Easy Green Pea Fritters – 3 Ingredient Baby Finger Food
Green pea fritters recipe – a great finger food for babies from 6 months. With only 3 ingredients, it’s dairy and gluten free.
Basil and Hummus Turkey Patties – Perfect for Baby Led Weaning
Iron rich, basil and hummus turkey patties recipe perfect for baby led weaning.
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Kid friendly iron-rich lentil salad
This kid-friendly iron-rich lentil salad is not only very nutritious, but it is also perfect for picky eaters since it can be easily deconstructed.
Ginger Soy Sauce Salmon Recipe for Kids Who Hate FishThis ginger soy sauce salmon recipe is a game-changer when it comes to kids who hate fish or adults who are bored of the old plain roasted version. It is packed with so much flavor and smells so amazing, very few people I know ever said "no" to it. And most of them...
Kid friendly quinoa salad you will loveI might have bragged on Facebook recently about how awesome my salads were and some of you asked me why I have not posted any salad recipes for quite a while. Oops 🙂 So to remedy the situation, I am over the moon to share with you my absolute favorite quinoa salad...
High fiber low sugar breakfast muffins for picky eatersYou know what is the best part of having a food and nutrition blog? You can store your favorite recipes in a place where you can always find them! And I am very excited about this new addition to my collection. These delicious low sugar high fiber muffins were a...
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Seven easy ways to add vegetables to your family mealsWe all know how hard it can be to feed our families nutritious meals. Planning, shopping, and cooking take lots of time and energy. But the good news is that to prepare a simple family meal; you do not need to spend hours in the kitchen or concoct a three-course...
Extra tender two ingredient meatballs
The meatballs are the ultimate kid-friendly iron rich food. With just 2 ingredients, tender texture and mild flavor, they are super easy to prepare.
Sneaking Veggies the Smart Way
According to a research study published in April 2011 in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, adding pureed vegetables to dishes such as casserole or macaroni and cheese results in reduced caloric intake and increased nutritive value of meals. And while this can be a great weight management technique for grown ups, when playing a “sneaky chief” with kids ‘meals, it is best to play fair.