Chicken nuggets recipe for baby and the whole family (From 12 months)
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3w ago
Recipe steps Ingredients Preparation Cooking Storage Today we are going to prepare a nuggets recipe for babies, also perfect for the whole family! Nuggets for baby and the whole family Who can resist these crispy and golden little bites? Kids, parents, and even grandparents love them! Of course, for the sake of convenience, we often opt for store-bought nuggets. However, the problem often lies in the ingredients, preservatives, as well as the taste and texture… So, picture this: pieces of chicken, coated in a crispy and golden breading, cooked to perfection. Not only is it delicious, but it ..read more
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Tagine recipe for baby and family (from 10 months)
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5M ago
Recipe steps Ingredients Instructions Cooking Storage Today we are going to prepare a recipe for baby tajine, for the whole family, of course! Baby Tagine Tajine is a Maghrebi dish. It is a slow-cooked stew, often with meat, vegetables, and dried fruits. Here, I’ve decided to prepare it with carrots because they’re full of vitamins, add great flavor, and a nice color! I’ve added dried apricots (you can replace them with prunes, perfect if the baby is a bit constipated…) that soak up the broth during cooking, sliced almonds (be cautious when serving them to your baby—re-crush them to avoid ..read more
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Baby and family broccoli soup recipe (Roasted hazelnuts and parmesan chips, from 10 months)
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6M ago
Recipe steps Ingredients Instructions Storage Today, I decided to make a fantastic baby broccoli soup recipe, and let’s be clear, it’s perfect for the whole family, especially during winter evenings! Baby and family broccoli soup Broccoli is a superb green vegetable, rich in iron (as discussed in my article on the best iron sources for babies), potassium, and vitamins. It’s a true ally for our winter recipes, and we shouldn’t miss out! Mixed with potatoes to soften and add a starchy element, along with a topping of roasted hazelnuts (crushed well for very young children to avoid any chokin ..read more
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Fluffy pancake recipe for baby and the whole family (from 12 months)
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8M ago
Today, we’re going to make delicious pancakes for babies (and the whole family!), which are very easy and quick to prepare. The special trick with these pancakes is to use a different type of milk than you typically use… No, in this recipe, we won’t be using “regular” milk. The secret to the fluffiness of these pancakes is, among other things, using cultured buttermilk (or kefir). Cultured buttermilk will have an effect on the rise and fluffiness of your pancakes. Good to know: this type of milk is easily digested as it contains less lactose, and the bacteria in these milks help our intestinal ..read more
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First apple compote recipe for babies (from 4 months)
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8M ago
Apples are one of the first fruits we introduce to our babies. What’s great is that they are super easy to cook with! Apples are sweet and packed with vitamins. They are high in fiber, which helps regulate digestion, making them an excellent choice for starting your baby’s food diversification journey. Ideally, for making compotes, you should choose a variety of apple that holds up well, like Golden Delicious. You can easily spot them at the market with their yellowish skin. Your baby has probably already tried some vegetables if you’ve started the food diversification process following this p ..read more
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First pear compote recipe for babies (from 4 months)
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8M ago
Today, we are going to prepare a simple pear compote recipe. For a baby’s first compotes, pear is ideal because it’s sweet, rich in nutrients, and well-loved! Pear is one of the first fruits we introduce to babies, and they adore its taste and benefits. So, we won’t deprive them of its flavor and goodness. Pears are rich in antioxidants, promoting a healthy digestive system and packed with vitamin E! A true source of goodness. Pears are naturally juicy, so we won’t need to add cooking water while blending, or we might end up with pear soup instead of compote. I’ve chosen Guyot pears, but you c ..read more
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Mango and Apple Baby puree Recipe (From 6 Months)
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8M ago
Today, I’ve decided to prepare a delicious mango and apple puree recipe for babies. Mango, with its tropical sweetness, pairs perfectly with apple to create an irresistible flavor combination. This puree is ideal for babies starting from 6 months, during their introduction to solid foods. Mangoes and apples are rich in vitamins and fiber, making them a nutritious and healthy choice for your baby. By steaming the fruits, we preserve their nutritional benefits while achieving a perfect texture for our little ones’ small mouths! Here’s what you’ll need to make this mango and apple puree recipe fo ..read more
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Pink Radish, Potato, and Cream Cheese baby Puree Recipe (From 6 Months)
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8M ago
Did you think it was impossible to cook pink radishes and feed them to your baby? Just like black radishes, they can be cooked and are very mild after cooking! If there’s one recipe that babies love, it’s the black radish recipe I posted on the blog several years ago (which you can find here). It’s a delight and has an unbeatable smoothness in the mouth. There’s absolutely no reason to refrain from making a similar recipe with pink radishes. And you should take advantage of it because it’s pink radish season! With a bit of cream cheese, sour cream, or even without dairy, it’s a very mild puree ..read more
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Strawberry, apple, and red bell pepper baby compote recipe (from 6 months)
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9M ago
Today, we’re going to prepare a little compote with summer flavors (because yes, it’s still summer!). I wanted to create an original compote, and I had already tasted the combination of strawberries and red bell pepper in a restaurant. That’s what inspired me to transform it into a compote for Alix. The result: a resounding success! She was pleasantly surprised by the taste, smiled in amazement, and asked for more. Strawberry, apple, and red bell pepper baby compote recipe (from 6 months) As I mentioned, it may sound surprising to have red bell pepper in a dessert, ice cream, or compote… but ..read more
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Cauliflower in tomato sauce, feta, parsley, and rice recipe for babies and the whole family (from 12 months)
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9M ago
Today, I felt like sharing a recipe again. And it’s with this incredibly popular cauliflower in tomato sauce with feta that I’m starting! Cauliflower in tomato sauce, feta, parsley, and rice recipe for babies and the whole family (from 12 months) This recipe is truly a favorite at home. It’s incredibly satisfying, allowing children (and parents!) to discover cauliflower in a different way (rather than just in gratins as is often the case), and the flavors blend perfectly: feta and parsley season it royally! Some rice to accompany this cauliflower in tomato sauce, to balance it out with strong ..read more
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