This versatile recipe can be served with rice, potato wedges or in wraps with guacamole and grated cheese. This dish is simple and easy to eat, but full of goodness and flavour. The recipe makes enough for the whole family, so just scale down as needed.
This chuck-it-in-the-slow-cooker recipe contains 7 different kinds of veg! It’s worth noting that it makes double the amount that my usual recipes do, so you should have enough for at least two meals for your whole family.
A classic ‘kids’ curry! Creamy and a little bit sweet, this is a perfect curry for beginners. I recommend slicing prawns lengthways until babies and toddlers have enough teeth to bite through them safely.
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 is what I make when my girls are poorly. It is so warming and comforting. I serve it thick for little ones but thin it out as you wish. This recipe cooks enough for two adults and two little ones, plus some spare.
YES you can give your baby steak! Choose super high-quality, thin steak and cook it well (and by that I don’t mean cook it ‘to death’!). Steak Chimichurri is one of my favourite dishes, but in its original form would be too salty and spicy for a baby. This version...