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Neocate Fruit puree

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  • 1 dessert apple
  • peeled and sliced
  • 1 pear peeled and sliced
  • 125 ml (4 fl oz) water
  • 1–2 scoops of Neocate powder per serving (optional)

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Method / Preparation

1. Place the apple, pear and water in a saucepan.
2. Bring to the boil, then simmer on low heat until the fruit is soft.
3 .This will take 5–10 minutes depending on the ripeness of the apple and pear.
4. Drain off the excess water – approximately 60 ml (2 fl oz), but retain as you may wish to add some of this back to the cooked fruit mixture. Puree the fruit mixture to a thin, smooth consistency – adding some of the excess cooking water if needed. Allow to cool.
5. Add the 1–2 scoops of Neocate powder to each serve just before feeding.
6. Ensure that the Neocate is mixed in well.


Make 4 Servings

Handy hints:
This recipe makes approximately 250 ml (1/2 pint) of puree fruit.
This recipe can be prepared in the microwave.
This puree can be made using any permitted fruit or combination of fruits.
Remember to use only those fruits permitted.

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