Here's a delicious recipe to get your baby eating their greens, and great for getting in their vitamins and nutrients! This Asparagus and Mint recipe makes a gorgeous thick and creamy purée, and the mint adds a level of freshness your little one will love. I can guarantee you won't be able to resist having a taste too! Find more delicious and adventurous purée recipes inside the Baby & Family recipe book.
Who doesn't love chocolate spread? When my girls have play dates we almost always make pancakes and they adore having chocolate spread on top. It was actually my youngest who suggested that we make our own. I started out using milk chocolate and over time I have substituted this for half milk and half dar chocolate. Give it a try, and hopefully you can substitute it for alternative spreads. Store the spread in our portion pots to keep fresh for longer.
This is just the thing to spice up your child's lunchbox! If your child doesn't enjoy vegetables in their sandwiches, spreads are the perfect healthy alternative. I always encourage my girls to add a vegetable to their sandwiches and they frequently choose a spread. This is also great as a dip with some chopped vegetables or bread sticks. Just pop the spread in your portion pots and you're ready to go!