Eating a rainbow each day is about eating a wide variety of foods so your baby's body gets all the essential nutrients it needs. When cooking this recipe, we used purple sweet potato for added variation but regular sweet potato works great too.
When introducing new foods, it is important to make sure your baby is eating enough foods that are high in iron. This beef and veggies recipe is packed with iron from the beef and peas, as well as lots of other vital vitamins and minerals from the veggies.
This easy take on a classic French dish is quick and easy to make in the Babycook! While introducing your little one to delicious new flavours such as tarragon, you are building their palette while serving healthy and nutritious meals. With steamed broccoli and chicken in a creamy sauce, this recipe can be made as a puree or with pasta for BLW.
Kale is among the most nutrient-rich foods, meaning it is a true 'super food' for your baby. Peas are high in fibre and anti-oxidants and together with kale, will leave your baby feeling satisfied while ensuring they are filling up on the good stuff! Stir this puree through some well cooked pasta for a delicious and healthy finger food option for your little one.
A creamy (Dairy free) veggie puree will be perfect for your little one on these cold winter nights. While it packs a punch in terms of its' nutritional content, this puree is fairly flavour neutral, and therefore well tolerated by immature tastebuds!
Spinach puree is a great choice for one of the first foods for your little one - it is high in iron, zinc, folate, fibre and vitamins A & K. Try combining it with sweet potato puree for a creamier texture.
With many toddlers getting fussier as they grow, it can often help to make their food look and sound more interesting in quick and easy ways! This vegetarian, and allergy friendly recipe is quick and easy and includes a puree for babies too.