Healthy kids recipes – banana and honey toast

Healthy kids recipes – banana and honey toast Both my children refused to eat what I served them last night. Well, my four year old said yuck and my younger one followed suit – great! Not having been shopping for a couple of days and not wanting them to go to bed on an empty stomach, I improvised. I don’t usually give in to their fussy eating food whims as this is a recipe for disaster, but I had had
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Fun kids food – easy gingerbread biscuits

Fun kids food – easy gingerbread biscuits A friend recently asked me for an easy recipe for children’s biscuits, as she wanted to do some baking with her boy. I made these last Christmas and they were a winner in that my daughter loved making them, in a sealed container they stayed fresh for at least a week and are delicious for children and adults alike. Easy gingerbread biscuits Ingredients:100g soft butter110g caster sugar225g plain flour1 teaspoon baking powder1 egg2
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Healthy kids recipe – easy sweet potato and lentil puree

Healthy kids recipe – easy sweet potato and lentil puree A mum recently contacted me via my facebook page asking for recipes for purees for babies from 6 months old. Below is a great little recipe to start your baby off on. In my experience, babies love sweet potatoes as, like their name, they are sweet, very delicious and also extremely nutritious. Ingredients:1 medium sweet potato (200g)50g ready to cook lentils, washed and drainedChicken/vegetable stock or water Method: Peel and
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Healthy kids recipe – easy banana cake

Healthy kids recipe – easy banana cake I posted this recipe on here two years ago and I bake it often, especially when I have some overripe bananas in the fruit bowl. This recipe is a winner with babies, children and adults alike. Great for an afternoon snack or dessert and so quick and easy to make. Ingredients: 4 oz butter 2 oz sugar (the original recipe has 4 oz but I feel this is too much for babies and
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Kinder Kitchen weaning help

I really enjoyed weaning my first child although I know a lot of my friends found it stressful – partly because they did not know where to start or enjoy cooking for themselves let alone the responsibility of weaning their baby onto solids. There is so much in the press about a healthy lifestyle. 5-a-day, we must eat green vegetables, no salt, etc etc. Our mothers and fathers brought us up very differently and I know I was given what
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Healthy kid’s recipe – easy blackberry and lemon sorbet

Well, since I started making my own sorbet, I can’t stop. It is not only tastier and healthier as there are no additives, I can’t believe how easy it is. Some of my friends say – ‘well you say it is easy’ – but it is like anything, once you have had a go a couple of times it becomes second nature. This recipe is great as it gives the kids an extra boost of vitamin C because of the
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Healthy kid’s recipe – easy banana and carrot muffins

Well, believe it or not I have never been much of a baker. Yes, I make cakes and apple pies and have made the odd biscuit and brownie, but savoury cooking has always been my strength. I want to change this now, although my waistline may disagree. A fellow mum Louise gave me this recipe which I have lightly tweaked. And yes, there are more than 6 ingredients but all needed here! Easy banana and carrot muffins Ingredients: 75g melted
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