Zucchini Puree For Baby

Superb on its own or along with other flavours, this zucchini baby puree is mild tasting and a great first stage puree either by itself or mixed with other purees. The perfect choice for babies who love the taste of their veggies!

Made from organic zucchini (courgette), this puree is mild tasting and a great first stage puree either by itself or mixed with other purees.

Can Babies Eat Pureed Zucchini?

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Zucchini puree can be introduced once your baby is ready to start solids, which is generally around 6 months of age.

Mild, mild tasting and a great first stage puree either by itself or mixed with other purees.

Dairy-free, nut-free, and a great first stage puree for babies. This mild tasting puree is made with 100% organic zucchini (courgette) and combines easily with other fruit and vegetable purees, providing a colorful healthy start to eating.

Mild tasting and a great first stage puree, this zucchini puree would be perfect for babies 6 months +.

Mixed with other veggies, this mild-flavoured puree is a great first stage. Made up of just three ingredients (courgette, garlic paste and olive oil), we know your little ones are going to love it!

Do You Peel Zucchini for Baby Puree

  • TEXTURE – Zucchini (courgette) has a high water content which makes the puree nice and thin and easy for your baby to swallow. It is fantastic for thinning out thicker vegetable/meat purees.
  • TASTE – Zucchini has a delicate flavour making it a great first taste food. It combines well with a range of vegetables, meats and is a good canvas for experimenting with different herbs and spices.
  • NUTRITION – Zucchinis are a good source of vitamins and minerals including beta carotene (which converts to vitamin A), vitamin C, Vitamin B6, folate, vitamin K, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium.
  • FREEZER FRIENDLY – Prep ahead for busier nights.



Flat Lay of Zucchini and Basil (Labelled)

Zucchini is the only ingredient needed to make zucchini puree. Due to their high water content, no extra liquid is needed.

Basil (or herb of choice) adds flavour, try serving it with and without herbs to provide your baby with a variety of flavours.


  • Look for zucchinis that are small to medium-sized (no larger than 15 – 20cm (6 to 8 inches)), larger zucchinis tend to be more watery, flavourless and have larger seeds.
  • Choose zucchinis with vibrant, smooth skin free of nicks and cuts.
  • Ensure your zucchinis are dry and store them in the vegetable drawer of your refrigerator. Do not wash them until just before using. Avoid wrapping in plastic bags, as they can cause excess moisture and the zucchini can get soft/slimy.


Collage of 4 Images Showing How to Make Zucchini Puree 1) Chop zucchini 2)Steam Zucchini 3)Mash Zucchini 4)Puree Zucchini
  1. WASH & SLICE: Wash, top and tail the zucchini. Cut zucchini in half lengthwise and then slice.
  2. STEAM: Steam for around 8-10 minutes or until soft and tender.
  3. MASH / PUREE: Puree smooth or mash to offer your baby a more textured puree. It is always good to start adding texture and not only offer smooth purees.


Zucchini has quite a mild flavour and is a good canvas for adding other flavours. Good partners with zucchini include:

Try changing up the flavour by adding…

  • basil
  • garlic
  • lemon
  • marjoram
  • onion
  • parsley
  • thyme


Store in the refrigerator for 2 days or freeze for up to two months. Read more on how to safely store baby food.  

Zucchini Puree in Ice Cube Tray


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