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.
BRIGHTON BEACH, MELBOURNE
This is a really tasty dish and it was a huge hit with H. You could substitute the vegetables in the recipe for ones you already have in the fridge. You could also prepare ahead of time and keep in the fridge until ready to steam and serve.
With consecutive 42 degree days in Melbourne this week, I was keen for somethings chilled, and this was the result. A silky smooth chilled soup. I wasn’t sure that Big H would go for the aniseed taste of the fennel but he did! Fennel is also great for breastfeeding mums with supply or letdown reflex…