Make your own applesauce (or buy baby applesauce from the store), puree peaches or other fruits to mix with plain yogurt, or give small pieces of banana (grapes too for older babies).
These light eaters breeze through the day with a nibble of bread here and a spoonful of applesauce there, but never seem to eat any quantity of food.
Some fruits like nectarines contain no sodium, and many canned fruits including applesauce contain fewer than 20 milligrams of sodium per serving.
Many recipes are available now that either use natural sugar ingrediants (such as applesauce) or artificial sweetners (such as Equal or Splenda).
For example, while mashed bananas and applesauce are viable egg substitutes, you wouldn't want to use them in a casserole or other savory dish.
Another clever trick to adjust the fat content of a zucchini bread recipe is to substitute some or all of the butter or oil with applesauce.
If you use coconut flour, you can add extra moisture to your recipe by adding juice or applesauce to counter its absorptive properties.
Get closer by packing whole fruit, natural applesauce or single servings of mixed fruit in light syrup for snacks throughout the day.
Applesauce, canned fruits, and fruit juices are also a great way to get in your fruits and provide a little variety to your diet.
Sarah prepared stuffed crown roast with vegetables and homemade applesauce for dinner.