Easy-peasy no-fry baby-friendly baked omlette

no-fry baby friendly baby weaning baked omlette

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, fries and the like. All are made by frying … Read more

11 baby-friendly recipes to try this Halloween

Halloween baby friendly recipes

Halloween recipes. The heaven of all spices, pumpkins and orange coloured ingredients.   Must be the season, but I am feeling slightly cinnamon-y as I type this. Cinnamon is one of the condiments that I use most frequently in my cooking and since baby Emma isn’t allowed sugar, it’s a win-win situation.   Now, Halloween … Read more

Baby led weaning vs. traditional weaning

I solemnly swear I won’t take sides.   If I were to summarize this post in a couple of sentences, it would be something like this:   Baby led weaning (aka BLW) is the new kid on the block that everyone wants to meet. Traditional weaning is the kid that lived in the neighborhood since … Read more

5 alternatives to baby cereal (plus one tip)

alternatives to baby cereal

I meant what I said in the “About me” page. I almost named this blog Ditch the baby cereal.   But I said, why focus on the negative? Why not try to make the blog sound positive instead?   That  doesn’t mean I will give up on my opinion related to baby cereal.   This … Read more

3 facts about iron in baby’s diet

iron in baby's diet

I am going to tell you 3 facts connected to iron in baby’s diet, one of which is actually a trick you can do to boost the iron absorption. In my previous post I talked about food groups and how they matter in the overall weaning process. I also said there that meat and meat … Read more

Food groups and baby nutrition

food groups

I bet that the advice you heard first regarding starting solid foods was “no salt, no sugar, no honey before one”. I believe there should be more than that. How about “no added salt, no (refined) sugar, no fried stuff, no baby cereal”? Food is just food, right? How hard can it be? Well, it … Read more