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The potassium-rich banana provides a creamy base for myriad recipes, including this puree that Cooking Channel star Kelsey Nixon began whipping up for her son, Oliver (now 2 years old), when he started solids. For this recipe, Nixon says to "use a Honeycrisp or Red Delicious apple to add just the right amount of sweetness to this mash-up." (Ages 6 months and up)
The oat bran and salt are my additions to this recipe, adapted from Nigella Kitchen. Children are very handy banana mashers.