If you are having trouble getting your little one to eat veggie purees as they prefer a sweeter flavour, then mixing fruit and veggies together often helps! As you introduce more veggies and fruit into your baby's diet, you can try different combinations too.
It's fig season! If you or someone you know has a tree full of these sweet and super healthy fruits, then you are in luck. Not only do they make an ideal fruit for babies due to their sweet and palatable flavour, they are soft and packed full of antioxidants, fibre, calcium and iron.
Trying to increase your little one's fish intake? This fish cake recipe makes a delicious meal served warm or cold and are also a great lunch box snack! If you don't have smoked trout or would prefer a different fish, tuna or smoked salmon would also work.
Does your little one eat enough fish? Fish containing omega 3 fats are good for healthy eyes and brain development and have been shown to improve cognitive function in babies and young children. In this delicious recipe, the salmon is marinated it in a sweet sauce with plenty of flavour and therefore doesn't taste too 'fishy'.