Kinder Kitchen cooking tip – using scissors instead of a knife

Scissors are a great alternative to knives when chopping herbs, the fat off bacon and ham, anchovies, sun dried tomatoes and spring onions and all the other foods you can think of
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Kinder Kitchen Baby Food Idea – rice pudding for babies with pear

Rice pudding (from 9 months plus) Ingredients:30 grams of pudding rice300ml milk1/4 tsp. of cinnamonA pinch of nutmeg1 grated pear Preparation and cooking:1. Place the rice and milk into a saucepan2. Cook for a couple of minutes then add the cinnamon, nutmeg and grated pear and place the lid on the saucepan. Cook on a low heat for 30 minutes or until cooked (check on the rice and give it a stir every five minutes or so.3. Serve on its own once cooled
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Kinder Kitchen healthy kids recipe – easy vegetable stock

Basic vegetable (suitable for babies from four months plus) This is my easy basic recipe for vegetable stock. Of course, you can add anything you wish to this including a number of fresh herbs such as thyme and parsley. It is a great way of using up vegetables that are going off and need using up. Instead of just using the stock liquid for sauces and stews, you could just get a hand blender and blend the ingredients once cooked
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Kinder Kitchen cooking tip – Rapeseed oil

Rapeseed oil is a new great alternative to olive oil. Also known as canola oil, it contains both omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids in a ratio of 2:1 and is second only to flax oil in omega-3 fatty acid. Canola oil’s proponents claim that it is one of the most heart-healthy oils and has been reported to reduce cholesterol levels
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Today’s nutritious Kinder Kitchen recipe – apple pancakes

Apple pancakes   Ingredients:   1 egg 3 heaped tbsp. of plain flour 1 mug of milk A little butter 1 apple, quartered and thinly sliced   Method: Whisk the egg, flour and milk into a smooth consistency Heat the pan until hot and add the butter Add enough of the pancake mixture to cover the bottom of the frying pan Add the sliced apple on top When browned turn and brown the other side. Serve straight away.  Serve once
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Kinder Kitchen healthy Kids Recipe – Okra with tomatoes and thyme

Living in London allows me to use ingredients from all around the world. I love okra (ladies fingers) but do not cook them enough – well hardly ever. I bought a tin of them in Tesco’s the other day and thought I’d add them to the basic tomato sauce recipe whilst adding a little fresh thyme. It is delicious. Okra with tomatoes and thyme (9 months +) Ingredients:I tin of okra or 10 fresh okra/ladies fingers1 tin of tomatoes½ a
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Kinder Kitchen Healthy Kids recipe – ways to jazz up yoghurt

Buying individual pots of yoghurt can be expensive so I generally buy the 500ml pots of plain yoghurt and add things to it for my little girl. It is also a healthier option as it does not then contain so many of the additives and sweetners that potted yoghurts have in them. There are so many ways of making it more tasty. Here are some examples: Add half a passion fruit Some tinned or fresh peeled peaches Strawberries Blueberries Mashed banana
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Today’s nutritius recipe from Kinder Kitchen – easy lamb kebabs

Lamb kebabs (1 year +) These are so easy to make and so delicious. Remember this is just a guideline and you can add anything you wish or replace any of the ingredients with your own take on the recipe. Fresh mint is also a lovely accompaniment to this dish. Ingredients:300 grams of lamb mince1 heaped tsp of paprika (optional)½ a medium onion chopped finely1 small crushed clove of garlicThyme from 6 sprigs or a tablespoon of dried thymeFresh black
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Kinder Kitchen cooking tip – anything with a sauce

I have found that babies and toddlers love sauces. Dry food can be quite difficult to chew but with a sauce it goes down a lot easier. My daughter definitely loves her food with sauces. To prevent you from making a fresh sauce every day, once a month make a large pot of tomato sauce, cheese sauce, chicken stock/gravy and anything else you like to make and divide it into individual batches and freeze it. When you need to use
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Kinder Kitchen finger food – eggy bread fingers

Eggy bread fingers Ingredients:2 slices of bread with their crusts cut off1 egg30ml formula or cows milkButter Preparation and cooking:1. Slice the bread into fingers2. Beat the egg and milk together3. Dip the bread fingers one by one into the egg mixture coating both sides4. Heat some butter in a frying pan and fry the bread fingers on both sides until brown. Serving suggestions:Serve on their own or with baked beans
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