Five Weaning Recipes

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Five Weaning Recipes

It’s National Weaning Week here in the UK this week and so I thought it might be nice to tie in our Foodie and Parenting bloggers with some helpful weaning recipes.

Weaning your baby can be a bit of a mind field. There’s lot of advice out there and lots of different ways and recipes you can try. There’s a few foods to steer clear of, so be aware of these, always check the NHS website for guidance prior to embarking on your food journey with your little one, but there’s a lot of great recipes out there to get you started. Here’s just a few from our parenting and foodie bloggers.

We start this week’s post with a recipe from Michelle at Greedy Gourmet. She suggests carrot and swede mash for weaning your little one. She said it is also diabetic-friendly, so super healthy for little ones and bigger ones too.

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Tracy from It’s Not Easy Being Greedy shares her recipe for chicken and vegetable soup. The recipe makes approximately 2 litres and her little boy, Ioan, wolfs this down!

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Family, Friends, Food’s Helen didn’t purée her food for her little one. She suggest this simple recipe roly poly sandwich for those moving on to solids.

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These bed-led weaning broccoli and courgette savoury muffins from Nicola at Mummy to Dex look delicious. They can be prepped in just 10 minutes so they are ideal for busy Mums and Dads.

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Chilli con carne is Hayley at Devon Mama’s suggestion for a weaning recipe. This is a great batch recipe, ideal for making, storing and serving when needed.

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What delicious dishes have you made for your tiny tots? What’s gone down a storm in your household?

I’d like to hear more from you in the comments below. What do you think of our top five above?

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