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A great collection of simple and quick but most of all nutritious baby and toddler recipes
Blog Added: July 02, 2008 09:33:06 AM
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Blog Country: United-States   United-States
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Pears and yogurt

4 ripe pears 200g Greek-style yoghurt 1 dessertspoon sugar 50g butter or margarinePreheat the oven to 180°C/gas mark 4. Peel pears, cut in half and remove cores. Put the pears hollow side up in a baking dish, sprinkle over sugar and dot with butter or margarine. Put a spoonful of yoghurt on top of each pear half. Bake for 10 minutes. Serve. Broccoli bake (serves...



Chicken Curry

3 tbs vegetable oil 1 tbs chopped garlic 4 boneless chicken breasts 2 tbs mild curry powder (less if you wish the curry to be milder 2 bay leaves ( remember to remove after cooking) 1 tbs ground cumin 1 tbs ground coriander 1 chopped onion 2 peeled, chopped carrots 1 tomato, chopped ( or tin) 2 tbs tomato puree 2 tbs lemon juice 1 pint chicken stock rice ( a cup per person) Heat oil in a heavy saucepan. Add garlic and chicken; saute over medium heat, till the chicken skin is browned. Add curry,...



Foods that should not be given to babies under 12 months

Honey, this is due to a bacteria that can be present in honey that can cause Infant Botulism. After a baby is a year old, the intestine matures and the bacteria is unable to grow. Salt, you should never add salt to baby’s meals, it puts a strain on their kidneys and causes dehydration. Sugar, there is really little need to add sugar unless you are using a fruit that is very sour. Adding sugar can increases the risk of tooth decay when your baby’s teeth start to come through. Unpasteurized...



Weaning outline

This outline gives you a very basic idea of the types of things to give at the various ages, always remember every child is different, if you have any concerns speak to a medical professional.0 - 5/6 months - Breast Milk or formula, the department of health suggests that babies should be fed milk exclusively till 6 months, but every child is different 5 - 6 months - baby rice, semi-liquid purees of things like apple, pear, carrot, potato etc. 6 - 7 months - chicken, dried fruit, apricot, melon,...



Is your child ready for solids?

It can be difficult to know when to start feeding your baby solid food but in most cases your child will tell you that they need more to eat, the signs of this are thatyour child is still hungry after a full milk feed, often crying after a feedthey start to demand feeds more oftenthey start to wake up during the night for a feed when they would usually have slept straight through.If you are in any way unsure about whether to introduce solids or not get advice from a medical...



Vegetable Pasties

100g dried brown lentils275ml water for cooking lentils3 medium carrots, diced1 stick celery, finely chopped220g potatoes, diced150g peas, tinned or fresh2 tsp yeast extract1 tbs tomato puree450g shortcrust pastry (home-made or frozen)Milk to glaze Wash the lentils and then boil them in water with the celery for approx 40 mins until tender, drain well. Steam or boil peas, carrots and potatoes until tender 15 to 20 mins dependant on the size of the chuncks. Place all ingredients except pastry in...



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