?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Isabel,
      The fact that it does not rust is totally true. Take the test, you will be surprised.
      And on the properties ... some lose because we heat the fruit. On the contrary, we are going to do it at home, with ingredients selected by us and without additives. And also, the purees we obtain are delicious.
      If you dare to try it, tell us what you think, okay?
      Thank you for your trust.
      Regards, Ascen

      1.    María Rosal (Fernán‐Núñez, Córdoba, 1961) is a complete writer. She has published children's theatre, has received the Andalusian Critics' Award (2004), the Children's Poetry Award (2007) and the José Hierro National Poetry Award for Carmín rojo sangre (2015). Her poetic work has been translated into English, Italian and Greek.<br/> <br/> This is her second book for children in edebé, after the funniest title, El secreto de las patatas fritas.<br/> <br/> Maria has a very funny sense of humour. said

        They come out perfect !! They look and feel as if they were bought and taste very good, now I just need my son to think the same ... I also just before grinding I added a few scoops of cereals to see if he likes it better that way.

        1.    Ascen Jimenez said

          Yes, Maria? I love this recipe and I make it for the little ones and also for the grown-ups. And it is that, as a filling of cakes, it is phenomenal. I leave you the link of one that we published recently, in case you dare. http://www.thermorecetas.com/2013/09/22/tarta-de-manzana-ligera/
          By the way, I also hope the little boy likes it ... 😉
          Kisses, ascen

          1.    marbelys said

            Hello Ascension,
            My baby is 4 and a half months old, I have started with the fruit and well, I'm going to tell you there we are fighting the 2 hee. .well I'm going to make this porridge and my question is how do you do the vacuum, do you put the jars on the fire in the bain-marie? I want to make them today and thank you very much for sharing the recipe.


          2.    Ascen Jimenez said

            Hello Marbelys,
            Yes, putting them in the water bath will make the cans empty. However, when you open the canisters, check for that signature "clip" to make sure you vacuum properly.
            You will tell me what your baby thinks 😉
            A hug!


  2.   Ana said

    Thank you! My son loves it! But one question, how many days can I keep the jars in the fridge?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Ana,
      I'm glad you like it. As for the days, without vacuuming, 3 or 4 days they hold up well in the fridge.
      Thanks for your comment.
      Kisses, ascen

      1.    Marian said

        Hello! And when empty, how many days can you hold.
        I do not know if you have already commented on it but where are the jars bought.
        Kisses, marian

        1.    Ascen Jimenez said

          Hi Marian,
          By doing the vacuum well, they can last you even months. About the small boats, when I lived in Spain I bought them in an oriental bazaar, and they were tiny boats of the Bormioli Rocco brand.
          A hug, Ascen

          1.    Patri said

            I do not stay with this color but they are delicious, my baby loved it!


          2.    Ascen Jimenez said

            How glad I am, Patri. Thanks for telling us.
            A hug!


  3.   conchi said

    Hi there! I have made the recipe but when I turn the jars they have made pop and the lids have been opened and everything has come out. What could be the problem? I have filled them to the top, do I have to fill them less? Was it because of the covers? They were the typical d the baby food. Any solution? The quantities of fruit are already peeled and cut, right? And finally ... if I get it right ... how long do they last without a fridge?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Conchi,
      I hope you didn't get burned… Maybe they weren't closed properly… I use jars that have a wider lid and are ideal for preserving. They usually have them in supermarkets and even in oriental bazaars.
      The amount is peeled fruit but you can vary it a little depending on the fruit you have at home.
      About the duration, a week they hold well in the fridge.
      Dare to repeat it, it is worth it.
      Kisses, ascen

  4.   Barbie said

    They come out delicious, a great success ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡Thank you very much for your recipes

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      What do they look a lot like the purchased ones? Thank you for following us and for your comment.
      Kisses

  5.   Ana Isabel said

    Can I double the amounts so that more comes out? And by the way, it's great, my children love it, and so do I

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      I'm glad you like it, Ana Isabel. The truth is that I have not done it with more quantity ... you can try being careful so that it does not come out during cooking. Before grinding, check that all the fruit is well cooked.
      Thank you for trusting our recipes.
      A hug, Ascen

  6.   Asun said

    I just started in the world of baby food, my little one is trying his first fruits. Today I try your recipe. And I'm afraid it will be a baby food for her and another for us, which paints

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Asun. Those times when they start eating new things are exciting and fun, right? Seeing their faces is priceless !! You will tell us what you think.
      Thanks for writing to us.
      A kiss, ascen

  7.   Patri said

    Hello!! I want to try making the recipe, the problem is that the banana makes you constipated, can it be made with other fruit and which ones so that you don't get constipated? Thank you. Greetings

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Patri,
      Do not put a banana, nothing happens. You can substitute it for any other fruit that suits you, how about a kiwi? What I don't know anymore how well it will hold ... but surely to take it immediately or after a few days, keeping it in the fridge, it will be great.
      If you have not yet introduced the kiwi you can put another fruit that you like, or just pear, apple and orange, which is also very good.
      A kiss, ascen

      1.    Carolina said

        It is the first time that I am going to give him fruit but I wanted to make him with a single fruit that I have to put the amounts of the other fruits to complete

        1.    Ascen Jimenez said

          Hello Caroline,
          You can put all the quantities of the same fruit. What it would keep is the orange juice, which gives it a bit of acidity and helps to preserve it. I don't know what fruit you want to use ... depending on which it is, you may have some very liquid or very thick spouts ... If you see it liquid, increase the cooking time a little without the beaker. If it is very thick you can add more juice or even a little water.
          I am doing some test with less amount of fruit. If all goes well, I'll post it in a few weeks.
          I hope your baby likes it 😉
          A hug!

  8.   Monica said

    Hello,

    Without making the preserves, do you have to wait for them to cool before putting them in the fridge?

    regards

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Monica:
      It is better to wait for them to warm up before putting them in the refrigerator. I hope you like them.
      A hug, Ascen

  9.   Paula said

    Hello ascen! And without orange juice, would they look good?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Paula,
      Sometimes I have done it without the juice -or because I did not have oranges or because I forgot to add it- and it is also very good. Of course, a little thicker.
      I hope you like it.
      A hug, Ascen

  10.   Mayte said

    MAGIC POTITOS !! Thanks to this recipe, I have managed to make my son forget the well-known shopping jars. I mix it with yogurt and eat it all. Q detail the explanation you give for conservation. I will try other varieties of fruit. Thank you very much Ascen, a great success thanks to you.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      How wonderful, Mayte! I am very happy. Thank you very much for your comment and for your trust. A kiss!

  11.   Saray said

    What a wonder of baby food !!!! My daughter did not like my porridge it must be that without cooking she does not like it. These he loved !!! And perfect to wear when you go out, so thank you very much !!!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      How glad I am, Saray! You don't know how I understand you… It is a pleasure to see how children eat homemade porridge, with ingredients chosen by us.
      Thanks for your comment.
      A hug, Ascen

  12.   Saray said

    A question, where do you buy the jars ??? Do you reuse the lids or do you put a new one every time? I bought the quattro stagioni jars and I thought that those could be reused but how it rusted over the thread. It is that for every day if every day you have to put a new cover we do not win for tapas jjj. Thanks

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Saray:
      The jars that I have are the same as yours, those of four stagioni and yes I usually reuse the lids. If any of them rust, it is better to change them, especially since it is baby food - luckily, they are sold separately.
      A hug!

  13.   Isabel said

    They come out great. Already the purchased ones will be the exception at home. Magnificent recipe. My child devours them

  14.   María Martín said

    Hi! I have a question, the amount of fruit refers to the weight before or after peeling and chopping it? Thanks!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Mary,
      Weight refers to the fruit once peeled (and pitted in the case of apples from pears). It is an approximate weight so it can be a few grams more or a gram less, no problem.
      You will tell me if you like them.
      Take care!

  15.   Diana said

    Hello!! I just made the porridge and my 4-month-old loves it! Thank you

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      How glad I am, Diana! Thanks for telling us. Mine is over two years old and still enjoys them.
      A kiss for you and a hug for your little one

  16.   Laura said

    My 4 month old son also likes them !! It has been released with your baby food !! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Well…. That really makes me look forward to it. Although they keep very well with the method that I have explained, it is better that you keep them in the fridge and, above all, that you try them before giving them to check that they are perfect. That way we don't take risks.
      Kisses for you and a hug from us for your baby!

  17.   Laura said

    I have bought glass jars to preserve in the Chinese bazaar in my neighborhood and the 100gr at € 0.60. The cover is made of white and red squares and on the internet I have seen them at a very expensive price. They also sell the same ones that you have used in the Chinese bazaar but the tapas that I have bought seem of better quality… ..

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      How good Laura. I do not know what you say but they sure are great. I get by with those of Bormioli Rocco who are the ones I find around here. The good news is that the bottle itself is good for you forever and that the caps can be purchased separately.
      Thanks for your input, Laura.
      A hug!

  18.   Soledad said

    hi, the recipe is great, i've been looking for it a long time. Thanks. A question about the temperaruta, if instead of cooking at a vamora temperature you do it at less degrees, like 50º, can you also keep them sous-vide? Or being cold, can they be put in a bain-marie to make a vacuum?
    Thank you
    A hug!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi loneliness:
      Yes, you can do it at a lower temperature if it is to be consumed at the moment or the next day, keeping it in the fridge.
      If it is for canning, I recommend that you do it as stated in the recipe, at varoma temperature. Cooking it at lower degrees surely you will not be able to achieve the vacuum seal by turning it upside down. And, if you do the water bath later, you will end up heating the fruit, so I don't see much sense in it ...
      Thank you for trusting us.
      A kiss!

  19.   Olga Villalba said

    Thank you for the recipe!! My baby loves them !!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Great, Olga! These little ones are very smart 😉
      Thanks to you for telling us.
      Kisses to both of you!

  20.   Carolina said

    When is the juice added?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Caroline:
      It is added when incorporating the banana. It puts everything in the recipe, in the Preparation section.
      Hope you like.
      A hug!

  21.   Carolina said

    Forgives!!! I made them last night and read and reread the recipe and I swear I didn't see the juice anywhere !!! It must have been the tiredness… I finally threw it on him after I had "cooked" the banana.
    I varied it a bit because my kids are a bit constipated by the banana so I added half the amount, and after the juice I added two scoops of gluten-free cereals because it seemed to me that it was somewhat liquid ...
    I'm sure you are going to love it !! I have tried it and really amazing !!!
    Thank you very much for sharing it !!!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hehe, you don't know how I understand you. Once the kids go to bed, we are ready to go to sleep with them, right?
      Great your variations. You can even do it with seasonal fruits, which also look good.
      You will tell me its passed the litmus test.
      A kiss!

  22.   ana said

    Hello, I have a question, can I do without bananas, my son is allergic and when could I add the cereals?
    Thank you very much, I will try to do them

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Ana:
      Sure, do it without a banana. You can substitute it for any other fruit that you like or that suits you. The cereals, add them before grinding.
      I hope your kid likes them.
      A kiss!

  23.   Ruth said

    Hello Ascen,

    One question, if I don't make them sous vide, could I freeze them? Would I lose many more vitamins? And can it be done in a vacuum with plastic cans?
    Thank you very much

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Ruth,
      To vacuum them you need glass jars. Plastic jars won't work for you. And about freezing them ... better than not because the texture and even the color will change a lot.
      But getting a vacuum is easy with mason jars. If you have doubts tell me and I'll explain.
      A kiss

  24.   conchi said

    Hello Ascen I wanted to know if you can add a cookie and when my granddaughter loves it with the cookie

    Thank you

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello conchi:
      Sure! put them to the end, before grinding. Your granddaughter will love them 😉
      Thanks to you.
      A kiss

  25.   liosi said

    Hello Ana.
    You could explain well the passage from canning to a bain-marie.
    Can't I use the jars of the baby food? If I use them, aren't the covers worth it? Please explain the process to me well because I have loved the recipe, I have made it but I have kept it in the fridge but I am interested in doing the canning.
    Thank you.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Liosi,
      To preserve them, I prefer the jars that they sell specifically for canning. The lids close better (the part of the thread is wider) and thus we make sure that they do the vacuum better. Especially if we do it by putting them upside down (following method 1 that I now explain).
      I tell you. There are two ways to do the void:
      1. Filling the jars to the top when the baby food is very very hot. Right at the end of the recipe. Once the jar is full, cover it well and turn it upside down until it cools. Once cold, check that the lid has sunk inwards. When you open it, when you want to consume it, the typical "cloc" has to sound. If you do it like this it is better that you use the boats that I told you at the beginning. The important thing here is that when you close the glass, what you have put inside is at a very high temperature.
      2. Doing the water bath. Once you have filled the jars (this time do not fill them to the top) you close them well and put them to boil submerged in a saucepan with water. They have to be in the boiling water for 20 minutes. Then you take them out, turn them upside down and let them cool.
      In both cases, the jars must be sterilized and the lids must be perfect (better if they are new). Being a food for children, when opening them, we have to make sure that they are perfectly preserved. And if we can keep them in the refrigerator even better. All the precautions we take are few, especially in the case of babies.
      I hope I've helped. If something is not clear to you, do not hesitate to tell me.
      A kiss, ascen

  26.   Mar said

    Hello, I wanted to know how to make it without banana or juice. My baby has reflux and is allergic to banana. How much milk would I add to it and if I can add it when beating it and give it a damn.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Sea,
      You can do without the banana and, if you want, replace it with another fruit that your child will tolerate well. You just have to keep in mind that the hardest fruits (such as apple, pear ...) are put at the beginning and those that are a little softer (grapes, apricots ...) you have to incorporate in the second step.
      It is better that you mix it with the yogurt at the time of consumption, when it is cold, and not when you crush it. Remember that with yogurt you will not be able to keep it as indicated in the recipe.
      If you have any questions, tell me.
      A kiss!

  27.   Soni said

    Hi, I loved the recipe. I did the one in the book and he ate it pretty well but I'm going away for a couple of days and I want to try canning them so I can take them with me. I already bought the same cans you mentioned, where did you buy the loose caps? Thanks and congratulations.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Soni,
      You'll see how good they look. They should be sold at the same store where you found the boats. In Spain they used to be sold in some Chinese bazaars, along with glass jars.
      Thanks for writing to us.
      A kiss!

  28.   Cardigan said

    Hello, I had been looking for a recipe like this for a long time because with my other girl if I went out I had to give her purchased baby food. When I found this one, I kept it like gold on a cloth and now my second girl takes fruits I have made it. How you like them! You eat them better than freshly made fruit ... but my question is whether or not they lose vitamins. I put them upside down because in a week he eats them, my grandmothers say that they are better made by vitamins. What do you think? Thank you !!!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Rebecca:
      You do not know how much I rejoice. It's nice to see how they eat it, right?
      These grandmothers, hehe ... Some vitamin loses since we heat the fruit a little. On the contrary, we have the guarantee that we make them at home, with the best ingredients and without adding anything other than fruit.
      The best thing would be to take the whole fruit or, even better, organic, well washed and unpeeled. Or freshly made crushed but ... not always can or not all babies like it.
      In any case, I do not think it has less properties than the baby food they sell and we have the advantage that we can make them comfortably at home, with the fruit that we prefer or that suits the baby better.
      Thanks to you, Rebeca, for your message.
      A kiss!

  29.   Cardigan said

    Grandmothers say freshly made ... Hehe, it was misspelled

  30.   María Martín said

    Hi! I've been making this recipe for a few months and I love them, my 10-month-old son takes them whole! I add cookies at the end and it is delicious. I don't do the vacuum because they last many days in the fridge so I do it once a week and I have 7 or 8 days. A real discovery and I recommend it to all my friends 🙂

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      How good that you like them, Maria! I also do them often and they love it (both the children and the father !!). Thanks for your comment.
      Kisses to you and your little one 😉

  31.   peace Dominguez said

    I want to thank you for the porridge is delicious and I wanted to know how the vegetable porridge would be made and if it can be kept the same. Thanks

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Great, Paz! I take note of your request and I get to her to publish it as soon as I find the "formula" 🙂
      Thanks for following us.
      Take care!

  32.   Roses said

    Once closed in a bain-marie and cooled, are they kept in the cupboard or in the fridge?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Roser,
      I, being a food for babies and since I don't usually make a lot of it, I usually keep them in the fridge. I have a little jar in the pantry, one of the ones in the photo, and the truth is that it has the same color as a year ago, so I imagine it is in good condition.
      If the vacuum is well done, they should last you for months even out of the fridge. Even so, if you have enough space in the fridge, keep them in it because they will be even better there.
      A hug

  33.   janet said

    Hello Ascen I made baby food with less amount of fruit and a little water and the containers in the commercial baby food containers I made them in a water bath as in your recipes for packaging my daughter liked the taste when she opened them she clicked. I'm going to try with other fruits thank you.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Janeth,
      Great that your little one likes them and great also that you are encouraged to use other fruits. If the lid clicks, it means they are vacuum packed: perfect!
      Thank you for your comment and kisses for both of us.

  34.   Patri said

    A consultation ... I just made them but when I put them in a water bath, the color has darkened ... What could it be due to? Will they be good ??? Thanks!!!

    1.    Patricia said

      Hi, I think I'm the only one in this post that has no answer ... Thanks anyway

      1.    Ascen Jimenez said

        Hi Patricia:
        Sorry, your first comment must have passed me and I didn't answer you. The comments of all the recipes reach me by e-mail when you write us and, although my intention is to answer them all, I see that some of them miss me. I have not done it on purpose.
        I do not know what can be due. I always do them the other way, with the boat upside down. In any case, if when you open the bottle the typical pop sounds (a sign that it was vacuum packed) it should not be bad.
        As it is for babies, before giving it to them we have to make sure that it is in perfect condition and for that it is best to try it. When in doubt, it is better not to give it to the little ones.
        I'm sorry again for not having answered you before 🙁
        A hug

  35.   deborah said

    Hello good day. I congratulate you on the page and thank you very much because my little one is 7 months old and every time you are away from home and have to eat the purchased baby food, I do not eat anything, she only likes the ones I make at home. I have a doubt, I add avocado to the fruit porridge because it is very constipated and mr I would like to know if I also have to follow the steps or with the avocado I cannot…. Thank you very much in advance.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Deborah,
      How glad I am that your child likes homemade baby food so much. I have never made them with avocado. I know that avocado tends to oxidize very quickly and I don't know if heating it will prevent it. Do the test to see what it is but not to keep, just in case.
      If you dare, can you tell me how it turned out?
      A kiss for you and another for your little one.

  36.   noemi said

    Thank you very much, for this recipe I start with fruits now and with work I have little time.
    a question, how long are they kept?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Noemi,
      If the vacuum is well done, they can last even months. Although, being for babies, as a precaution, it is best not to keep them for a long time.
      I recommend that, even if you do the vacuum, you keep them in the refrigerator.
      I hope your baby likes them.
      Kisses to both of you!

  37.   Vanesa said

    This post has saved my life. We are going on a trip for a week and I was worried that I would always have to give the little one bought baby food and with this solution I can already make sure that he will eat healthy. In addition, I have also done the conservation of the vegetables and voila! I don't have to worry about cooking.
    Thank you.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      How glad I am, Vanessa. Thanks for telling us.
      Have a great time on your trip 😉
      Take care!

  38.   soraya said

    I'm going to try making the recipe, to see if my 14-month-old likes it.
    I also wanted recipes for vegetable purees
    Thank you

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Soraya:
      Well, tell us what you think, okay?
      I have done some tests with vegetable purees but I have not had as good results as with this fruit and, above all, I do not dare with preserves.
      But if we find the "formula" we will publish it 😉
      Kisses for you and your child.

  39.   soraya said

    I forgot, I have read that the quantities are with the peeled and cut fruit.
    And I wanted to know in pieces of fruit what grams are equivalent to? That is, how many apples, pears, peaches and bananas
    Thank you

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Ains, I can't tell you… if that, the next time I make them, I will include this information in the recipe, although it will depend on the variety and size of each fruit.
      More kisses!

      1.    soraya said

        Hello
        We love the fruit jars and the phenomenal texture.
        a question where to keep the remaining cans? I have boats
        Thank you

  40.   Soledad said

    Hello. I used this recipe when my baby was drinking purees and it saved my life. Now my girl takes crushed fruit. How could you adapt the recipe to crushed fruit, instead of pureeing it?
    Thank you very much and congratulations on the web.
    A kiss

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Thanks Soledad. What you can do is change the last step, that of shredding. Instead of setting speed 9, program a few seconds (a few) on speed 3, to see if you get the texture you want.
      You will tell me.
      A kiss!

  41.   Mercedes said

    Hello.!!! Something happens if instead of putting the orange juice, I put the orange with the pulp without the white skin?
    Sure you explained it ... But why do you put heat on it? Thank you, it is delicious

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Mercedes,
      Nothing will happen, you can put the orange as you say.
      We put the heat so that the fruit does not oxidize and to be able to preserve it.
      A hug!

    2.    Laura said

      Thanks for this recipe. Do you know if there is any way to do it without Thermomix?
      Thank you!

      1.    Ascen Jimenez said

        Hello Laura,
        Try to make it in a saucepan, over low heat and stirring with a wooden spoon. Then you grind it in a traditional mixer.
        If not, in the microwave it might also look good on you.
        A hug!

  42.   Noelia Herranz said

    Many thanks. Today I made my little one porridge and she loved it. Until now he only liked the pharmacy one and this one has eaten it all. Are many vitamins lost when cooking the fruit? It is my doubt. A fantastic recipe.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Noelia,
      How glad I am! Some vitamin is lost because we cook the fruit, I don't know how many ... But keep in mind that the fruit is much more concentrated.
      Thanks for your message and kisses to both!

  43.   Cecilia said

    Good morning !!!! I am a new mother and this is great since I do not want to give you baby food bought for when I go out, thank you very muchssssss and thank you for sharing such useful recipes I have followed you for a long time and now I follow you as a mother !!!!
    regards

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Thanks to you, Cecilia, for trusting us.
      Kisses to both of you!

  44.   noelia said

    Hello, how nice to have found this recipe, thank you. And although I have read most of the comments and have clarified some doubts. I still have others. Can I use the jars of other baby food? And I can make the recipe and distribute them in jars and simply store in the fridge (how many days?) Without having to vacuum it? Thank you. By the way, do you know of more recipes for kids?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Thanks Noelia!
      Yes, you can use jars of other baby food but not for preserving but to consume them in a few days keeping them in the fridge. There they will hold about 4 days or so.
      On our page, in the children's section (http://www.thermorecetas.com/recetas-thermomix/ninos/), you have a lot of recipes for the little ones.
      A hug!

  45.   noelia said

    Thank you very much, then it is just to distribute them in jars and keep in the fridge as long as they are going to be used in about 4 days! Great tomorrow then I'll do it. Thank you very much for the link. In a short time I will have to start with vegetables and it is appreciated that you share recipes.
    Lots of hugs !!!

  46.   Susana said

    Hellooooo !! I love this recipe and my little one !! Do you think it would be possible to do it at 80 degrees instead of varoma? I would lose far fewer properties. Thanks!!!!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Susan,
      It will be a matter of testing how the fruit cooks at that temperature. Of course, if we do it at 80º we will not keep it, we will put it in the fridge and we will give it to the baby when it cools down.
      How good that the little boy likes it so much! I'm glad 😉
      A hug!

  47.   Susana said

    Thank you!! Today I have done them again.
    A kiss!!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Thanks to you, Susana!

  48.   MARINA said

    Hello Ascen.
    Next week my baby will be one month old, at which point we will start with the fruit.
    In principle I would not like to give him the mixed fruit, I would like him to know the flavors separately and then mix them, so I have a question ... can I make this same recipe but separately? Let me explain, I can make banana and orange, single apple, single pear….

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello, Marina,
      Yes, of course you can do it with a single fruit. I do it sometimes with apple and sometimes with pear. I always put orange juice for him.
      You will see how rich.
      A kiss for you and another for your baby !!! 😉

  49.   MARINA said

    6 months, sorry.

    Thanks in advance

  50.   DeSy said

    I just made your recipe, let's see how my almost 6-month-old girl is doing, but in the end I have a question, how long do you put it in the water bath? And an absurd question, with the cover right? Thanks.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Desy,
      It is? But that your little girl liked you. To make the bain-marie you have to cover the jar well with its lid and boil it in water for at least 30 minutes. It is important that the jars you use are very clean (sterilized) and that the lids are in perfect condition.
      For more security, I recommend that you keep them in the fridge and consume them in one or two weeks. Being for a baby, all precautions are little.
      Before giving it to him, make sure the bottle is hermetically closed (the lid has to "click" when uncapped). I always try them before giving them to the little ones 😉
      You will tell me,
      Kisses for you and your baby!

  51.   Ana said

    I just made the baby food, tomorrow I will give my baby a taste! I hope you like them !! They certainly smell wonderful, I hope the vacuum has gone well ...

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      How about Ana? Did your baby like them?
      You will tell me 😉
      Kisses!

    2.    DeSy said

      Good afternoon Ascen:
      My girl loves them from the first day, but I have discovered that they constipate a little, I tried to remove bananas and add more orange, then I added watermelon since we are in time and she also liked it. I added the watermelon at the same time as the bananas and the orange, I don't know if I did it well or not, but it was good and it lasted anyway without oxidizing and without changing flavor. The little one today is still just as constipated and the pediatrician has told me to add plums and grapes which will come in handy. My question is, if you only knew, when do I have to add the grapes and plums? together with apples and pears or with banana and orange? And another question, can I remove the amount of apple and substitute for pear or another ingredient? Finally, thank you because these baby food have saved my snacks. Kisses.

      1.    Ascen Jimenez said

        Hi DeSy,
        I would put the plums and grapes next to the banana and the orange since they are not as hard as the pear or the apple. I would also have included the watermelon at that time, just like you did.
        The consistency will vary (if you put a lot of grapes, it will be more liquid ...) but it will be just as good.
        On substituting the apple, of course! you can change it for more pear. Or you can even make the baby food with nectarine, peach ...
        I'm really glad your girl likes them. I would do tests, varying fruits, to see which one suits the little one better. Also so get used to the different flavors.
        Thanks for writing to us!

  52.   Nuria said

    Do you have to cover them with water when going to the water bath? Thanks!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Nuria!
      Yes, the jars are boiled in water, tightly closed.
      Take care!

  53.   Lucia said

    Good, in principle I am not going to make them to the water bath because I will consume them in 3 days but my question is how long they last once you take them out of the refrigerator before giving it to the baby. And another doubt. If I put less amount of fruit, will it also work out?
    Thanks and see if you like them!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Lucia,
      Once out of the fridge give it to them as soon as possible. You can even carry it in an insulated bag, the kind for children, the kind used when we go to the park or on an excursion (so that it holds up better).
      With less amount of fruit it is also good but you will have to program a few minutes less.
      I hope your little one likes them.
      A hug!

  54.   María Rosal (Fernán‐Núñez, Córdoba, 1961) is a complete writer. She has published children's theatre, has received the Andalusian Critics' Award (2004), the Children's Poetry Award (2007) and the José Hierro National Poetry Award for Carmín rojo sangre (2015). Her poetic work has been translated into English, Italian and Greek.<br/> <br/> This is her second book for children in edebé, after the funniest title, El secreto de las patatas fritas.<br/> <br/> Maria has a very funny sense of humour. said

    I just made the recipe and… I love it !! They put me on a diet for gestational diabetes (presumed at the moment) and I have to eat a lot of fruit a day. I wore it fatally, but having it like this, done, there are no excuses. And by the way we learn for when Emma is around and starts with the fruit. Thank you, thank you and thank you !!!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      How nice Maria! I agree with you, they are very rich! and they are for all ages.
      Good luck with that diet. In a few months you will tell me what these baby food look like to Emma 😉
      A hug!

  55.   Saioa said

    Hello!
    I had some doubts but I have clarified them all with the comments except about the jars.
    Supposedly the amount you use is for 5 servings of 200 ml each, right?
    The jars you use, what capacity do they have?
    You fill them to the top, to the flush ?? (for preserves)
    In 20 days I start giving my little girl fruits and this has seemed IMPRESSIVE !! I thought that it could not be done and I was looking for information so that the fruit will not oxidize and I really thank you very much for sharing it, a little kiss and I will tell you If you like them, I don't doubt it

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Saioa,
      Yes, more or less they have that capacity but it will not give you to fill 5 jars. Anyway, the best thing is that you do them and see how long it stays. Do it now to see how it looks and how much comes out, and you eat them, they are delicious. If you like them, you will make another batch for the little one in a few days 🙂
      I do fill them to the top (and turn you upside down) so that they make the void. Then keep them in the fridge, for added security.
      You will tell me,
      A hug!

      1.    Saioa said

        Hello Ascen !!! I have done them and it is amazing how good they are !! mmmmmm… even fighting my husband and I who ate the last hahaha they have volau !!
        The lids can be reused (in case you do not see a clear deterioration,) if you do the vacuum by turning the bottle upside down?
        And you can't make the same invention with the purcitos? It is that I personally do not like to freeze the purees because then they remain like aguaus and tasteless since they taste like the plastic of the tupperware. I'll do the test and see how they look and I'll tell you why are you investigating, right?
        Tell me about the caps, please, because if not, what is the budget for tapas, no?
        A kiss and thank you very much for this great discovery of the fruit!

        1.    Ascen Jimenez said

          Hello Saioa! I knew you would like them 😉
          Yes, yes ... you can safely reuse the caps. Treat them with care to prevent them from deteriorating (washing them by hand and drying them afterwards…). As you say, when they rust or deteriorate you have to throw them away.
          Regarding the purees of vegetables, meat or fish ... yes, I have investigated and no, we cannot vacuum them with the trick of the upside down pot ... The secret of everything is in the PH. The PH of the fruit allows us to preserve it well, making this "easy" vacuum, but the same does not happen with the other ingredients. They do not even keep well doing the traditional bain-marie (we would have to do it for many hours).
          And since it is baby food, everything is even more complicated ... Anyway, with the fruit ones we can do the thing of turning the jar upside down ... and even so I, for greater safety, recommend keeping them in the refrigerator and not for long. Although consuming them shortly you have seen that it is not difficult!
          I hope I've helped.
          A kiss!

          1.    Saioa said

            Hello again!!!
            I have also read that if the pH is higher than 4,6 k are vegetables, legumes, meat and fish that cannot be preserved ... and what a shame !!! because you read on the internet and people do it !! What do you say is VERY DANGEROUS !! a bacterium comes out that is deadly so we forget x completely ... what a shame ... but it has freeze x servings and that's it !!!
            X at least we have removed the daily comecoco of the fruits when they oxidize hehehe
            Thank you very much for everything and a hug !!!


  56.   Cardigan said

    Hello!! First of all, thank you for sharing your recipe. I'm going to try to make it for this weekend. But I have some doubts:
    1- If I don't do the vacuum and spend the day away from home, is it okay to walk around with a thermos and a plastic bucket like the one for excursions?
    2- With the glass jars and glass lids with iron closures, how do you create a vacuum?
    3- Finally, I have to add three teaspoons of cereals for each intake, if I make more quantity (which my intention is for about two days on a weekend plan) do I double the cereals or will it be very thick?

    Thank you very much and happy holidays.

    A abrazo.

  57.   Cardigan said

    Hello Ascen! First of all, thank you for sharing your recipe! I'm going to try it for this weekend. But I have some doubts:

    1-How do you make a vacuum with glass jars and glass lids with iron closures?
    2-I have to put three teaspoons of cereals in each taking, if I do for about two days it would be six and so on, is that correct? Won't it be too thick?
    3-Finally, if I don't do the vacuum and spend the day away from home, is it enough to walk it with a thermos and a plastic cube like the ones we take on excursions?

    Thank you very much and happy holidays.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Rebecca,
      About vacuum packaging, check out this link: http://www.thermorecetas.com/como-pasteurizar-y-conservar-al-vacio/ There we explain everything. The boats that I usually use are the ones you see in the photo.
      On the cereals, put three teaspoons for the amounts indicated in the recipe (I think 6 is going to be a lot). In any case, try how it is with 3 tablespoons and, if you think that 6 could be good, you can make them with that amount the next day. The most important thing is that your little one likes it.
      I don't think anything will happen as long as you don't leave it in the sun or in a car on a hot day. Although, if you live in Spain, at this time of year you will not have a problem 😉
      Thank you for trusting us. You will tell me what your baby thinks !!
      A kiss and happy holidays to you too

  58.   Cardigan said

    Sorry, the text was duplicated, the first time it gave me a shipping error, that's why I have written it again. ??

    Thank you.

  59.   Ines said

    Hello, this is the recipe that I was looking for because they gave me the thermomix 5 a week ago, I imagine that this recipe is worth it, right? Although I have a couple of doubts; Before having the thermomix, I made the fruit in a pot with water until the water boiled, how is it that no water is added in the recipe? Won't it be too thick? I do not add orange because my girl does not like it and here the other question arises, if it does not have that touch of acidity, will it last three days without oxidizing in the fridge? I keep it in plastic baby jars. Thank you!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Ines,
      And the girl notices the orange? It is that it does not give much flavor ...
      In any case, the orange serves to lower the pH and that the conservation is safer. In addition, being liquid it also gives it a great texture without the need to add water.
      If you do not put it, I would tell you to consume it as soon as possible (in two days refrigerated) and to put a little water in the cooking, as you did in your pot, so that it is not so thick.
      Congratulations on that TM5, you are sure delighted 😉
      A hug!

  60.   Beatriz said

    Hello Ascen,
    First of all, thanks to all of you for these recipes that you leave us so great. My problem was that my baby did not want freshly made fruit, he liked commercial jars that did not make me very happy. As soon as I read this recipe and put it into practice, I have to say that it is delicious, I add Maria cookies before grinding, it is soft and my son loves it. Thank you very much for this invention !!!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      What a joy to read your message! If only fruit is good with cookies, it must be a delight; P
      A kiss for your baby and another for you.

  61.   Silvia Moron Ramirez said

    Hello, if I do not vacuum the fruit, I can leave the fruit jars outside without putting them in the refrigerator, and how long do they last if I can leave them like that, thank you very much and I await your answer.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Silvia,
      No, don't leave it at room temperature. Always keep it in the refrigerator and consume it in two days maximum.
      When it comes to baby food, all precautions are little 😉
      A hug!

      1.    Silvia Moron Ramirez said

        Good ascend a question if you do not fill them up to the top and leave it half ae they can do it in a vacuum, is it a child, it takes 235 grams of fruit and the jars that I buy are 350 xk there are no more peke? They can be done like this or not, I'm looking forward to making them see how I will tell you when you read it, thank you very much and forgive the inconvenience

      2.    Silvia Moron Ramirez said

        Good ascend a question if you do not fill them up to the top and leave it half ae they can do it in a vacuum, is it a child, it takes 235 grams of fruit and the jars that I buy are 350 xk there are no more peke? They can be done like this or not, I'm looking forward to making them see how I will tell you when you read it, thank you very much and forgive the inconvenience

        1.    Ascen Jimenez said

          Hello Silvia! I recommend this post on how to make a vacuum http://www.thermorecetas.com/como-pasteurizar-y-conservar-al-vacio/
          You can fill the pot and what he does not drink, take it yourselves for dessert (with yogurt it is very tasty);) Remember to always keep it in the fridge and consume it as soon as possible.
          You will tell me what you think 🙂
          A hug!

          1.    Silvia Moron Ramirez said

            Asen I have already done it as you told me my peke loved it xk they taste the same as those of hero baby and the same texture and almost no. He had so much left over Haha thank you very much X your advice and X answer all my doubts, no It seems as difficult as it looks jjjjj and the emptiness, it came out perfect


          2.    Ascen Jimenez said

            How glad I am, Silvia 🙂 How nice that you liked it so much.
            Kisses!!!


  62.   Vanessa said

    Well Well, I discovered this page …… And even more the recipe, a question if I want to make the fruit and store it in the fridge, let it cool and then save it? I only need for a few days because I want to do it often. By the time I'm going to give it to you, you can take it out of the fridge for a while before it reaches room temperature? I hope my 5-month-old baby likes it because he eats awful ... Thank you very much in advance.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Vanessa,
      Yes, yes, let the baby food cool down a bit and then put it in the fridge. Then, as you say, you can take it out a little bit before he is going to drink it so that it is not so cold.
      A couple of days it holds up well in the fridge. And you'll see, if the little one doesn't eat it there will always be a volunteer 🙂
      I hope your baby likes it. So far few have resisted ... will you tell me what you think?
      Thank you!!!

  63.   Emma said

    Hello. Do you give it to him right out of the fridge? Or do you warm it up a little bit?

    1.    emma garcia said

      The comment above just gave me the answer

      1.    Ascen Jimenez said

        I hope you like them 😉

  64.   Marta said

    Hello, very good. First say, I love this page. Thanks for this work
    I make them with cereals as someone commented and my son eats them great, but from what I understand, they can be done without emptying and keep in the fridge, right? I only make half of the recipe for about 4 baby food and then in a double boiler.
    If they last 4 or 5 days, it wouldn't be necessary, right?
    greetings and thank you very much for these good recipes

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello, Martha!
      If you eat them soon, it is not necessary to vacuum as long as you keep it in the fridge and consume it in a short time. Better in three days than in four 😉
      Thank you very much for following us. A hug!!

  65.   Elena said

    Is this recipe for TM5 or TM31? Because the varoma temperature is not the same in one model as in another ... I have the same doubt in a lot of recipes on the page. But this fruit porridge looks delicious and I don't want to fail.

  66.   emma garcia said

    Hello. Put all the fruits together at the beginning. Something happens?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      No nothing happens. Maybe it will be a little thicker ... but you can always add a little juice before drinking it.
      You will tell me 😉

  67.   Bullfight said

    They come out delicious !! And it is super practical for when you have to go out. I am delighted!!

    A doubt could the same vacuum technique be used for vegetable purees?

    Greetings and thanks for the recipes!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Lidia,
      Thank you for your comment, I am glad to know that you like them.
      About the vegetable purees ... no, they are not preserved and can be dangerous for the baby 🙁
      We will have to settle for these fruit.
      A hug!

      1.    Bullfight said

        Okay. Luckily I have not given to try.
        Thanks for answering

        1.    Ascen Jimenez said

          Hello again Lidia,
          When you can, take a look at this link. There is everything explained 😉
          http://www.thermorecetas.com/como-pasteurizar-y-conservar-al-vacio/
          Thanks to you!

  68.   Yolanda said

    Hi there! I need to make these fruit jars for a very sick family member.
    I have two questions: the first is if when I fill the jars and put it in a water bath, should I do it with the lid on, and when will I know in any case that it has been emptied? is there an estimated time?
    Another question is if they last 3 weeks in the fridge or have I misunderstood you in any of your answers?

    Thank you.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Yolanda,
      Take a look at this link: http://www.thermorecetas.com/como-pasteurizar-y-conservar-al-vacio/ There you will find how to vacuum pack step by step.
      The jars are put in the water bath covered. We will know that the vacuum is done because the lid is a little sunk.
      Even if the vacuum is done, it is best to consume them as soon as possible and, if you keep them in the fridge even better.
      I hope that dear person gets better.
      A big hug

  69.   Yoli said

    Hello, these baby food could be made with melon or watermelon?
    Is it true that my baby and his parents like these?

  70.   Yoli said

    Hello, these baby food could be made with melon or watermelon?
    Is it true that my baby and his parents like these?

  71.   Lorraine said

    hello good morning, once we have it, the vacuum fruit. the next day can the fruit be reheated? Thank you

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Lorena,
      You can put it a little bit in the microwave so that it is not so cold when you give it to the child ... I imagine you mean that, right?
      A greeting!

  72.   Sandra said

    Does orange juice lose its vitamins if we cook it? Would it be the same if we add it at the end of the preparation at the time of grinding?
    I start next week with the fruits and all are doubts.
    Thank you very much.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Sandra,
      You can put it at the end, without heating, especially if it is to give it to the little one right away.
      The question of doubts is the most normal thing in the world, but from now on you will be an expert 😉 In any case, do not hesitate to ask us if you need anything.
      Kisses to the two!

  73.   Balm said

    Hello, I have to start giving my baby fruits and this recipe seems delicious. I have the doubt if it is for TM31 or TM5, I have TM5 and I do not want to do it wrong, at what temperature and duration do I have to do it if it is for TM5? Thanks greetings!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Melisa!
      It works for both machines. You can follow all the steps indicated in the recipe, although I do it with the 31, with the TM5 it works just as well.
      A kiss for you and another for your baby! You sure love them 😉

  74.   Erika said

    Hello, I need to clarify about how long they last, (how many days?) And how to keep it (cold, natural?) Thank you very much !!!

  75.   Jackeline said

    A question
    Can you add a cookie or cereal to this recipe? If so, when would I have to put it on?
    All the best
    Thank you

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Jackeline,
      You can put both the cookie and the cereals at the end, in the last step, before grinding. It will be thicker but you can always add a little more juice.
      If you add the juice, keep in mind that you will no longer be able to do a hot vacuum. Wait for it to cool down and you will have it ready to eat.
      A kiss!

  76.   Laura said

    Hi there! Thank you for the recipe! I have a question, how long do they last in the fridge if you don't do the vacuum packaging? I want to make a ration for three days in a row for the weekend that we are going to eat out.
    Can it be made and put in a tupperware to consume in the next three days? Thank you in advance

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Ains ... I don't know if I arrive in time to answer you. Forgives.
      Three days in the fridge it holds up well, even if you don't do the vacuum. Enjoy the weekend.
      A hug!

  77.   María said

    Hi there! I just started with fruits and the recipe seems very good to me, but my son still does not like orange very much, could the orange juice be changed for water or milk? If so, how much would it be? Could it be vacuum packed? ?? I have many doubts. Greetings !!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Mary,
      You can do it without orange, as you say, with water or milk. It will look good on you. But in that case it is better that you do not make it to preserve.
      Anyway, I encourage you to prepare it one day with orange, if only to try. You will see that its flavor is barely noticeable.
      About doubts ... it's the most normal thing in the world. When we start to introduce food into the baby's diet, we all have a lot!
      A hug for you and a kiss for your little one

  78.   Maria Jose said

    Hello!!! I'm going to make this porridge for the little one and I'm going to empty it upside down .... once it cools down, where do I keep it in the fridge or outside? Counting that with that amount I would have for a week or so ... where do I keep it?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Maria Jose:
      Being a for babies, all prevention is little. That is why I recommend that you put it in the fridge.
      Once opened, it is best to consume it as soon as possible. You will see, it is a lot of fruit but once it is done it does not come out as much.
      I hope the little girl likes it

  79.   Paloma said

    Hi there! I have tried the recipe and it comes out great. Could you add a biscuit and also keep them in a vacuum?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi dove!
      Yes, they are also very tasty with biscuits, but I don't know if it will keep just as well. You can make it and keep it in the fridge. If you do the vacuum and it is refrigerated it will last a few days.
      Thanks for your comment, Paloma.
      Take care!

  80.   Fátima said

    Hi there! How excited I was to find this recipe ... not long ago I had a thermomix and when I started to give the fruit to the little one, I began to grind it in a thermomix, but since it was a small quantity, it spread all over the place and did not crush well, so my son liked it .. he didn't know about putting the basket! I will try it to have what is and I will try to make the fruit and preserve it.
    Are the properties still being maintained? Once stored, how long does it last? Thanks !!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Fatima!
      When heated it loses some properties but I suppose that also happens with the purchased ones.
      Once the vacuum is done, if it is well done, it can last for months. Although I, especially if it is for babies, for safety, I recommend keeping them in the refrigerator and consuming them as soon as possible. When children are so young, all precaution is little 😉
      I'm glad your little one liked it. Mine also love it !! 🙂
      Kisses!!

  81.   Adriana said

    Hello Ascen! Thank you very much for this recipe, there was no way to give my little one fruit, but I tried your recipe and since then the problem has been solved! Thanks

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      What joy you give me, Adriana!
      Thanks to you for telling us.
      Kisses!!!

  82.   Carmen said

    I prepared it one day with cereals and my baby liked it a lot. I have prepared it again and I have put it in a canned water bath. For this I have used the pressure cooker. When removed, it has acquired a dark brown color, before it was pale yellow. The vacuum is well done but I don't know if the fruit is in good condition. I am sorry to have to throw it away.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi carmen,
      It will have that color from cooking in a bain-marie. If the vacuum is well done, the fruit will be in good condition.
      Do not hesitate to try it yourself before giving it to the little one.
      A hug!

  83.   Elsa said

    Hello, could you explain to me how the vacuum preservation is done? How, when, how much? This would have to be done with all the porridges that you want to keep or freeze? Tb with the vegetables? I'm a bit lost and now we start with the solids. Thank you so much for the recipe!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Elisa,
      Check out this link: https://www.thermorecetas.com/como-pasteurizar-y-conservar-al-vacio/
      There is everything explained but, for any clarification, do not hesitate to write to us.
      A hug!

  84.   Maria Jose said

    Hi Ascen, thanks for your recipe. In a couple of weeks I start with the fruit for my little one and I have a question. You say in a comment that if we use juice, the vacuum should not be done in the water bath. So if I follow the recipe you have put in, I can only do it upside down? Thank you very much!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Maria Jose!
      Yes, yes, with juice you can make a water bath. It can't be done if we don't put this citrus fruit. Well, it is not that it cannot be done, it is that it will not be so "safe" because citrus helps to preserve (lowers the pH).
      Remember that when babies are so young, all precautions are few. Keep the cans in the refrigerator and check that the vacuum has been done correctly before giving it to the little one.
      I hope you like it 😉
      A hug!

  85.   Rachel said

    If I want to make a little more fruit, would it be the same time or how do I calculate according to the amount of fruit?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Rachel:
      I can't tell you exactly. Add a few more minutes, 3 or 4 will be enough.
      Take care!

  86.   Olalla said

    Hello, I would like to make the recipe, but I wanted to know if I add half the fruit, the times are the same or vary, thanks

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Olalla,
      You will have to schedule a few minutes less. Try 12 minutes to see how it looks on you.
      A hug!

  87.   Joan said

    Hello, I'm a little lost with the thermomix and with the baby food, I've been using the baby food for 1 week and I was using the blender and when I saw your recipe I'm going to put it into practice but I have doubts…. Without doing the vacuum, can they hold up well for 3 or 4 days in the fridge? Then to heat it it would have to be in the bain-marie, right?
    In the case of making the vacuum, how do I do it?
    Thank you very much for your help and for the recipe !!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Joana,
      I leave you a link where we talk about how to make the vacuum: https://www.thermorecetas.com/articulos/como-pasteurizar-y-conservar-al-vacio/
      If you don't vacuum pack it, I wouldn't have it in the fridge for more than 2 days. But you will see that it is not complicated because if the baby does not eat it, you will eat them (they are delicious).
      If you need any other clarification, do not hesitate to contact us.
      A hug and a kiss for the little one.

  88.   isabel diaz said

    Hello. I see that this very successful recipe was prepared with the Thermomix 31 but the years have passed since its publication and many of us already have the Thermomix 5. For this new model the steps and measures are the same? Thanks a lot

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Yes, Isabel. All recipes from 31 can be made on the TM5. Here is an entry in which we clarified everything: https://www.thermorecetas.com/equivalencias-modelos-thermomix-tm5-tm31-tm21/
      A hug!

    2.    Mayra Fernandez Joglar said

      Hello isbael:

      I answer you the same as in the other message that you left us in case someone who reads us has the same doubt.

      Before the TM5 came out, we put a table of equivalences between the TM21 and the TM31 models.
      Since the new model came out, we put a link in each recipe so that you can see the equivalences and you can adapt all your recipes to your model.
      This is the link:
      https://www.thermorecetas.com/equivalencias-modelos-thermomix-tm5-tm31-tm21/

      Also remember that all the recipes that are published on the web can be made with the TM5 model, you just have to follow it to the letter and that's it!

      Kisses!!

  89.   language said

    Hello everybody. How long to cook in a bain-marie?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Idoia!
      I leave you the link to an entry that will solve all your doubts: https://www.thermorecetas.com/articulos/como-pasteurizar-y-conservar-al-vacio/
      For any clarification, do not hesitate to write to us.
      A hug!

  90.   Alice said

    Hi there. Can fruit porridge be frozen? All the best

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Alicia!
      The truth is that I have not tried ...
      Do the test with a bottle, in case it does not look good you will not lose much. I believe that nothing will happen but, once defrosted, you will have to mix everything very well and consume it immediately to avoid any contamination.
      A hug!

  91.   Belén said

    Hello Ascen! Thank you very much for the recipe I have made it and also the color, the delicious flavor my child has never wanted The fruit porridge natural fruits from home until today so thank you infinite!
    I have two questions to see if you can solve them:
    1) I have done this myself. Potito but with another version that I found that also has grape, nectarine and carrot and I have proceeded as indicated in the recipe and then to bottle them and to the water bath. I will tell you if with those other ingredients I can keep them well beyond a month.
    Another question that I have is, once I have done the water bath and that they have been done under vacuum, keep them in a cabinet in the living room at room temperature like the ones I buy or do they have to go directly to the fridge ???
    Finally and I do not roll more could do the same with vegetables, rice and meat / fish? Thank you and I hope your answer.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Belen!
      How good that your child liked it!
      I answer your questions 😉 About whether they last more than a month and where to keep them… It is best to keep them in the refrigerator even if they are empty. It could be kept at room temperature but, being a baby food, all precautions are little.
      With rice, meat, fish ... everything is more complicated. For these foods I would not do preserves.
      If you have a little while, take a look at this article: https://www.thermorecetas.com/articulos/como-pasteurizar-y-conservar-al-vacio/
      Kisses for you and your little one!