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Delish and Simple Baby Supper: Aubergine and Tomato Bake!

Suitable from 10 months, this mouth-meltingly delicious veggie bake is easy on texture—and even more so on tastebuds. Also—aubergines are a typically under-utilised veg, even though they’re packed with incredible nutrition: potassium, vitamins B1 and B6, magnesium and antioxidants. Make this more-ish, health-boosting dish for the whole family in just under 30 minutes!

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6 Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Veggies (Without the Secret Sausages)

I’m hardly an advocate for sneaking vegetables into my kid’s meals; the veggie food group is a glorious cornucopia of taste and textural delights, and pulping them into a sausage skin is downright sacrilege. (Not to mention boring. And blech.)

6 Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Veggies (Without the Secret Sausages)

However – veg is inherently versatile; plonking a hunk of green on the dinner table is hardly interesting. And even MasterChef will tell you: presentation is everything. Or at least halfway to a dish you actually wanna eat. Continue reading