Yipee!! I’m really chuffed about this piece of coverage. The Evening Standard has featured and recommended my Flavour-led Weaning Cookbook as one of the best healthy weaning recipe books available to buy in the market.
I’ve included the ‘Best For’ round up from the article below. Sums up my recipes and books perfectly!
The other weaning recipe books in this article are fab too, and I’m thrilled to be featured alongside them. Read the full article by clicking on the below image.
The Flavour-led Weaning Cookbook is available to buy from WHSmith, Waterstones, Amazon and all other good bookshops.
If you are baby-led weaning with your little one, you can buy my Flavour-led weaning cookbook bundled with an award-winning Tidy Tot. Available from Amazon and Tidy Tot’s shop.
It’s a week after book launch and I can honestly say it’s been manic! The interviews and reviews started a couple of week’s before launch and it’s been non-stop ever since. It’s been fab though and totally worth it! I’m super pleased to say the book is going really well!! I’ve had some simply fabulous reviews from Gurgle magazine, Reveal magazine, and from mummies who have tried and tested the book. You can read some of their views on it here:
Let Them Be Small
I was also lucky enough to appear on the BBC Asian Network on Wednesday to talk weaning, and ‘Flavour-led Weaning’. I was on The Big Debate show with Qasa Alom from 12pm. It was great fun, and a lovely listener from Scotland even called the show to say how great it was that I was focusing on weaning with aromatic flavours and spices, as she too couldn’t find any sort of guidance when she was weaning her children.
If you didn’t catch the interview on the BBC Asian Network (12.15pm on Wednesday 8th March) , you can hear it here. Approx 15 minutes in length.
Well launch day for my new cookbook, ‘The Flavour-led Weaning Cookbook’ is finally here. I’m super excited and scared to say the least! I’ve worked really hard on this book and I hope you all find it useful for your weaning journeys.
Here’s a little video of my Apple and Ginger Puree to celebrate the launch. Hope you like it. And to find out more about flavour-led weaning click here.
The Flavour-led Weaning Cookbook, is available to buy now from all good bookshops including Amazon.co.uk, WHSmith and Waterstones. Also available from Amazon.com.
Only 7 days to go until book launch! Eek! Super duper excited, I hope you are too. To help you get an idea of the range of recipes in The Flavour-led Weaning Cookbook, here is another recipe I’d like to share. My Thai Chicken Curry recipe suitable for babies from 10 months onwards.
Generally I find curries always tend to go down well with babies and toddlers – Aaliyah always lapped them up. Something about the combination of delicious flavours and a lovely aromatic curry sauce means it tastes amazing and is easy for babies to eat. I used these recipes to spoon-feed Aaliyah, but also for baby-led weaning. I’d simply hand Aaliyah her little spoon, and she’d happily feed herself. Give it a try, I hope you and your little one enjoy.
So I’m at count down now with book launch number 2 – 10 days to go! Whilst every time I think about the launch, my heart is literally pounding out of my chest [I’m that scared!], I am also very excited and proud at the same time. It really is a fab book, and I’m really excited to hear all your thoughts about it. Please feel free to leave me comments below.
So onto my recipe! This is a delicious, mildly sweet yet earthy tasting two-veg mash taken from my cookbook – The Flavour-led Weaning Cookbook. Perfect for tickling a baby’s sweet and savoury taste buds. Beetroot may encourage the production of disease-fighting white blood cells and contains folic acid and iron. Broccoli is also rich in vitamin C while turmeric is known as an anti-inflammatory spice. With all these immune-boosting ingredients, this yummy mash may help to keep colds and flu at bay. Suitable for babies from 7 months.
Super excited friends! My brand new weaning cookbook – The Flavour-led Weaning Cookbook, will be released in just a few weeks time (2nd March)! So I thought I’d give you a taster of some of the recipes. Starting with some delicious, puree recipes.
This Kiwi, Mint and Lime puree recipe is suitable for babies from 6 months, after first tastes and mixed-ingredient purees have been accepted.
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this one! It’s a beautiful puree – fresh, sweet, sour and uplifting. Kiwis and limes are an excellent source of vitamin C, necessary for cold and flu protection. The mint is fresh-tasting and aids digestion. A wonderful combination of flavours.