Scroll to Top

Barley is a type of grain you may not have considered serving as a breakfast cereal. Rich in fibre and minerals, it also contains B vitamins – and it has a lovely nutty flavour. Most of us are familiar with pearl barley, which is most commonly used in soups and stews. And whilst pearl barley may be nutritious, an even better choice (if you can find it) is hulled...

Breakfast has always been one of our babies’ favourite meals of the day, probably because it comes after a good night’s sleep (we hope!) and...

Julie Harris from London in the UK wrote to us yesterday to ask what she could substitute for eggs in recipes that need a binding agent. There is a history of food allergy in Julie’s family and she has decided to delay the introduction of eggs to her son Joshua (egg whites are a common allergen). Here are a few simple ideas for alternatives to egg that you can use...

Today we have a wonderful pancake recipe for you that uses NO sugar, No eggs and would make a great finger food for older babies! This recipe was sent...

We received a message yesterday from Stephanie in the US, asking which are the best types of apples and pears to use in baby food recipes. We thought...