Sometimes you may need to freeze baked meals – like lasagna – for your baby… particularly if you like to cook in bulk ahead of time. But if you’re short of baking dishes, then it can limit how many meals you can freeze in one go. So here’s a tip to free-up your baking dishes AND a little freezer space at the same time! Before you start...

Today’s recipe is for a very simple combination of apples and raisins, which together make a wonderful puree that’s delicious served either warm or cold. It’s perfect for babies from 6 months+. Here’s what you’ll need…  1 apple, peeled, cored and diced* 1 oz raisins 2 tbsp water tiny pinch of nutmeg and cinnamon (optional) *...

Megan from Cornwall in the UK asked us I just bought some fresh pears for my daughter, Casey, and they are really ripe and juicy. Is it absolutely necessary to cook them for her, or can babies eat pears raw? The reason you’re often told to cook fruits for your baby is that the cooking process both softens the fruit and breaks down its cell structure, making...

Adding fresh herbs to your baby’s food is a great way to add flavour WITHOUT adding salt. Depending on where you are in the world, however, certain fresh herbs may not be available to you all year round. OR – you may have bought more of a particular herb than you can use for the recipe you’re making and need a way to prolong its life! So it’s...

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. This recipe makes one serving and is best when freshly prepared. Here’s what you’ll need…  1/2 peach, pitted 2...