Apple and pear rusk porridge: steam the apple and pear together with some vanilla and blend with a small amount of water.
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Baby cereals and apple puree.
Few cubes of cheddar cheese and carrot sticks with some hummus
Day 4 – Recipe – Weetabix with warm milk and mango puree
Cook all the berries together in a saucepan with a sprinkle of sugar and some apple juice until the fruit is still holding together but not disintegrated.
Half a slice of toast with Dairylea or Marmite and a yoghurt.
Toast and yoghurt: Use thin wholemeal bread, preferably from a little 400g loaf. For the yoghurt, try Petit Filous.
Apricot and peach puree: Lightly boil the apricot and peach in some water. You could add a bit of vanilla to the water. When tender, hand blend.
Try this six day menu to give you some ideas in variety for your little ones. Remember, if you want them to try a variety of food one way of doing this is to give them the same dinner as you and your partner have, but pureed.
Delicious and a great first taste for your baby. Try little bits of chive in it, but try and use something that’s not too strong. Don’t use salt – and try hard to find an unsalted cheese.
This is a lovely dish to serve after an Indian themed dinner party! Get everyone to dress up and get into the theme of the evening. This is very easy to make, and even easier to eat!
This is an easy-peasy recipe for a baked rice pudding that will take you back to you school years, but is delicious. It is really easy and fab for dinner parties, family parties, and for making with children, because it is dead easy.
When the baby reaches his 6th month, he can start very slowly to eat different meals. In this stage, food will be a complementary to his breast or bottle milk which will still be the basics. It is time for him to learn to eat and swallow different groceries.