Red Cabbage and Apple
Learn how to make this simple braised cabbage and apple recipe. A perfect side dish for your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner but can be paired with load of other dishes (suggestions in post). Red cabbage, apples and balsamic vinegar are cooked together to make, this sweet and sour side dish the whole family will love.
Packed full of zucchini, carrot, bell pepper and corn, these vegetable fritters are a great finger food for babies, toddlers and big kids. Perfect as a snack, pop in the lunchbox or serve as part of a family meal. #vegetablefritters
These colourful Vegetable Quesadillas are a great way to expose your children to a range of vegetables. Loaded with vegetables and cheese they are a family-friendly lunch or dinner option. Mix and match the vegetables with what you have available or to suit taste.
Tomato Soup for Kids and Babies
This tomato soup is a healthy classic full of flavour. An easy recipe that can be made in 30mins. Blended to give a creamy texture with no cream needed! Great for families with tips on how to adapt it for serving a baby. Dairy free and gluten free
Healthy dips that encourage kids to eat more veggies. BONUS when the dips contain veggies too! This Avocado dip is easy to make and delicious. Enjoy in a range of ways.
These Savoury Waffles are packed with grated sweet potato and carrots and are a fun way to get kids to eat their veggies. They are easy to adapt and a great way to use up old vegetables. Serve at breakfast, lunch or as part of a main meal. Also great for popping in the lunchbox. Fantastic for Baby-led Weaning, toddlers and big kids.
Carrot and Orange Soup
This Carrot and Orange Soup is PERFECT for kids of al ages. The carrots and orange add a delicious sweetness to this delicately spiced soup. Pureed to make smooth, perfect for kids with texture issues.
These sweetcorn fritters are a great finger food for kids and toddlers. Delicious hot or cold, theres kid friendly vegetable fritters are so versatile. Enjoy them at breakfast, pack them into the lunchbox or make them part of a quick and easy lunch or dinner. Gluten-free and dairy-free with an egg-free substitute.
Red Lentil Lasagne
This Red Lentil Lasagne is a delicious vegetarian lasagne that the whole family are sure to enjoy. Made with red lentils which cook down to make the filling beautifully soft for babies and toddlers. Packed with vegetables which makes the sauce sweet and perfect for kids of all ages.
Curried Lentil Bake for Baby Led Weaning - Healthy Little Foodies
This lentil bake is a great finger food style lunch for kids (and adults). Packed full of lentils and veggies making it a healthy option. Great for at home or for packing in the lunchbox / picnics. A fantastic baby-led weaning lunch or dinner.
Pea and Mint Soup
This Pea and Mint soup is deliciously creamy and beautifully vibrant. The peas provide a delicate sweetness and the mint flavour is subtle.
This Cauliflower Cheese is a great way to get kids to enjoy vegetables. The cauliflower is covered in a deliciously creamy cheese sauce and baked until crispy and bubbly on top. Breadcrumbs are added to the top to give a lovely crispy topping that kids will love. It is easy an easy family recipe and makes a great side dish to a range of meals.
Puff Pastry Tarts
These super easy Puff Pastry Tarts taste amazing and are a great way to expose children to a range of vegetables. Puff pastry squared topped with pesto, roasted vegetables and mozzarella cheese. It is a flexible recipe that is easy to adapt to suit taste or to the ingredients you have available. A great kids lunch that they can prepare themselves!
Green Smoothie Pancakes - great for babies and kids
Need breakfast inspiration for your baby, toddler or child? Why not try turning a green smoothie into an easy pancake recipe. These baby-led weaning friendly pancakes contain spinach and banana for sweetness. They are a great way to start the day with some veggie goodness! Fantastic for fussy eaters, too.
Vegetable Fried Rice
This easy fried rice recipe can be made in 10 mins and can easily be adapted to suit taste. A great way to get kids eating their vegetables
Pea fritters are a great first finger food for toddlers and baby led weaning. Delicious hot or cold, these kid friendly vegetable fritters are so versatile. Enjoy them for breakfast, pack them into the lunchbox, or make them part of a quick and easy lunch or dinner. #babyledweaning