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.
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.
Many babies become constipated when first introduced to solid foods. Their digestive system is processing all sorts of things they haven't been exposed to before, and sometimes it can leave them with tummy pains and feeling a little backed up. Here are three tried and tested foods to help you, help your little one including a Babycook recipe for Pear and Prune Puree.
This refreshing gluten and dairy free smoothie made in the Beaba Babycook will leave your toddler wanting more, while also hiding their own little secret - it is packed full of veggies as well as fruit!
Whether it's one of baby's first foods, or you are making apple sauce to go with pork for the whole family, there is no simpler and easier way to make your own homemade apple puree, than by using the Babycook.
This healthy Beaba Babycook muffin recipe will be a hit with the whole family! Inspired by the Cadbury chocolate bar, but made with real cherries and no added sugar, they are light, fluffy, and made with minimal effort.
These Blueberry Pancakes are perfect for babies and infants who are learning to self feed or BLW. Apart from being good for you, they also make a great entertaining food so make the mixture ahead of time and refrigerate.