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...

Some recipes on our website include yogurt as an ingredient. If you’ve ever cooked with yogurt before – and particularly if you’ve added it quite early in the recipe – you might have noticed that yogurt can curdle or ‘split’ when used in this way. To prevent this happening, only use full-fat yogurt (in other words, yogurt made...

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...

Posted on Aug 3 2016 - 5:04am by Christine
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Have you ever watched your little one trying to pick up pieces of slippery food, like banana, peach or avocado? It can be pretty difficult – and doesn’t your heart go out to him when he almost gets the food into his mouth… only for it to slide right back through his fingers? But you can make things a little easier for him! (This is a tip that appears...

We recently received a question from a Mum who wanted to cook a stew for her family, using red wine as an ingredient. She wanted to know whether or not the stew would be safe for her one year old son to enjoy. This was our reply, which may be useful for other Mums who also wonder about this… When you cook with alcohol, most of the alcohol evaporates during...