The most nutritious vegetable on the face of Earth according to scientist and experts. Miracle Baby Food! This recipe is like mixing tons of fruits and veggies in one puree. Yet, you only need two ingredients. It’s homemade, organic, anti oxidant and nutritious for 6 months old and up. It can be called the Most Nutritious vegetable baby food on the face of the earth! Moringa and Oatmeal Puree.
One of the reasons I wrote this is because I recently watched a documentary about malnourished babies. It’s a heartbreaking story of babies and kids who die because of malnutrition and poverty. Believe it or not, but there are babies who drink coffee instead of milk, who eat rice porridge and sometimes none at all. My heart and sympathy goes out for the mothers who lost their children because of malnutrition from the documentary news I have watched. I’m hoping this recipe will be shared and can help other struggling mothers.
If your baby is having problems in diarrhea or constipated. The healthy grains and fiber of Oatmeal Malunggay Recipe can help in having healthy digestion.
Why Moringa Olfeira known as “Malunggay” is a miracle veggie?
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“Scientific research can prove that moringa has many health benefits because it contains seven times more vitamin C from oranges, four times more calcium in milk, four times more vitamin A in carrots, three times more potassium than in bananas and two times more protein from milk.
It is used to combat malnutrition because of its high contents of vitamin A, B, and C, calcium, iron, protein and potassium. It can be a substitute for many foods, fruits and vegetables because of its high nutritional value.”
Malunggay Oatmeal Puree
- 1 cup Malunggay leaves
- 8 tbsp Instant oatmeal
- 3 cups boiling hot water
- Blanch Malunggay leaves first, then mix the oatmeal to the bowl. Leave for a few minutes to cook.
- Once cool, put it inside the pitcher of the blender and grind it until smooth and pure.
- You may also add it to baby’s milk formula. Put 2oz malunggay oatmeal puree in feeding bottle then add water, shake it well then add the scooped powder milk for a 6oz water. Shake it well. Or you can make soft dice food shaped in ice cube trays.