Great for rushed evenings and full of lovely fresh ingredients. The chilli itself is full of flavour but not spicy-hot, so add some extra chilli flakes to yours if you wish! I like to serve it with rice and avocado.
This recipe features the classic combination of cherry and almond. It’s perfect for quickly making the night before, ready for breakfast the next day. These aren’t too messy so great for wrapping up and taking out with you too.
Beyond porridge, shop bought cereals that are suitable for babies can be really expensive. Why not make your own? This muesli-style cereal can be served warm or cold. Make it thick enough to stick to the spoon for easier self feeding or loaded spoons. Store the dry cereal in a...
I’ve been following @corianderwitheverything for a long time. I love her colourful, plant based dishes. This recipe is perfect for the early days of introducing solids, and makes a great alternative to shop bought rice cakes.
I love the inclusion of avocado in these gluten-free muffins by @feedinglittleones. These can be kept in the fridge for up to 3 days and can also be frozen. Mixture makes enough for 6 large muffins or 12 mini ones.
Katherine of @a_norfolk_mum_and_son has several allergies which she has to consider when cooking for her family. These delicious pancakes can be enjoyed by her whole family. The recipe makes around 8 pancakes, so double up if you want more!
I love this recipe by @babyledweaningandbeyond. The salmon is so soft and juicy and the whole meal is colourful and bold with flavour. Chilli is fine to add to meals, just keep it mild and only add a pinch for warmth. This recipe is for a family of four.
Here is my take on the classic dish. It isn’t fancy, nor is it particularly authentic, but it is delicious and perfect for busy evenings or batch cooking. I make it thick and don’t over stir, keeping the mince chunky and just dry enough for baby to pick up. Serve...