Hello again! So I have decided to do a little food art series which might help some of you with fussy toddlers and kids. Today I’m going to start with two nursery rhyme inspired plates that went down a treat with L. As I’ve said before, these are just suggestions that might help with fussy… Continue reading Food Art Series. Part 1
One of the main cupboard staples in this house are nut butters. I’ve given them to both the babies from about 6 1/2 months old on toast, in porridge, and with fruit. It’s a wonderful way of getting protein into the little ones and giving them the taste of nuts without giving them the whole… Continue reading We’re nuts about nut butter!
Would you believe that until today I have never had ratatouille? I know, I know but honestly it’s not something that has ever really piqued my interest. However the babies are obsessed with the Disney film Ratatouille so I decided to attempt to recreate the version from the movie. This was surprisingly delicious for something… Continue reading Cheap and Easy Ratatouille
Hello Again, I took a little break from the kitchen last week (not literally!) but I’m back creating some new exciting recipes this week! First up is these seriously yummy broccoli burgers/balls. Not only are they super tasty but they are packed full of the good stuff for your little ones. These are great on… Continue reading Broccoli Burgers
Hello Again! With Easter nearly upon us, I have been in the kitchen experimenting with some Easter themed food art! As always I want the food the babies eat to be free from refined sugar and unprocessed. I know there will be a lot of oppurtunities for chocolate over the Easter period and I want… Continue reading Easter themed food art for kids
Hello again! So with Paddy’s Day fast approaching, and with many people around the world preparing to butcher the Irish name of Patrick into some derivative form of Patricia, I have been experimenting with some St Patrick’s day inspired food. A lovely member of our Facebook page suggested I try a green waffles as a… Continue reading Paddy’s Day Waffles and Food Art
This pudding is not only refined sugar free but also contains all the goodness of avocado and chia! Who knew eating chocolate could be so healthy! This pudding needs to set in the fridge overnight to give the chia seeds time to plump up. I use glass jars with lids to store these. They can… Continue reading Chocolate Avocado Chia seed Pudding