Can I give grapes to my baby?

How do I give my 7 month old grapes?

Using a pair of kitchen scissors, which are much easier than a knife (less rolling around of the fruit to worry about!), cut the grapes in half, then in quarters. Then dice them into small pieces. These are easy for the baby to pick up with their fingers and also chew.

Are grapes safe for baby?

Are grapes healthy for babies? Yes. Grapes contain fiber for gut health, plus some B-vitamins, vitamin C, and vitamin K to fuel a baby’s growing body. Like other colorful fruits and vegetables, grapes are packed with powerful antioxidants called phytonutrients that support cell health and help offset risk of disease.

How many grapes can a baby eat?

For infants aged 7-12 months, a serving size of grapes is 10-20g (just 2-4 grapes) [2], but cut them in half to avoid a choking hazard. For toddlers and kids up to 8 years old, a serving size of grapes is larger – see how many grapes they can fit in their hands, but still cut grapes in half for little kids!

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