Healthy kid’s recipe – easy vegetable stock

These days I seem to be constantly making stock. It is so handy to have in your freezer or fridge (it will last for a good couple of days in the fridge). You can add it to sauces, to make soups with and like my idea yesterday, boil pasta in.The reason for me setting up this blog originally was that there are a) not many cookbooks out there with baby and toddler recipes and b) the ones that are out there
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Kinder Kitchen nutritional tip – pasta cooked in vegetable stock

My little boy as you may have read is not eating his 5 a day! Apart from feeding him vegetable soup packed with every vegetable in my fridge (which weirdly he has eaten mostly without objection), I have started to cook his pasta in vegetable stock as this way he gets his nutrients without even knowing it. I just add a little extra stock to the pasta once cooked so it is not too dry (although you do not need
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Kinder Kitchen nutritional tip – Parmesan cheese

Parmesan cheese is a brilliant addition to any meal. Children not only love the taste but it is packed with nutrients (protein, calcium, phosphorus and important mineral salts), it is also easily digestible and a completely natural food. Certain nutritionists say that it is the perfect food for a growing body. Sport dietitians also recommend it to athletes. Happy grating!
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Kinder Kitchen children’s party recipe – strawberries dipped in chocolate

It could not be easier. During the summer months when strawberries are abundant, tasty and not too expensive to buy, this is a great idea for a BBQ or a dessert at a children’s party. Nutritious, tasty and easy all in one. Strawberries dipped in chocolate1 punnet of strawberries1 packet of dark/milk chocolate2 tbsp water Method1. Remove the strawberries and wash them under running water. Dry them with a tea towel2. Fill a saucepan up half-way with water and bring
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Healthy kids recipe – easy home-made hamburgers

We had a BBQ today – yes it was raining but we would rarely use our BBQ if we relied on sunny weather. My kids love grilled meat and home-made hamburgers are perfect for the kids served in a burger bun and a slice of tomato.   Easy home-made burgers    Ingredients:   1 pack beef mince 2 tbsp. breadcrumbs 1 egg, beaten Salt and pepper 1 grated carrot 1 grated apple Any herb of choice   Method:  Put all
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Kinder Kitchen nutritional tip – fruit sauce

My one year old is going through a fussy stage and won’t eat much fruit. Therefore as it is the season for ice cream, I blend any really ripe fruit ( e.g. mangoes, peaches, pears) with my hand blender and pour a helping over a small scoop of ice cream for dessert and he laps it up happily
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Healthy kids recipe – My African butternut squash

Because a lot of you who visit my blog are new, I wanted to revisit some of the recipes I put up on here a couple of years ago. It is not me being lazy, but there are some lovely little recipes that you might want to try but may have missed.This one is great for babies from about 9 months to a year to get them used to garlic and ginger and the butternut squash is a very sweet
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Today’s nutritious recipe from Kinder Kitchen – lemon and mango sorbet

I love ice cream, and as a result, so do my children. I have now started making sorbet and can’t believe how long it has taken me to learn as it is really quite easy. Making your own is great as you can control what goes into it and your children get something nutritious too. Lemon and mango sorbetIngredients:3 very ripe mangoes (The Indian ones you get from a Turkish/Indian shop are the my favourite)175g sugar175ml waterJuice of 1 &1/2
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Kinder Kitchen breakfast idea – easy cheesy omelette

Most kids love eggs and they are great for breakfast or when you want to make a quick nutritious snack. In this recipe I use parmesan cheese as my two love it’s flavour and it is also very good for them. Easy cheesy omelette Ingredients: 2 eggs beatenA little butterGrated parmesanChives or parsley (optional) Method: 1. Warm the butter in a frying pan and add the beaten eggs (and herbs)2. Cook for a minute or two and when the eggs
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Today’s nutritious recipe from Kinder Kitchen – easy chicken in cheese sauce

I am really tired today and had prepared nothing for kids to eat and needed something extra easy for them so I made them my easy cheese sauce with chicken and pasta. Easy chicken in cheese sauce Ingredients: Chicken fillet (breast, thigh, leg) Tbsp butter Tbsp flour 150ml milk Grated cheese Fresh thyme (optional) Salt (optional) Method: 1. Cut the chicken into bite size pieces and fry in a little oil and once cooked put to the side 2. In
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