This lentil recipe is sweet, soft & smooth for babies. It’s easy to make & is packed full of vital nutrients to help them grow up strong.
Broccoli oozes with vitamin C, folic acid & iron so it’s an important veggie to add to purees. Try mashing it with potato & cheese for a classic combo.
Sweetcorn Fritters are a firm favourite with many families and are loved by children and adults alike. They make a fantastic snack and lunchbox filler and as they are quick and simple to make and can be frozen for convenience.
A powerhouse of a puree with three superfoods – salmon, broccoli, spinach. It’s important to include oily fish like salmon in your baby’s diet from 6 months as the essential fatty acids are important for their brain and visual development.
Short on time? Make a batch of this delicious tomato sauce to pour over pasta, pizza bases or meatballs. Just pop what you don’t need in the freezer until next time.
A classic Cottage Pie, sure to be a winner. For babies, chop the meat in a food processor to make it softer & for kids over 1 year, you can season with a little salt & pepper.
These make good soft finger food for little ones . A yummy combination of flavours to please your gurgling gourmet.
Chicken blends well with root veggies like carrot & sweet potato, so try this puree for a tasty intro to meat.
Babies need iron from 6 months so recipes with red meat are great options.
It’s important to introduce lots of flavours to your baby, so this recipe for My First Chicken Curry is the perfect introduction to curry and mild spice.