Baby friendly pancakes!
Gluten free, grain free, dairy free and sugar free - but still nutrient dense, tasty and easy for little (or big) fingers! Not very sweet - which is good for babies as we don’t want their pallet to get too used to sweet foods and favour those into adulthood :)
Although it contains the word ‘nut’ coconut is not part of the tree nut family so allergies are very rare. Coconut is very high in virus fighting lauric acid - much like the composition of breastmilk, so it’s the perfect first food!Read More
Chicken broth!! My favourite broth would have to be chicken broth - the taste is sweet and delicious to drink alone or to add to most foods, its highly nutritious, it’s easy to make AND you can save time by cooking a whole chicken then having dinners/lunches sorted for the week 🙌🏼Read More
You will start to notice a trend in a lot of the recipes I will be posting - a lot will involve bone broth! That’s because it is the most nourishing food you can feed yourself and your child! It’s easily digestible, nutrient dense and an incredible rich source of minerals - boosting immunity and lining our digestive tract. It is especially valuable as they contain gelatine which enables food to be digested more easily - which is why it is perfect to add to everything! It is especially valuable as they contain gelatine which enables food to be digested more easily - which is why it is perfect to add to everything! Broth is the perfect first ‘food’ postpartum!Read More
Breast milk pops! An amazing and fun way to not only nourish your baby, but help them develop pincer grip and soothe those sore gums!Read More
This smoothie is so delicious and the perfect way of sneaking some extra vegetables into yours and your Childs diet! Pumpkin is a great first food for baby, so you can ‘kill two birds with one stone’ and cook some pumpkin for your baby, and with the leftovers use to make yourself a smoothie, or add to salads, serve with dinner etc.Read More
These chips are a great texture/size/firmness for a baby, and the perfect ‘first food’.
The addition of coconut oil provides extra good fats and then nutritional yeast gives it a lovely cheesy flavour!
Gelatin gummie recipe
Gelatin is amazing to help rebuild and repair your gut lining, boosts immunity, assist digestion, improves skin health and is amazing if your little one suffers allergies and/or eczema (which is often an inflammatory response to gut and digestive issues - gelatin is rich in glycine which helps to repair a leaky gut!), balances hormones, strengthens teeth, promotes sleep and curbs cravings!Read More