Blueberry galette – a baby led weaning recipe

blueberry galette

I love how the French take something simple like a blueberry pie and turn it into a blueberry¬†galette,¬†which looks so rustic, yet so delicious. And you know it’s going to taste good, even before you take a bite. The blueberries on top can be easily replaced with other berries of your fancy (or others, like peach, rhubarb, plums etc) and the dough is slightly crumbly, but manageable by tiny hands. It’s a type of shortcrust pastry, if you wish, so feel free to adapt the recipe if you have a shortcrust combination of ingredients that works for you. This recipe … Read more

Apple and pear clafoutis (a BLW recipe)

apple and pear clafoutis - baby friendly recipe

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 which you pour a thick batter and which gets baked in a butter lined pan, form or oven-proof dish. It couldn’t be any simpler than that. But the French word sometimes puts people off, imagining it’s some sort of fancy dessert only reserved for the royals. Now, some recipes involve also a third step: covering with … Read more

Apple pudding (great finger food)

apple pudding

Ever woke up one morning wishing you had made breakfast the night before so that you can enjoy 5 more minutes of sleep in bed? Or maybe 10 minutes? Yeah, of course you did. Even more so when you have a small child to take care of and feed some proper food to. This post contains affiliate links, at no cost to you. Read more on my disclosure page. Now this apple pudding comes just in handy. It’s soooo easy to make; however you’ll have to leave the oven on for a good hour. If that puts you off from … Read more