A quick, delicious and nutritious alternative to smoothies, Chia Puddings are easy to make. If you have never made them before, they will become your new go-to breakfast that can also double as a dessert too!
Suitable for the whole family, this chocolate mousse contains no added sugar and made from just three household ingredients in a couple of minutes, will become your new go-to when you want a quick snack or dessert for your little one.
While jelly is a favourite of many families, it is full of sugar, preservatives and additives. Making your own is not only cheaper, it will ensure you know exactly what’s in every mouthful your little one eats.
While the festive season is a great time for your baby to try new foods, dessert can be a little tricky. Between the brandy cream, custard, butter and plum pudding, which are all full of Brandy, you may wish to create an alcohol-free plum pudding suitable for toddlers and young children.
These Apple and Cinnamon Pikelets are the perfect finger food for babies and infants who are learning to self feed. Full of fibre from fresh apples and protein from the egg, they will leave your little one feeling fuller for longer.
As the weather heats up, this Berry Frozen Yoghurt recipe is super quick and easy to make and will cool your little ones down without the guilt! While we know babies, toddlers and growing children need plenty of dairy, we also want to avoid as much added sugars as possible, which is what makes frozen yoghurt the perfect compromise!