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Today’s recipes uses just 3 ingredients to produce tasty, easy-to-eat little muffins your baby will love. Although they may look like them, these aren’t muffins in the traditional sense – they contain no flour and the texture is very light and fluffy. This makes them ideal for babies who need to avoid gluten or wheat   babies who are new...

Posted on Apr 19 2018 - 1:48pm by Christine
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A good, homemade fish cake tastes nothing like its store-bought counterpart – and, in our opinion, fishcakes are sadly underrated as a delicious and satisfying food. This recipe combines the goodness of both fish AND sweet potato – creating a meal that’s nutritious and perfect for babies who like to feed themselves! This recipe makes three fish cakes,...

Posted on Jan 15 2018 - 11:47am by Christine
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Today we have another tasty recipe for you created by mommy Katte Shannon from Canada. Katte – a visitor to our website – kindly shared three wonderful recipes last week for finger foods made with leftover purees. Today’s recipe is for another finger food, this time using a fruit puree and peanut butter. Peanut butter used to be a big no-no as a...

Today we have three delicious finger food recipes for you, which all contain leftover purees. These wonderful recipes were created by a visitor to our site, Katte Shannon from Canada. When Katte’s little one began feeding herself and had no more interest in using a spoon, Katte set about finding a way to use up the veggie purees she had already prepared. The...

Posted on Dec 4 2017 - 12:02pm by Christine
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Brown rice is highly nutritious, rich in B vitamins, iron, fibre and essential fatty acids. Its benefits far exceed those of white rice, which is basically just brown rice with most of its goodness removed! The flavour of brown rice is quite different to white, and it can be hard as an adult to make the switch if you’re accustomed to enjoying only white rice...