A softer and lower sugar alternative to traditional gingerbread. Perfect at Christmas (or at any other time of the year!). Hope your own little Hansel or Gretel doesn’t leave a trail of crumbs for you to follow…!
Who doesn’t love a good fruit crumble? Choose the ripest, juiciest strawberries you can get for this very simple recipe. Absolutely no extra sugar needed! This is a nice one for toddlers or older children to make.
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.