HOW TO INTRODUCE FLAVORS
Start with a thin puree of just one veggie at a time. Your infant needs to learn how to move food to the back of their mouth and swallow, and a thin puree is easier because it’s similar to breastmilk.
If he or she doesn’t immediately grasp how to suck off of a spoon, that’s okay. Put some puree on your finger and let them taste it from there first. And when you do transition to spoon-feeding, resist scraping the spoon on their upper lip. This encourages them to push food out of their mouth, known as the tongue-thrust reflex.