Making cupcakes that look like brains is fun for Halloween parties for your spooky guests.
This recipe uses cow’s milk but if you’d prefer, you can use breast or formula milk instead.
In need of lunchbox inspo? Wrap a piece of omelette in foil for your child’s packed lunch, for a nutritious & filling midday munch. Did you know that runny or soft-boiled eggs are safe for babies / toddlers to eat? Find out more here
High in omega 3, this rice salad is a healthy & nutritious lunch for on-the-go.
Liven-up soggy sandwiches with a strip or two of deliciously sweet maple cured bacon, wedged in-between fresh lettuce & juicy tomato slices.
Switch the sandwiches for wraps this lunchtime, with this sweet chilli chicken recipe guaranteed to awaken taste-buds.
Serving cooked rice with veggies is an ideal way to introduce texture to your baby’s food.
Put this veggie skeleton on your Halloween table & watch it disappear as if by magic!
Pack in your 5-a-day with these fruity flowers made out of pineapple & melon.
Miso gives this salmon a succulent flavour & keeps the fish tender. As a tip, you can buy packets of frozen edamame in Japanese food shops.
Use orzo to help introduce your baby to different textures & cook up this tasty meal using just 7 ingredients.
Transform bland veggies into fun shapes with a spiralizer. This vegetable spaghetti courgetti (spiralized courgettes) is a great recipe for guilt-free Bolognese.