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Butternut squash purée ideas



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Butternut squash purée ideas

Roasting butternut squash brings out the rich natural caramel flavour, intensifying the sweetness that babies just can’t resist. This type of squash has a huge amount of beta carotene, fibre, and vitamins A and E, which help to support your baby’s …

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3 chicken purées your baby will love

Chicken is full of protein, zinc, vitamin B6 and iron. Essential for healthy brain and organ development, it is important to incorporate iron-rich sources into your baby’s diet at around six months of age, as babies’ natural iron reserves start to …

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Sweet potato waffles

These healthy carbs are perfect for a family breakfast or as an afternoon treat for your little ones. Prep time 15 minutes. Cook time 20 minutes. Makes 12–24 Ingredients: 185 g (6½ oz) whole wheat flour90 g (3¼ oz) instant oats3 teaspoons baking …

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Pasta with pumpkin, bacon & peas

Eat me from: 7–8 MONTHS (once chewing has developed)Source of vitamin c, carbohydrates, proteinServes 1 baby & family of 4 Ingredients 400 4 (14 oz) peeled and chopped pumpkin (squash) 1 tsp olive oil 1 diced onion 2 cloves finely chopped …

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Peach Crunch

Eat me from: 7–8 months (once chewing has developed)Source of dietry fibre, vitamins A & CServes: 1 baby & 2 adults for breakfast Ingredients 3 ripe yellow peaches natural yoghurt muesli (granola) Method Steam 3 halved and de-stoned …

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Pumpkin Risotto

Eat me from: 7–8 months (once chewing developed) Source of beta carotene, iron, vitamin C and potassiumServes 1 baby &  family of 4. Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil 1 diced brown onion 2 crushed garlic cloves 275 g …

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Sweet couscous for babies and toddlers

A delicious dessert or even breakfast for babies from the age of about eight or nine months. This recipe is from What Do I Feed My Baby? by Leanne Cooper. Here's what to do: Co