THE BABY COOK

Orange, Red and Purple Puree

Orange, Red and Purple Puree

Anyone else's toddler only like to eat white foods? Here, we have come up with some delicious recipes for an orange pumpkin and sweet potato puree, a red rhubarb and strawberry puree and a purple/blue puree of blackberries and blueberries, all made in the Babycook of course!
Eat a Rainbow!

Eat a Rainbow!

The term 'Eat a rainbow' is used as a way to get children to eat more fruit and vegetables. We know fruits and vegetables are full of fibre and essential vitamins and minerals. But the chemicals that give fruits and vegetables their vibrant colours (called phytochemicals) have some pretty special qualities, too.
Watermelon and Mint Granita

Watermelon and Mint Granita

This recipe for a refreshing Beaba Babycook® dessert is perfect for the whole family, and with no added sugar, it is a guilt free option for a hot day! 

  1. Wash the watermelon, cut a slice carefully and remove any seeds with a teaspoon.
  2. Then cut the watermelon into small pieces.
  3. Place the pieces of watermelon and a handful of mint into the Babycook® mixer bowl and mix, adding water if necessary.
    Rice Porridge with Pear Puree

    Rice Porridge with Pear Puree

    Follow this quick and easy recipe on your Beaba Babycook to create sweet and smooth pear puree with rice porridge, suitable to introduce as a first food for infants from between 4 and 6 months and can then be enjoyed by babies of all ages.
    Yoghurt with Berry Compote

    Yoghurt with Berry Compote

    This berry compote is perfect for babies but also doubles as a delicious treat for the rest of the family to enjoy. Try making this compote for baby to serve with natural yoghurt, or mix it into smoothies or ice cream for yourself!