Peach, Pear & Blueberry
Blueberries are packed with vitamin C, which can help reduce the severity and duration of colds and flu. You can make this blueberry recipe with a pear this winter. This is quite a runny puree and you will need to mix it with some mashed banana or Greek yoghurt.
1 sweet eating apple
Put all the fruit into a heavy based saucepan. Cover and cook over a low heat for about 5 minutes. Puree in a blender and stir in the baby rice or crumbled rusk.
Suitable for freezing
According to researchers blueberries top the list in terms of their antioxidant activity compared to 40 other fresh fruit and vegetables.
A little berry that is big on taste and nutrients, blueberries are packed with vitamin C, which reduces the severity and duration of colds and flu. Vitamin C is also needed for growth and skin repair. Blueberries can also help to protect eyesight and play an important role in protecting the heart and preventing cancers. Another antioxidant found in blueberries, ellagic acid, has been proven to inhibit cancer in laboratory studies. Research shows that people who consume fruit with high amounts of this powerful antioxidant are three times less likely to develop cancer than those who consume little or none.