Category: Children’s recipes

5 ways to get your children to eat fish

Fish glorious fish. My family is big on fish; my 18-month-old toddler chows down on salmon couscous, Pollack in pie or homemade fish fingers. Fish are highly nutritious and eating fish twice a week is recommended for both adults and children. Fish contain huge amounts of protein, are low in “bad” fats and contain Essential […]

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Asda’s new organic food range for babies

Next time you’re in Asda, look out for the new Little Angels Organic food range. Developed by dietician Jane Stobie, the recipes made from 100% organic ingredients packed in handy hassle-free pouches. With no added salt or stock, spices such as cinnamon and cumin – in recipes like cottage pie – have been used to […]

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New baby organic food range

Celebrity chef, restaurateur and author Aldo Zilli has launched a new baby organic food range that is “good enough for mama and papa to eat” – literally! Aldo was born and raised in Italy in a small village called Teramo. He was one of nine children and was born into a working class family. Food […]

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Mummy Blogger post of the week

This week, our favourite mummy blogger post is by Emma Button from Mellow Mummy. Emma is a busy, work-from-home, first time mum to gorgeous toddler Lara. Not only that… our lovely mummy blogger is a fabulous cook who enjoys spending time in the kitchen with her daughter and sharing recipes on her site. Have a […]

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Healthy kids chocolate pudding recipe

Whilst on Google the other day I stumbled across something awesome. A chocolate pudding recipe… sounds normal but wait; it has avo in it. You know; the green, mushy fruit with the giant pip in the middle. Yup, that avo. A healthy kids chocolate pudding recipe! Terilynn Epperson’s ‘chocolate pudding with avo recipe’ is super simple, […]

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