Strawberry Walnut Puree Recipe for Baby – Baby Brezza
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Strawberry Walnut Puree Recipe for Baby

An easy and delicious strawberry walnut puree packed with protein for your little one. Prepare this walnut puree for a snack, a wholesome breakfast meal, or as frozen yogurt drops! Whichever way you choose to serve this strawberry walnut recipe, it’s sure to be a little eater pleaser! 

Here’s what you’ll need to get this walnut recipe for toddlers going:

  • 15 strawberries
  • 10 walnuts, unshelled
  • 6 tbsp plain Greek yogurt - try to use yogurt that is high in fat, with no sugar added.
  • 1 banana - the riper the better!
  • 2 tbsp old-fashioned or steel cut oats
  • 2 pitted dates* (optional but highly recommended!) 

Here’s what you’ll do to make this delicious walnut puree:

  1. Grind walnuts and oats together in a food processor until all ingredients have become a fine powder.
  2. Roughly chop strawberries, dates and banana and add to your Baby Brezza Glass 1-Step Food Maker. Press "Steam" for 10 minutes.
  3. Drain water, add yogurt and mixture of oats and walnuts into your food maker.
  4. Press "Blend" for 30 seconds.
  5. Serve, and enjoy! 

*Dates have endless nutritional benefits for babies and toddlers including brain development, bones and teeth strengthening, and aide in digestion to name a few. Introduce dates in small quantities until baby has fully adjusted to this superfood. 

BRAIN POWER: Walnuts are packed with omega-3 which is imperative in baby’s little developing brain!

This recipe yields 6-8 servings and can be frozen and used for up to 3 months! For more experienced eaters, try freezing them in the form of yogurt drops or small popsicle treats.

Can I use walnut puree as a standalone meal for my baby?
While walnut puree is a nutritious addition to your baby's diet and makes a tasty, light breakfast, it's recommended to combine it with other complementary foods. Mixing it with fruits, vegetables, or baby cereals ensures a balanced meal with a variety of essential nutrients. This way, your baby receives a diverse range of vitamins and minerals necessary for their growth and development.

Are there any precautions when introducing walnut recipes to my baby?
Yes, when introducing walnuts or walnut puree to your baby, it's crucial to watch for any signs of allergies. Start with a small amount and observe your baby for any adverse reactions. Also, ensure the walnuts are finely ground or blended to avoid choking hazards. If there's a family history of nut allergies, consult with your pediatrician before introducing walnuts to your baby's diet.

How can I store walnut puree for future use?
To store walnut puree, you can freeze it in ice cube trays or small containers. Once frozen, transfer the cubes or portions to a sealed bag to maintain freshness. Thaw individual servings as needed. This method allows you to have convenient portions ready for your baby's meals, making it a time-saving and efficient option for busy parents. Remember, while frozen walnuts themselves can last up to a year when stored properly, Greek yogurt only keeps for about 2 months– so be sure to not to leave it on the freezer shelf for too long!


Aisha is a Pakistani Canadian mother who found herself looking for ways to keep up with home cooking as a new mom of 3. She started her Instagram @baby.eatts to share simple and nutritious meals that she makes for her experienced eaters Zenya (8 years), and Aydin (6 years), and her new little eater, Amiri (6 months). With her recipes and tips, Aisha hopes to help other moms have a fun, easy, and fulfilling journey with their newest member at the dinner table.


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