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Trio of Root Veg Puree

Root veggies puree to a smooth consistency, making them an ideal first food. Mix it up by switching the sweet potato for pumpkin or swede.

Beef Lasagne

Iron stores tend to be low after giving birth so it’s a good idea to include recipes with red meat like this delicious lasagne.

Chinese Fish Fillets

New to fish? This recipe will convert you. The sauce is delicious, quick to make & is very easy to prepare. It’s a winner!

Apricot Dijon Drumsticks

Chicken drumsticks are the ultimate lunch staple & this coating is deliciously sweet & sour, making them 100% irresistible.

Tasty Beef Tagine with Sweet Potato

Babies are pretty open to accepting new tastes between 6 – 12 months, so use this opportunity to introduce new flavours like the spices in this Moroccan-style tagine.

My Favourite Frittata

Quick & easy but utterly delicious, fritatta’s are brilliant additions to lunchboxes or picnic hampers. “Did you know that runny or soft-boiled eggs are safe for babies / toddlers to eat? Find out more here”

Summer Fruit Jelly

Make jelly that wibbles & wobbles for your team of tots. Top with a spoonful of yoghurt, cream & some fresh berries.

Mini Bunny Quiches

Why not try these bunnylicious savoury serves this spring?  They also make for a great alternative in your picnic spread.

Annabel’s Chinese-Style Fish Fillets

Tonight is the night to tackle your own version of a healthy take-out! Annabel’s Chinese Style Fish Fillets is great for younger family members who are new to fish or perhaps not quite convinced – this tasty Chinese take-away ‘treat’ is sure to convert them. It’s an absolute winner!

Beef Croquettes

I’m all about using up the leftovers! So, if you have any roast beef going spare, transform it into these tasty croquettes. They are super tasty and you can freeze them once cooked and cooled, simply by reheating them in the oven when needed.