Instant Pot Chicken Soup

If you want a recipe that’ll give you meals all week and only takes a few minutes to prep… You’re in the right place, bookmark or pin this page! If you don’t have an IP, that’s ok, you can do this in a normal pot (directions below.) You’ll need: A Read more…

Instant Pot Lamb and Veggie Curry

If you’re looking for ways to add more veggies to your diet, one of my biggest tips is to spice it up…literally. Indian cuisine is one of the best at making vegetables palatable and delicious.Curries are suitable for children, even babies. “Spiced” doesn’t mean spicy! What you need:– Lamb chops Read more…

The Egg-adilla

Behold: A 3 ingredient, 3 minute, practically no-prep meal. The Egg-adilla. My husband gets full credit for inventing this baby. I’ve included a step by step tutorial for you with pictures. See the bottom for additional mix-ins.I wanted to tell you a little about the nutrition of the egg, one Read more…

Chicken Coconut Curry

If you thinking to yourself “my child won’t eat curry, it’s too spicy,” let me tell you, kids like tasty food! Curry is spiced, but it doesn’t have to be spicy! One of the things I admire so much in Indian cooking is the ability to make veggies taste SO Read more…

Kale Pesto

Save this easy instant pot kale pesto! This is a great new way to add veggies to a favorite food (pasta!) Often kids aren’t fans of leafy veggies – that’s ok, this recipe incorporates familiar flavors and tastes, add to some fun shaped pasta and you’re good to go! What Read more…

Boozy Yogurt Dessert

This really is the perfect dessert snack that is still healthy, but satisfying and delicious.Take some of your favorite plain yogurt, add some of your favorite fruit, add a drizzle of Bailey’s Irish Cream. Here’s some nutrition info:– 30ml (~oz) of original Bailey’s contains ~100kcal– 1/2 cup of plain 2% Read more…

Less Mess Frozen Yogurt Drops

Yogurt is another of those “antisocial” foods for babies (see my recipe here for help less mess with quinoa). What to do? Make these frozen yogurt drops (you can make them as sticks for babies 6-9 months who haven’t yet developed their pincer grip.)Save or pin this page so you Read more…

Healthier Mac and Cheese

Save or pin this page for next time you have some random leftovers! It’s a crowd pleaser for parents and kids, and your kids can help you prepare it. What you need:– 2 tbsp of wheat flour– 2 tbsp of butter or alternative– 1tsp dried garlic, parsley, 1/2tsp black pepper Read more…

Zucchini Pizza Boats

My preschooler decided she no longer wants to eat zucchinis. I’ve tried offering them in many different ways (soups, steamed, with cheese, in curry…) I even named them “zippy zucchini”, she loved that, but also said to me “I don’t want my zippy zucchini, no mum.” So one day I Read more…

Less Mess Quinoa Cups

If you’ve got youngsters, you’ll know the mess from certain foods like rice and quinoa are very off-putting. Here’s a quick, simple, adaptable, all-in-one meal with significantly less mess! What you’ll need * see below for variations:– 4 whole eggs– 1/2 cup of shredded full fat cheese (you can add Read more…