Kid approved blueberry scones (from 6 months+)
This is an easy toddler snack idea for those times when you just don't know what to cook anymore. But it's not only toddler meals which can benefit by having these on the table, but also baby meals for little ones who are just starting solids. Great finger food in less than 30 minutes!
Kid-friendly scones with blueberries
Ready in less than 30 minutes, this scone recipe is easy to remember as 3-1-2 and will be approved by even the pickiest of toddlers or older kids. Sweetened only with fruit, it makes a great meal idea for baby led weaning, whether it is breakfast, brunch or snack time.
Baby-friendly spiced winter biscuits
These biscuits are a great alternative to gingerbread and sugar-free, making them a good choice for babies just starting solids and enjoying their first Christmas this year. Toddler and kid approved, they're bound to please everybody, even grandma!
Spiced winter biscuits with orange juice
Every kid is going to love this gingerbread alternative that is sugar free and baby-friendly from 6 months . Make these as Christmas cookies or bake them as a gift in a jar. The orange juice gives them extra winter flavour.
Kid-approved spiced winter biscuits
Everybody's making gingerbread for Christmas, but how about some festive cookies this winter? Great to bake with the kids, they are baby, toddler and older kid approved, and even your fussy eater will have a go!
Kid-friendly spiced winter biscuits
Winter cookies are a great baking project to make with the kids and these biscuits made with dates, peanut butter and orange juice are a great choice and gingerbread alternative. Enjoy Christmas and happy cooking!
Kid-approved spiced winter biscuits (with a secret ingredient)
While Christmas is all about gingerbread baking, these biscuits are a great sugar-free alternative to make with the kids this year. Baby friendly from 6 months and up, they make great gifts too: just stack them in a jar.
Spiced winter biscuits (with a secret ingredient) - WEANINGFUL
Spiced biscuits in winter? Yes, please! You can make these with your kids for Christmas, New Year's or all winter long, for a great alternative to gingerbread that is sugar-free and baby friendly.
Easy-peasy no-fry baby-friendly baked omlette - WEANINGFUL
Here is an easy recipe for baby led weaning or finger foods: egg cups baked in the oven. Or you can call them baked omelette cups or egg muffins if you wish. Quick, great to use up any leftovers and easy for babies and toddlers to hold in their fists.