Purple chia seed pudding

Suitable from 8 months

My 4-year old son is becoming a real foodie. His new favourite breakfast is chia seed pudding. His little sister likes it too. They put it on their breakfast request list a couple of times per week and since it is so nutritious and easy to make, it really has become a family favourite. There
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Gluten-free banana pancakes

Suitable from 4 months

Ah pancakes. In the UK pancakes are usually eaten or breakfast or dessert or – as in my family – once a year on shrove Tuesday. In Sweden, sweet pancakes are often served as lunch, especially in schools and on children’s lunch menus in restaurants, cafes and play centres. We are a gluten-free family, so
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Delicious turmeric banana lassi

Suitable from 8 months

The days are getting shorter and darker as winter approaches and we are spending much more time indoors than we did during the summer. It’s the season of cosy ‘fika’ as they say in Sweden, which roughly means ‘to drink coffee with squash’, usually accompanied by something sweet. For us it just means an excuse
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Semolina porridge with forest berry compote

Suitable from 6 months

For breakfast porridges, this is one of our favorites as it’s quick and easy to make. There’s also a sentimental thing to it as this was the kind of porridge I was sometimes served for dinner at my grandparents when I was little. Still to date I think it makes a nice breakfast porridge for
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Baby omelette

Suitable from 6 months

Eggs can be one of baby’s first foods, which nowadays means around 6 months of age unless like me you wean a little earlier because your baby is hyperventilating at the mere sight of your dinner. A 2008 study found no benefit to delaying egg introduction in babies who had no known risk of allergy,
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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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Bircher muesli

Suitable from 6 months

Give your little ones a great start to the day with this quick & easy, delicious variation of the famous Bircher muesli. Even fussy eaters are sure to love it. We know of dads who were asked to finish a baby’s leftover portion at breakfast and have requested their own bowl the next morning! Older
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Savoury muffins

Suitable from 8 months

These wonderfully moist and tasty muffins are a favourite with my son and his buddies. They make great picnic food (adult picnics included!), but can also be enjoyed on the side of any soup or simply as an in–between snack. They freeze well in a large bag or container and can easily be defrosted individually
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Amaranth & pear porridge

Suitable from 6 months

Amaranth is a little known South-American seed, which is currently enjoying a renaissance. Amaranth is high in protein, making it the perfect balanced baby porridge as well as a nutritious breakfast for the rest of the family. The protein helps to balance blood sugar, resulting in a slow release carbohydrate that will keep little (and
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