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.
Sweet and yummy! This protein-rich fish dish is high in a range of B vitamins and will go down a treat with your little one. Suitable for babies from 7 months onwards (Stage 2).
So… the launch of my cookbook is finally here! I won’t bore you with too many words. I’ll let the piccies below to the talking for me.
Try any or all of these recipes taken from my Easy Indian Super Meals weaning and family cookbook, and decide for yourself what you think of my recipes.
The book has over 70 recipes and is basically my daughter’s entire weaning journey. I hope your weaning journey is as fun as mine was with my little one.
Simply click on the image below that takes your fancy, to find the full recipe.
Leave me a comment telling me what you think. x
All recipes taken from Easy Indian Super Meals for babies, toddlers and the family (Ebury Press). Available to buy now from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
This recipe was a life saver for me and Aaliyah! And it’s delicious!
Gently coated in cinnamon and nutmeg, this yummy sweet potato recipe may help baby with teething pain. It certainly calmed and soothed Aaliyah when she was teething. Nutmeg has widely been used in dentistry for treating pain in teeth (well the compound it contains has been – eugenol). Cinnamon contains analgesic properties – natural pain reliever. So both combined, will have excellent benefits for your little one.
If your baby is between four and six months, you may be thinking of weaning her onto solid food. If you’re unsure whether your baby is ready, there are a few signs to look out for which will make it a little easier to decide.