This is a great little recipe to help you get into the Christmas spirit and it doesn’t take up too much of your time either! With a hint of Indian spices running through the pie, it simply adds a new taste to a very simple meal. Your little one will love it! As did mine – you can see a pic of her destroying it at the bottom of this post, complete with eyes closed! This recipe is also great for whipping up quickly if your little one has some friends over.
This meal is protein-rich so is excellent for growing children. In fact I happened to see this floating around on twitter and thought I’d include it in my post to help prove my point – thank you Kelloggs!
A very easy meal that should take no more than 15-20 minutes to prepare. Slightly more if you are cooking with either beef or lamb mince.
My final recipe for the season is a delightful dessert that can be enjoyed by everyone in the family starting from the tender age of just 7 months. Recipe NUMBER 3… my Spiced Winter Pear.
Based on an indulgent French dessert, this is the perfect end to your baby’s Christmas meal. The poached pear is aromatic, subtle in taste, soft and also great as a finger food. An excellent way to get your little practicing his or her motor skills.
Pears are also rich in fibre and vitamin C, so combined with the cardamom and cinnamon is great for boosting immunity against cold and flu viruses. Read more
Yum! There’s nothing more comforting than a hearty meal! With the weather changing this Warming Winter Hotpot is perfect for satisfying little bellies. Suitable for toddlers from 10 months and up.
A traditional slow-cooked meal originating from the north of England. This is a hearty hotpot with a little garam masala thrown in for difference. Loaded with iron for baby this meal is delicious and nutritious. Read more