THE BABY COOK

Three Foods to Feed your Baby to help beat Constipation

Three Foods to Feed your Baby to help beat Constipation

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.

Beef, Pumpkin and Beans Puree

Beef, Pumpkin and Beans Puree

This recipe makes a delicious iron-rich puree that is sweet enough for most babies while still being nutritious and satisfying. The recipe can also be used to make meatballs if you are doing Baby Led Weaning or are ready to introduce some finger foods.
Apple Sauce Puree

Apple Sauce Puree

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.
Chicken and Corn Puree

Chicken and Corn Puree

The classic combination of Chicken and Corn make a sweet and tasty dish, combined with superfood benefits of cauliflower, make this an easy, go to dish your little one will enjoy eating.
Zucchini and Pumpkin Stew

Zucchini and Pumpkin Stew

This Zucchini, Pumpkin and Broad bean Stew recipe is a great example of how you can prepare the same meal with different textures depending on your family's needs with the Beaba Babycook.
Potato, Leek and Cauliflower Soup

Potato, Leek and Cauliflower Soup

On these cold winter nights, nothing beats a bowl of creamy soup. The best thing about soups in the Babycook is that they are quick, easy and can be enjoyed by the whole family, even babies from 4 months and up.
Chicken and Veggies

Chicken and Veggies

A babycook favourite, chicken and veggies goes well on its own or served with mash potato or rice. This dish works well as a puree but also as a 'chunky' meal for toddlers or older children.
Pink Chicken Puree

Pink Chicken Puree

When trying to get picky eaters to try something new, we can use the idea that if you change the colour of different food items, then it can have a dramatic effect on a person's expectations.to our advantage! In this recipe we use beetroot to make the chicken and broccoli puree pink!
Eggplant Chicken

Eggplant Chicken

This super easy puree will be a quick and delicious favourite of your little one. With simple flavours, this one is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters!
Pork Apple sauce Puree

Pork and Applesauce Puree

This twist on a traditional combination will be a favourite of your little one! The sweet Granny Smith Apple pairs beautifully with the pork fillet that is high in protein, and the nutrient and fibre of sweet potatoes.
Healthy Chicken Recipe

Healthy Chicken Recipe

Packed with nutrient rich superfoods and immune boosting ingredients, this dish is great for your family to help beat those winter colds. Superfo...
Purple Rainbow Purée

Purple Rainbow Purée

This healthy Beaba Babycook purple rainbow puree recipe is the perfect dish to cook up, feed to your baby from 4 months+ and freeze the leftovers. This means you'll be able to reheat whenever needed and know that your baby is getting a range of nutrients from eating the rainbow!