There comes a time when stressing over the five-a-day needs to make way for a bit of sweet reprieve; although this (seriously delish) treat does actually have some fresh fruit goodness in…so perhaps you can really have your cake and eat it – sans too much guilt…
Babies’ immature digestive systems can make weaning a less than smooth experience, and it’s difficult not to get a little concerned when your poor tot is struggling and straining to no avail. When you need to help them move things along, try out this tasty, healthy brekkie with super-fast results. (You’ve been warned!)
They may be barely mobile, but babies still burn up an incredible amount of energy throughout the day – so, from six months onwards, snacks can help fill in the inevitable hunger gap between main mealtimes. (Also, as any seasoned mum will tell you, snacks can be the saving grace when it comes to making long trips with tiny tots bearable.) Check out some expert nutritionist tips for choosing the best tidbits for your baby.
What’s summer without the prerequisite slushie? Frankly, not a summer at all. Check out this (very necessary) speedy frozen fruit lemonade to perk up the picnic season – and sate your kids’ ice-cream fetish whilst secretly getting in some superfood goodness. WIN!
While you obviously want your child to enjoy vegetables in their wholesome state, the truth is that many kids are naturally disinclined towards liking their greens (or even yellows, reds, and oranges). So what do you do to ensure the tot is getting his five-a-day quota? Two words: go stealth.