I can’t believe it! I’ve finally found something that Megan will not only eat but ask for seconds of! These cheesy bean croquettes are great for using leftovers and are perfect for babies who are doing baby led weaning. Mashed potato and beans are really difficult for babies to pick up and feed themselves but these are really easy for babies feeding themselves.
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This recipe makes approximately 30 carrot and lentil hearts. They can be frozen so are perfect for making in big batches to have as a handy snack!
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Harry loves cheese! Anything that has cheese in it he will demolish! This cauliflower and broccoli cheese bake is a great way to get vegetables into Harry when he is going through a fussy phase!
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Sweet potato and apple bites are really easy to make and soft enough to melt in the mouth, perfect for younger babies but were also enjoyed by my toddler as a snack!
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Harry loves cous cous! It is so small and tricky for him to eat though that it usually ends up turning our kitchen into a couscous snow globe! It’s amazing how far a tiny piece of couscous can travel when it is thrown by a baby! These couscous fingers are a brilliant solution for how to give couscous without the mess and inevitable frustration caused by it slipping through baby’s fingers!
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- 225g dried red lentils
- 450ml water
- 25g fresh breadcrumbs
- A handful of spinach, roughly chopped
- 100g grated cheese
- 1 egg, beaten
- a knob of butter
- 1 clove of garlic, crushed
- 1 tsp dried mixed herbs
- freshly ground black pepper, to taste
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So here is out finger food size guide. This is what worked for us, all babies are different and I’m not a weaning expert, just a mummy sharing what worked for me and my son. Continue reading “Finger food size guide and a really useful banana hack!”