Annabel Karmel is queen of meal-time rescue—try out her cheeky (ingenious) combo of yummy flavours and hidden wholesomeness on your fussy little gourmand.
If you’ve maxed out your quota of family chippy visits—or just want to offer a tasty (and healthier) alternative to the monotonous potato fry, these easy-peasy polenta chips are where it’s at.
There’s nothing less complicated—or more delicious—than a just-baked brekkie batch of muffins to look forward to come morning. If you’re following baby led weaning, muffins are also perfect for little hands to grip, and work ace as on-the-go snacks. Check out this especially wholesome apple and banana recipe for guilt-free, near-instant belly gratification (for the whole family!).
A good curry is a thing of beauty; but many of us wait to introduce the bliss that is a brilliant tikka—or whichever iteration is your fave—to our young ones…such powerful spices are surely too much for tiny bellies! The truth is, babies love flavour as much as you do, and you’d be surprised what they develop a taste for if you make it a regular thing. But, if you want to take it slow, and are dying to make a midweek curry that’s still mild—this coconut chicken dream is just the thing.
Yummy, quick to prepare, and easy enough to get the kiddies involved, these baked chicken meatballs make for a brill’ midweek meal, and are a great protein, iron and zinc alternative for young ones who aren’t big fans of red meat. The shape also means they’re ace for baby-led weaning!