Posted on Aug 23 2014 - 1:39pm by Christine
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Today we have a simple recipe for you that baby can enjoy as a cool dessert, or a delicious summer breakfast! Packed with bone-building calcium and juicy, vitamin-rich berries and peach, this creamy treat for babies from around 6 months+ is sweetened with banana. The cream cheese gives it a pleasant ‘tang’ which our little ones love – however, if...

If you’d love to prepare some fresh, whole wheat brown bread rolls for your little one, but don’t have time for all the kneading/proofing etc involved in making ‘yeasty’ bread, then try this easy recipe instead! Ideal from 12 months onwards, these rolls use baking soda (bicarbonate of soda in the UK) rather than yeast to make them rise. The...

Rich in protein and healthy fats delivered by the avocado – and made extra yummy by the addition of sweet grapes – today’s recipe is for a simple salad that can be served from a spoon, as a tasty toast-topper, in a sandwich, or even atop a baked potato! It’s a great way to make use of leftover chicken and is ideal for older babies who are...

For the holiday season, we thought it would be a good time to share our recipe for super special Sweet Potato Stuffing! This stuffing is simply delicious and you could even serve it as its own dish, all by itself. But we like to use it as an alternative to store-bought stuffing mixes, which tend to be WAY too high in sodium to share with baby. We left the ingredients...

The only problem with poaching is that it can be fiddly and time consuming… UNLESS you use this easy-peasy method with the microwave, that produces perfectly poached eggs in under 2 minutes.. no mess, no fuss! (NOTE: Some parents choose not to use a microwave at all, questioning their safety, which is (of course) a personal decision. We discuss this in more...