We’ve only recently started cooking with buckwheat, but now we’re wondering why we’ve waited so long! Buckwheat – which is known as kasha when roasted – is a highly versatile ingredient. It cooks quickly and lends itself well to both savoury and sweet dishes (like this one). Buckwheat is actually a fruit seed, even though it is often...

Posted on Apr 15 2019 - 8:47am by Christine
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There are so many reasons to love these delicious pea fritters! They’re incredibly easy to make, using just 4 ingredients you probably already have at home, plus a few moments of preparation time   They’re versatile – you can add other cooked veggies your baby enjoys, or even his favourite aromatic spices or herbs (we think tarragon goes with...

Posted on Nov 8 2018 - 3:43pm by Christine
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Today’s recipe is the perfect winter warmer! Pumpkin oatmeal (or porridge, depending on where you’re visiting us from) is very quick and easy to make, yet it’s simply packed with flavour. The lovely aromas it produces as it cooks are irresistible. In fact, you will probably have more than just your baby waiting for a taste – so be sure to...

Posted on Sep 14 2018 - 2:08pm by Christine
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Today’s recipes uses just 3 ingredients to produce tasty, easy-to-eat little muffins your baby will love. Although they may look like them, these aren’t muffins in the traditional sense – they contain no flour and the texture is very light and fluffy. This makes them ideal for babies who need to avoid gluten or wheat   babies who are new...

Posted on Aug 16 2018 - 8:54am by Christine
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All parents are thrilled when their babies take their first steps! But many are less thrilled to discover that their little ones become less ‘cooperative’ at the dinner table at around the same stage! Slow weight gain When your baby begins to walk (or even crawl), you may notice that he gains weight more slowly than before. This is not at all unusual...