Soups are just the thing to add variety to your food flask for your baby and your school going child. They are an easy way to create new and healthy lunchbox ideas and give that much needed warmth on the chillier days. Use soups to add new vegetables, new taste combinations and new textures to your child's palette, all of which will help you to raise a more adventurous eater. This particular exciting combination of parsnip and pear is naturally sweet, which may make your child more receptive.
I've created the ultimate list of healthy summer recipes that kids will love! Here you will find everything you possibly need for the sunshine, from easy dinners to barbecue ideas to ice pops. Nearly all of these recipes are included in my book, Baby and Family: Cook for Baby, Adapt for Family, where you will find more inspiration for delicious recipes to enjoy in the sun. From the perfect Indian fakeaway to yummy picnic treats, there is something for everyone!
These healthy broccoli tots are a great way to get your children to eat more green vegetables. Broccoli and cheese work really well together, so even the fussiest of eaters should enjoy.