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Zucchini Mini Loaf

Last month, we went on a roadtrip to visit friends and family and needed to have nutritious, easily portable foods for all of us. I packed lots of fruit and made some amazing Zucchini mini loaves to take with us. They are a complete meal and are so easy to make.

That’s the beauty of Baby Led Weaning… whole foods, that the entire family can enjoy!

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Corn, Quinoa and Lentil Fritters

You’ve just woken up…or should I say, have just BEEN woken up and the kids are ‘hangry’! You shuffle into the kitchen and put the kettle on, look in the fridge, the cupboards and the same old cereal and toast is completely unappealing to everyone….

What about a corn fritter with your eggs instead of toast?! Not just any corn fritter, one packed with Lentils, Quinoa and Beans!! A great way of adding a little more protein into the kids’ diets without them even knowing. They are particularly great for Baby-Led Weaning as you can make them smaller for tiny hands!

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Banana & Chicken Curry

Who doesn’t love a curry?!

Just because you have kids doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your favourite flavours. It’s actually a great opportunity to add new and different flavours to your little one’s diet. Start with mild curries that have fruit in them and increase the intensity over time as your kids get used to the heat and flavours.

Besides being a delicious treat on a cold evening, curries have numerous health benefits such as boosting bone health, protecting the immune system from bacterial infections, and helping to increase the liver’s ability to remove toxins from the body. So, with all those amazing benefits in mind, here’s a hearty, healthy, dairy and gluten-free taste sensation. My family loves it and I’m sure yours will too! Continue reading