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.
This breakfast smoothie contains strawberries, banana, yoghurt, milk and oats to make a filling and healthy breakfast alternative for your little one. Perfect for busy mornings before work or childcare, this smoothie only takes a couple of minutes to make in the Babycook.
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.