Broccoli oozes with vitamin C, folic acid & iron so it’s an important veggie to add to purees. Try mashing it with potato & cheese … Continued
Blueberries have the highest antioxidant content of any fruit due the purple pigment in their skin. Give your little one a boost with this delicious … Continued
Beef is a fantastic source of iron which your baby needs from 6 months for their growth and development. Try this beginner’s beef casserole for … Continued
Is carrot a no-go in your little one’s exclusive repertoire of veggies that they actually like? These Carrot, Mango & Orange Lollies are a deliciously … Continued
There are many different ingredients you can use to make no-cook baby food, but here my favourites No-Cook Purees: Avocado & Pear, Raspberry & Banana … Continued
Nutritionally speaking, salmon & broccoli are two food heroes. These Salmon & Broccoli Croquettes are a tasty way to make sure your little one has … Continued
Help kids grow up strong with this Mushrooms & Spinach Pasta, a simple but satisfying tea. If your little ones love this pasta, next why … Continued
This ‘Eat Your Greens Puree’ will get your little ones eating their greens, by adding a little potato to pureed broccoli, onion & peas. For … Continued
Give your tea the wow factor with mini portions of cottage pie served in ramekins. Kids will love being presented with their very own individual … Continued
A two-way wonder, this Tomato, Carrot & Cheese recipe can be made into a puree or a soup, just add more stock. For another fab … Continued
A well balanced puree packed full of goodness thanks to vitamins A & C found in the fruit & veggies.
A classic cottage pie sure to be a winner. For young babies, chop the meat in a food processor to make it softer.