Can I give kiwi to my 7 month old baby?
Kiwi can be a little acidic, so offer this to a baby once they’ve eaten other solids around 7 or 8 months. Sometimes acidic foods can cause a minor skin reaction in babies.
Can babies have kiwi NHS?
The official advice on when babies can eat kiwi
According to the NHS, it’s fine to give your baby kiwi from around six months. It’s safest to wait until around six months before giving your baby any solid food, because younger babies may not be able to sit up and swallow well.
How do I introduce kiwi to my baby?
Kiwi skin may be too tough for babies to handle, so it’s best to serve kiwi with the peel off. To remove the skin, simply slice the kiwi, scoop out the flesh, then cut in an age-appropriate way before serving to your little one.