As you may have guessed from the incredibly witty (!) title, today’s recipe is for a VERY yummy sweet potato soup! This recipe is a family favourite, because the perfect combination of herbs and spices give this soup a really unique flavour that we all enjoy. Our babies enjoyed this soup from as early as 6 months (they’ve always been adventurous eaters!), but it DOES contain both cauliflower and onion – either of which can give baby a little gas (or wind). If your bub has a sensitive tummy, then you may wish to wait...

There’s just over one week left to enter this month’s Baby Product Reviews competition for YOUR chance to win this wonderful feeding set from Sassy. The set includes a mesh teething feeder, a fork and spoon (with their own travel case), 3 useful snack cups with lids, a trainer cup, a formula dispenser and a beautiful pocketed bib. What more could a...

Nutricia’s Golden Circle Little Extras From 6+ months Orchard Fruit Gels are being recalled because they may contain foreign matter (although it has not been revealed just what that ‘foreign matter’ is). The products affected are 110g glass jars, with Best Before dates of 12/09/09 and 13/09/09 which were sold at Woolworths or Safeway. No other products are affected. If you have any of these jars at home, please take them back to your nearest Woolworths or Safeway for a full refund. If you have any questions, please...

We have a nice and easy baby food recipe for you today using two vegetables that complement each other perfectly – and are both packed with health-promoting beta-carotene. This sweet potato and pumpkin puree is given a little extra ‘zip’ by the addition of nutmeg and chives… who said that baby food has to be boring? Here’s what you’ll need 1 sweet potato, peeled and diced 8oz (1 cup) fresh pumpkin, diced 1 tbsp natural yogurt 1 tsp fresh chives, well chopped little pinch of ground nutmeg Combine the...

Posted on Apr 19 2008 - 10:08pm by Christine
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April 22nd is Earth Day – so we’ve put together a list of simple but effective ways in which YOU can help safeguard our environment for generations to come. Make your own baby food! (Chances are – if you’re reading this – you’re a homemade baby food chef already!). Buying commercially prepared baby food involves getting through an awful lot of packaging – not all of which is recyclable. Plus, when you make your own baby food, YOU control the portion size – which means less waste. Buy...