Kinder Kitchen breakfast idea – greek yoghurt with mango and honey

My daughter has finally had enough of  shreddies for breakfast. At one point that is all she would eat. So I can start being adventurous. Mango is always a winner with her! Today she had greek yoghurt, fresh mango and honey. (tinned mango is also good)
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Kinder kitchen Healthy kid’s recipes – healthy breakfast – readybreak with raisins and honey

Readybreak with raisins and honey I find it difficult to vary my children’s breakfast everyday so I will sometimes try and give you inspiration in the mornings with breakfast ideas. Please post your ideas too as I find breakfast is the one meal that many of us mums struggle with. Today Louis had readybreak with raisins and honey and gobbled it up happily!
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Kinder Kitchen Healthy Kid’s Recipe – easy leek and potato soup

Of all the soups I make, this is an easy one and one that my kids love. This recipe makes enough for all the family with lots left over. I usually freeze some and the rest can be kept in the fridge for a good couple of days. Easy leek and potato soup Ingredients: 2 tbsp butter 1 clove garlic (crushed or grated) 1 lb (pound) leeks (2-3 depending on size) 1 lb (pound) potatoes (3-4 depending on size) 1
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Today’s nutritious recipe from Kinder Kitchen – easy courgette and chocolate cake

Now, most of the recipes I put up onto my blog are simple and healthy. This is simple to make but maybe not the healthiest. This is something for us mums but the kids will enjoy too. Not only are you getting your chocolate fix, but your children are getting some greens at the same time. The sunflower oil ensures that the cake stays moist. Dark chocolate is healthier than milk chocolate as it has a higher cocoa level. It also
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Healthy Kid’s Recipe – Natasha’s easy and delicious salad dressing

I  love salad. In fact, life without salad for me would be a very miserable one. During the summer months, I will eat salad with most meals. My two little ones haven’t quite yet got the taste for it but I do try now and again giving them a little salad with my dressing, hoping one day they will love it as much as me! In my opinion the key to a fantastic dressing is sugar. Getting the acidity (from
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Healthy kids recipe – easy drop scones with strawberries

Healthy kids recipe – easy drop scones with strawberriesWhen I get the time, we all like to eat fresh drop scones for breakfast. I am always saying that things are easy but these really are. You literally put all the ingredients in a bowl, mix and cook in a frying-pan – your kids will love them! Ingredients:A small mug of self-raising flour A small mug of milk2 eggsA pinch of salt (optional)A handful of strawberriesA drizzle of honey Preparation:1. Place all the
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Today’s nutritious recipe from Kinder Kitchen – banana and avocado mash for babies

Ripe avocado Banana and avocado mash (+ 6 months) Both my children loved this meal as babies. It is easy, nutritious and delicious all in one and the avocados add a creaminess to the meal which babies love. Ingredients: 1/2 a ripe banana1/2 a ripe avocado 2 tablespoons breast/formula milk Method: Peel the banana and remove the avocado flesh from it’s skin Place the banana and avocado in a bowl with the milk and mash with a folk to a smooth
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Kinder Kitchen Healthy Kids Recipe – milkshake for toddlers

Berry delight My one year old is not drinking his milk at the moment so I am making him daily milkshakes so that he gets the milk he needs to help him grow. It is the season for summer berries so all is good! Ingredients: A handful of strawberries A handful of blueberriesHalf a banana chopped1/5 muh of milk Method: Wash the fruit and place in a container with the banana. Add the milk and blend with a hand blender
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Kinder Kitchen nutritional tip – sesame seeds

Sesame seeds My kids love home made fish fingers or chicken breast in breadcrumbs. I like to add sesame seeds to the breadcrumbs as they add a lovely nutty flavour, give the coating more of a crisp and are very nutritional. Nutrients: Source of calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, vitamin B1, zinc, dietary fiber, manganese, copper
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Kinder Kitchen Healthy Kid’s Recipe – easy vegetable soup

yummy green soup My one year old will not eat vegetables with his meals. He throws anything green in colour on to the floor. To make sure he gets his weekly nutrients I make a soup containing lots of goodies. This broccoli soup has been my lifesaver and by adding grated cheese on top it seems to work. Croutons are also a winner as they like picking them out. Give it a try, you never know!   Easy vegetable soup  
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