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Weaning Recipes — baby led weaning

Fish Pie

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Fish Pie

It's National Pie week! Here's a Fish Pie recipe that is super easy to make. Perfect for Baby-Led Weaning babies, children and parents!

 

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Crepe Pancakes

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Crepe Pancakes

Babies can eat these pancakes - although it will be messy! We always used to cook American Pancakes but my daughter was won over by Crepe Pancakes after a visit from Granny! We now take it in turns between the two pancake recipes! Ingredients 100g plain flour, 2 large eggs 300ml milk 1 tbsp sunflower or vegetable oil   Method Put the flour and eggs in the bowl and stir in. Slowly add the milk and whisk until all lumps gone then add the oil into the mixture. Use your smallest frying pan and wipe it with some oiled kitchen paper....

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Beef Stew

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Beef Stew

It’s autumn so time to get the slow cooker out! This classic beef stew is warming on a cold wet day. My mum used to make this for me. I always loved it and I'm pleased to say this goes down well with my daughter Emily and the husband!   Prep time: 40 mins Cook time: 6 hours in slow cooker   Feeds: Serves 4 adults and a baby. Handy to freeze in small bags.     Ingredients 450g braising steak 1 large onion 2 large carrots 2 sticks of celery 1 parsnip 1 large tomato or several cherry tomatoes 1...

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Shepherd's Pie

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Shepherd's Pie

This recipe has been passed down from my mum. I love it on a cold winter's evening. Even more so when my mum visits and brings it with her ready made for that evening! Babies can eat this meal from six-months-old but it is tricky as the food isn't easy to hold so this is probably one best attempted to be eaten with a spoon which babies tend to start to handle at around 10 months old...so get ready for the aftermath!  Prep time: 30 mins, cooking time: 1 hour Feeds: 4 adult servings, several baby servings so plenty to go in...

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Spinach and Kale Soup

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Spinach and Kale Soup

This super soup is full of iron so a superb dinner for a growing baby! I've also pushed this recipe to friends who are breastfeeding and pregnant too. My mother-in-law was a little intimidated by the “toxic looking colour” but was surprised how good it tasted! I’ll take that as a win. You can freeze this soup in small cartons to serve at a later date and also mix it with some pasta to use as a pasta sauce. I came across this recipe on Instagram by ‘babyledfeeding.com’ and absolutely love it! I have slightly adapted it – mainly to...

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