How to do
Mash the bananas and let it release its juice.
(This is a much easier process when kept in the freezer for a day) Boil the banana water in a coffee pot and when half of the juice evaporates, turn off the heat.
Wait for it to cool down and add it to the bananas that you’ve mashed.
(We do this to intensify the fructose.) Whisk the egg and butter and add it to banana.
Blend all the dry ingredients in another bowl (at this stage, use 1 glass of flour and gradually increase it depending on the consistency of the mixture) and pour it in the banana mixture.
Prepare the dough with a firm consistency.
Form pieces at the size of little walnuts; lay them over the baking paper on a baking tray, with enough space in between. Mash them with the back of a spoon.
Cook for 12 minutes at 170 degrees preheated oven.
If you think it is not sweet enough for you, you may drizzle 1 dessertspoon of molasses on it before it totally cools down.
What a sweet treat for your little gourmet to sheer her upJ And it’s perfectly healthy… Bon Appetite!
Banana must be really soft and sugared.
Also keeping it in the freezer for one day simplifies the pressing process.
If you are going to drizzle molasses on it, don't do this when the dish is too hot.
Wait until it is tepid. For detailed information about molasses related cancer risk click here.
Always consult your doctor about the foods you introduce your baby for the first time and follow the three-day waiting rule.
For information about introducing dried fruits and information about dried fruits click here.
The opinions about the time to introduce walnut changes but generally it is not recommended before age 1.
For information about walnut click here..
Keep in Mind
You may add other dried fruits and even raisins, banana and apricot depending on eating habits or palatal delight of your little baby.
Especially during the teething phase, babies with poor appetite will enjoy this sweet and healthy dish.
Also you may mash this in milk and fruit juice.