If you haven’t yet included parsnips in your baby’s menu, then he’s really in for a treat with this delicious parsnip and carrot puree recipe. Parsnips look like creamy coloured carrots, but actually remind me a little of bananas in flavour! They contain lots of nutrients for your baby (including vitamin C, vitamin K, magnesium, folate and potassium)...

These muffins have a wonderfully moist texture and are deliciously sweet WITHOUT the addition of extra sugar. They are also completely wheat and gluten free, making them ideal for babies and tots with sensitivities to those ingredients. They do, however, contain peanut butter. Guidelines regarding the introduction of peanut butter vary widely, with many UK parents...

When preparing your baby’s food, it is very important to take steps to eliminate any risk of food poisoning – babies, of course, are particularly vulnerable to illness caused by food borne bacteria. Foods such as fish, eggs, raw meat or raw poultry can contain bacteria responsible for food poisoning, such as salmonella and E. coli. Campylobacter infection,...

Posted on Jun 17 2016 - 5:12am by Christine
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Did you know that there is a connection between baby food and kissing? Nor did we… until we read this ScienceLine article from New York University! Experts have long believed that prehistoric women used to help their babies transition to solid food by chewing the food FOR them, then passing it in their mouths – just as birds do! According to the article,...

Even if you make your own baby food, there may be times that you will choose to buy a commercially made snack for your little one. And when you do,  you will probably want to check the labeling to make sure that it doesn’t contain added sugar. But sugar often comes disguised with many different names… so are you sure that you can truly spot it in a...