Egg chicks

Suitable from 6 months

We made these cute egg chicks the other day and my son was so excited, so I had to share. This is not a real recipe as such but inspiration for a snack that I’m sure your kids will love as well! How will you be serving your eggs this Easter? 🙂 Note: Eggs are
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Lamb & beetroot burgers

Suitable from 10 months

Whenever we are stuck for ideas for dinner and the day is getting late, we make burgers. Not just any old burgers, but a burger recipe my husband concocted a few years ago, one we haven’t yet managed to beat. We made them again tonight and I suddenly wondered why we hadn’t shared this recipe
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Flourless zucchini muffins

Suitable from 8 months

Most parents love the idea of their children munching away happily on vegetables and I am no exception. My son loves vegetables, but for those who don’t I am not adverse to being a bit sneaky by hiding vegetables in yummy dishes and hoping they will like them. That way your children will become accustomed
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Chicken, garlic & coconut burgers

Suitable from 10 months

It is very easy to make the same “trademark dish” over and over again, particularly when you are a busy mother or father with demanding little mouths to feed. We often make homemade burgers of some sort when we are in a rush because they are very easy and quick to make and since there
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Chocolate & walnut muesli

Suitable from 12 months

In case you haven’t noticed, I love experimenting. When I’m in a creative food mood, I can’t think of anything better than opening my drawers and cupboards and concocting something new from the ingredients inside. This also happens when I’ve run out of the ingredients I usually use for a particular recipe. I’ve been on
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Spelt porridge with apricots & nuts

Suitable from 6 months

Spelt is an ancient grain which is native to southern Europe, where it has been used for millenniums. It has a high nutritional value – even the Roman armies carried it with them to nourish them on their long tours! Spelt has a slightly nutty flavor and is easily digestible – many people sensitive to
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Mini quesadillas

Suitable from 12 months

The world’s fastest snack, and a great way to introduce your little ones to some tasty tex-mex! These crispy mini quesadillas are cooked up in no time and are the perfect finger food for little hands. They’re equally popular with grown-ups – as an in-between snack or for the party buffet. Recipe tips Vary the
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Moroccan apricot chicken tagine

Suitable from 6 months

The Moroccan cuisine is said to be one of the best and most evolved in the whole world. The country has been exposed to many different cultures over the centuries, and the result is a rich cuisine with many wonderful spices and colours. Tagines or tajines are slow cooked stews traditionally prepared in a special
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Gluten-free fish fingers

Suitable from 6 months

This fish finger recipe has a delicate flavor, is soft and easy to chew and is a firm favourite with my son and all of his friends. As a bonus, the fish fingers are gluten-free since they are made with almond flour. Recipe tips Normal flour is cheaper, so for those on a budget or with
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Colorful vegetable risotto

Suitable from 6 months

This colourful version of the classic italian risotto has a nice creamy texture and is a great way to sneak extra vegetables into your little ones. The slightly sticky consistence is perfect for small toddlers learning to feed themselves with a spoon! Recipe tips You can replace the vegetables used in this recipe with any
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Carrot puree

Suitable from 4 months

Everything you feed your baby during his first month or two of eating solids will be pureed or mashed with a fork, like this carrot puree. If using a vegetable that needs to be cooked, lightly steaming it will retain its nutrients and its flavour. There is no need to purchase a fancy steamer, a
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Gluten-free chicken, apple & pear balls

Suitable from 6 months

This delicious recipe is nutritious and makes a great first finger food for young children. It is the perfect way to sneak fruits and/or vegetables into those who are in a “no-vegetable” stage. Even fussy eaters have screeched for asked politely for more at our house. Recipe tips These chicken balls can be eaten hot
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