I was browsing my favourite mummy blogs and noticed I had been tagged by Katie from Owls and Monsters to take part in ‘The Mommy Tag’. I thought it sounded like fun and it is a great way for you all to get to know me and my experiences of motherhood thus far a little better.
I couldn’t resist buying these super cute minikin pumpkins. I have stuffed them with pearl barley and mixed veggies and it did quite nicely for a healthy meat-free dinner. Slice into portions or scoop out the flesh along with the pearl barley and mash for your little one.
Super light and crispy kale chips make a delicious snack. Kale is one of the healthiest vegetables around, and is particularly high in vitamin K, A, and C My toddler loves them and I’m sure you little ones will too. Just make sure they are nice and crisp. That way they just melt in your mouth…
A delicious green smoothie that isn’t at all leafy tasting. H just loves it – he finished the glass in a matter of minutes!
This is a delicate tasting puree and a great introduction to fish for your baby. Any delicate tasting white fish will be fine in the recipe and combined with the witlof (Belgian endive) it is a lovely combination.
This is a really easy fish pie to make and it tastes great… You can make them baby sized like I have and freeze whats left or make one large pie and feed your entire family.