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 … 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 … Read more

Griddle-pan BLW waffles (a kid friendly recipe)

griddle-pan blw waffles - sugar free and no waffle maker needed!

1.Griddle-pan blw waffles are not as complicated as they sound. 2. Jamie Oliver is like brussel sprouts – you either like him or you don’t.   Keep these two in mind as you read along.   First, let me crush that myth of needing a waffle maker to make waffles. We are not purists here, … Read more

Baby’s chocolate – the easiest dessert ever

baby's chocolate - baby weaning dessert or snack

What contains banana and avocado, can be done in less than 5 minutes and looks like chocolate?   Baby’s chocolate.   It is called that way because it looks a bit like melted chocolate when done, even though the taste is not quite the same as real chocolate.   It is also the quickest and … Read more

Baked oatmeal cake

baked oatmeal cake (a BLW recipe) homemade baby food

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 of options.   Now, this recipe came just in handy … 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 … Read more