A List of Fruits to Feed to your Baby
Click on the fruit that you are interested in and find all sorts of information such as when to introduce the fruit, the nutritional information for each fruit and even some yummy recipes too.
Don’t forget to visit the introducing solid food information page too. As always, please be sure to ask your pediatrician about introducing solid foods to your baby.
Avocados a wonderfully healthy fruit. Great as a first food for baby.
Apples “An Apple a Day” as the old saying goes is indeed good for your health. Apples are truly a wonder fruit and are also one on your infants first foods.
Apricots are high in Beta Carotene (Vitamin A), Vitamin C and Lycopene. A wonderful addition to baby’s diet.
Bananas are an excellent source of nutrition and as such, are another perfect fruit to be one of baby’s first foods.
Blueberries are high in antioxidants and contain fiber, Vitamin A and Vitamin C. Offer them around 8 months of age.
Cantaloupe and Melons are high Vitamin A, Vitamin C and even Calcium. The cantaloupe has an amazing concentration of beta-carotene making it a must have for healthy vision and eye development.
Cherries are tiny, sweet & yummy and oh so nutritious. These little fruits are packing a lot of important nutrients.
Citrus high in vitamin C; did you know that one orange contains approximately 12% of the RDA for fiber too? Just when can your baby have citrus?
Cranberries are full of Vitamin A and are not a knonw allergen. Many babies adore the tartness of this little berry.
Grapes are another fruit packed with Vitamins and even Calcium. Mashed grapes mixed with other foods are great for babies.
Kiwi (chinese gooseberry) is rich in vitamin c, fiber, potassium and even folate.
Mango contains Vitamin K; 6.9 mg of Vitamin K in one cup not to mention all the other nutrients this amazing fruit has.
Papaya is a very nutritious fruit. They contain high amounts of Vitamin C (helping absorb non-heme iron), Vitamin A (2516 IU’s.) and even Vitamin E. Papayas are also a good source of fiber and folic acid.
Peaches & Nectarines Did you know that the only difference between peaches and nectarines is the lack of fuzz on the nectarine skin. Peaches are known to have a diuretic affect and also are a natural laxative.
Plums & Prunes One thing that all varieties of plums have in common is that they are very nutritious. Plums are high in fiber, low in cholesterol, sodium free and rich in Vitamin A and Vitamin C.
Pumpkin contains some of the best nutritional compounds ever. They are highly loaded with Vitamin A and beta carotene.
Strawberries are an amazing source of Vitamin C. With their bright red color, strawberries contain a high amount of plant phenols. Learn about offering your baby strawberries here.
“Exotic” Fruits & Veggies On this page, we discuss fruits such as figs, star fruit and many others.
Fruit Puree Recipe Page Visit our Fruit Baby Food Recipes page too.