Teddy & Bunny Pizzas

These ted-tastic and bunny-licious pizzas are just the ticket when it comes to getting kids involved in the kitchen. Little ones will love to help mix, knead and top this too cute dinner!

Sweetcorn & Halloumi Fritters

Halloumi gives these sweetcorn fritters an added flavour boost. They are best eaten straight away, on their own or with an optional salsa or dip, or you can cook half the mixture, keeping the rest in the fridge for the next day.

Salmon In Tomato Sauce With Baby Pasta

It is important to include oily fish like salmon in your baby’s diet as it contains essential fatty acids that are vital for brain and visual development. The carrot, tomato, apple and Parmesan will encourage little ones to give fish a try if they weren’t too sure before.

Beef Biryani

A quick and simple beef curry and rice packed with flavour. A great recipe to introduce spices to your baby! Freeze the extra portions for handy future meals.

Cherub’s Chowder

This tasty chowder is suitable for babies from 7 months, but can be served as a family meal.

Chicken & Halloumi Skewers

This Japanese glaze is ideal for grilled meat, chicken or fish. It’s so easy to make – the mixture of miso, honey and mirin makes these healthy chicken skewers deliciously sticky.

Chicken & Broccoli Balls

These chicken & broccoli balls are the perfect recipe to get your little ones to start feeding themselves. Packed with loads of protein and nutrients to help them grow.

Cheese & Sweetcorn Savoury Cookies

If you always find yourself reaching for the biscuit tin, why not try this savoury healthy twist that can be made in under 15 minutes?

Superfood Veggie Croquettes

Croquette a load of this. If you want your little one to up their veggie intake, these Superfood Veggie Croquettes are as good as you can get!

Chicken & Veggie Orzo

The one pan meal you can’t say no to: This 15 minute chicken & veggie orzo laves no mess behind and has immune boosting ingredients to fight the cold.

Roasted Vegetable Soup

Revamp vegetables which are slightly past their best by roasting them in the oven. Packed with loads of nutrients from the different veggies and a punch of taste from the caramelisation roasting brings, enjoy this winter warmer essential, suitable for the whole family!

Finger Foods

If your baby is new to finger foods, start with single veggies, and I always recommend sweet root vegetables such as carrot and sweet potato. After only having naturally sweet breastmilk or formula until now, these are foods that your baby is likely to by interested in, so a great place to start.   However, …

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Hidden Veg Macaroni Cheese

If your children love mac & cheese but don’t like their veggies, this is the perfect 15 mins recipe to convert them!

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