Clafoutis is basically the French term for a thin sponge cake, similar to a waffle in consistency or a thicker pancake, if you wish. The French make it sound so posh, n’est-ce pas? It involves some fruit, whichever is in season, on top of […]
This is a recipe from Gill Rapley’s book Baby Led Weaning Cookbook, which you can grab here. A full in-depth review will follow shortly on the blog. So far, everything I have cooked from it has been a success and it really gives you plenty […]
I have a thing against frying. It’s like my arch enemy. I’m seeing so many recipes online and in social media that use frying as a method of preparing food for children. Think frittatas (which I believe comes from the Italian for “fried”), pancakes, burgers, […]
I have talked about millet in one of my previous posts. Once cooked, it is similar in consistency with rice. One of the recipes that goes well in our house lately is millet pudding. It’s relatively easy to make and you can quickly prepare it […]
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