Reaching that all important milestone of weaning your baby is a key moment for every parent. It’s exciting and full of fun, but it can also be a little daunting. Fear not! Annabel’s got you covered with her top 10 weaning recipes to help you and your little one get started on your weaning adventure!
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Top 10 recipes to get you started on your weaning journey
Baby’s First Bolognese Sauce
Babies need all-important iron introduced into their diet from 6 months so recipes such as this classic baby-friendly beef Bolognese is a great option to help up their intake during weaning.
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One of Annabel’s most popular weaning recipes and suitable from 6 months. Sweet, soft and smooth, this vegetarian-friendly puree is packed with vital nutrients such as protein, iron and fibre for your growing baby.
Did you know that you can make the freshest, healthiest lollies with just a few ingredients? These zero-sugar fruit and veggie lollies are delicious and not only a healthy treat but will also soothe sore gums if your little one is teething.
From around 9 months, babies can start to join in on family mealtimes and this recipe is sure to be your family’s new go-to! Packed full of flavour with a simple and fresh carrot and tomato sauce – it’ll be clean plates all round!
Root vegetables are a great first food for your baby as they puree to a smooth consistency. Plus, the winning combination of butternut squash and carrot paired with tomatoes, basil and cheese is sure to liven up baby’s taste buds!
Nutritionally speaking, salmon and broccoli are two food heroes. These croquettes are the perfect finger food recipe for baby-led weaning and a tasty way to ensure your baby is getting a good dose of essentially fatty acids (and those all-important greens!)