Raw chocolate balls

Suitable from 12 months

These raw chocolate balls amaze me every time I make them. I have been making them for rather a long time and I am still surprised that I can satisfy my chocolate cravings with a few nuts and dates and a couple of tablespoons of cocoa. Even more amazing is that I can also satisfy
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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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Banana & cinnamon ice cream

Suitable from 6 months

This delicious “ice cream” recipe contains just bananas, cinnamon and cardamom, with the optional addition of dried fruits and nuts.┬áIt is nutritious and a great healthy ice-cream substitute for young children and adults alike. Fussy eaters will love it! Although bananas contain a lot of natural sugar, they make a much healthier ice-cream than the
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Homemade apple sauce

Suitable from 4 months

Every mother needs a good homemade apple sauce recipe at her disposal: it’s one of the best first tastes and is super versatile. Small babies can eat this as a puree, whilst older children and the rest of the family can eat it in a variety of ways: as a puree, as a sauce to
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Homemade almond milk

Suitable from 8 months

Nut milks make a delicious and nutritious alternative to dairy milk. Almond milk has a nice creamy texture and a great nutty flavour, and works well as a stand-alone drink, on cereal or as a replacement for dairy milk in other recipes. Be sure to save the leftover pulp – it can be dried and
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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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