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Amanda - posted on 01/24/2009
Banana Mango; Apricot and Pear; Peach and Banana
I bought a really great cookbook to get started on baby food, it's called "First Meals" by Annabel Karmel and it has recipes for kids from 6 months until school age. My daughter really liked the "Cheesy leek, sweet potato & cauliflower puree"
Kristy - posted on 01/24/2009
My babys favourite meals are shepards pie, beef stroganoff (but i use carrots and potatoes as well as mushrooms) and fettuccini carbonara. Depending on your childs age you could leve the meals as is or blend them. for some simple ideas you could combine sweet potato, broccoli and carrots or tineed tomatos, chicken mince and pasta. the possibilities are endless")
Ami - posted on 01/24/2009
hi, ive got the Annabel karmel's new and complete baby and toddler meal planner and its really good for different ideas of foods that go together and so far my son who is coming up for 7 months has eaten everything that ive cooked from the book and it was the same for my 4 yers old as well when he was younger too. hope this is some help.
Claire - posted on 01/24/2009
I always found sewt potatoe always added a nice flavor to everything and hid the taste of cauliflower. Parsnip is nice but also an aquired taste. My children both loved a full lamb dinner.......lamb, carrots, roast potatoes, yorkshire puddings, peas, cauliflower, gravy and a blob of mint sauce put in a blender and blitz away. It smelt delicious and tasted awesome, I really recommend it, not everyone will agree with the ingredients but I always just blended what we ate. xx