Rosemary & black pepper crackers

Suitable from 10 months

These crackers are great as a convenient, nutritious snack, either at home or on the go. They are grain-free, gluten-free and high in (nut) protein. They are baked, which some would say is not optimal for health, but they are still far better for you than any commercial cracker out there. These crackers are made
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Raw raspberry & cashew balls

Suitable from 12 months

I often make snacks for my son out of dried fruit and nuts, especially as they are so easy to pack and take along when we’re out and about exploring. These usually turn out really tasty – always a bit different, depending on what fruit or nuts we happen to have at home just then
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Apricot, coconut & walnut cookies

Suitable from 12 months

It is always useful to have a good cookie recipe to hand, especially when you have children. You never know when your husband or one of your children might unexpectedly bring home a guest, or a friend will pop in unannounced. Swedish winters are long and dark, so there are plenty of opportunities for cosy
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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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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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Avocado & strawberry smoothie

Suitable from 8 months

I made up this avocado smoothie one day when my son was going through a fussy patch because of his teeth and didn’t want to eat anything except cold dairy and fruit. It is perfectly normal but nevertheless worrying when a baby with a previously voracious appetite suddenly refuses to eat anything but yogurt and
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