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In this recipe, the ‘cream’ is actually a nutritious blend of cream cheese, yogurt and banana. Naturally sweet, this is a versatile dish that can be adapted for younger babies by pureeing the peach instead of chopping it. In this version the peach pieces are unpeeled and chopped This recipe makes one serving and is best when freshly prepared. Here’s...

Babies tend to LOVE sweet potatoes and this is a great way to serve them as a finger food for little ones who are comfortable with biting and chewing. Everyone is our house enjoys these, so why not increase the quantities and serve them up to the whole family? You could always separate the mixture before cooking if you want to add extra seasoning or spices for the...

Trying to think of ways to incorporate nutritious barley in your little one’s menu? Then we recommend this simple but yummy recipe, which can easily double up as a tasty soup by increasing the quantity of milk you use! This dish is absolutely full of flavour and the unusual blend of ingredients makes for a unique and gourmet treat for your tot (6 months+)! Wholesome...

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 peanuts vary widely, although the latest advice...