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A member of our baby food group on Facebook asked yesterday about when babies can eat Jerusalem artichokes, so we thought it would be a good idea to give these interesting veggies a mention here on our blog today. Jerusalem artichokes – otherwise known as Sunchokes – are not related to artichokes at all. Instead, they’re members of the sunflower family!...

We received a message earlier this week from Kathy, the mother of a baby with eczema. Kathy wondered if it might be a good idea to start her little one on yogurt made with goat’s milk rather than cow’s milk, or whether she should delay yogurt altogether for the first year. Many parents seem to notice a worsening in their little ones’ eczema symptoms...

If you’re feeling the chill in your corner of the world, then we have a lovely, warming baby food recipe for you today that can do double duty as a side dish for the whole family. Suitable from 6 months onwards (once your baby has been introduced to all the ingredients separately), this is a dish that freezes well if you want to set aside portions for future use. To...

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...

We’d like to wish all of you who celebrate it a VERY¬†happy Diwali this weekend! What’s more, we even have a baby food recipe to help your little one celebrate the Festival of Lights along with you – courtesy of our visitor Asha, from India. Asha told us how Diwali is often celebrated with the consumption of lots of sweet treats and she gave us this...