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Annabel Karmel’s Baby Chicken and Pea Carbonara

Suitable for 9 months onwards Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Ingredients: 50g small pasta shapes 25g peas 2 tablespoons of full fat milk 1 medium British Lion egg yolk 15g Parmesan cheese, grated 25g cooked chicken, diced 15g ripe avocado, diced Method: Cook the pasta in boiling water according to the packet…

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Piccolo’s Sweet Potato Beef Ragu (made with a carrot sauce)

This beef stew is made using a rich sweet potato and carrot sauce and slow cooked beef. Perfect for all the family, make double portions to feed a family of four. This also freezes brilliantly. Tip: The longer you cook this dish, the more the flavour will intensify and you will get a more tender…

Mummy's Favourite Fish Pie

Annabel Karmel’s Mini Fish Pies

Suitable from 9 months   Oily fish like salmon is packed full of omega-3 which is vital for your child’s brain development. Serve in individual ramekins or bowls – children love the idea of having their own special individual meal.   Prep: 20 minutes Cook: 25 minutes Makes: 6 small fish pies Suitable for freezing…

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Create Your Own – Porridge Cakes by Lee Bishop, mum of two

Ingredients: 450g  porridge oats 570ml whole fat milk   Optional Items: Frozen raspberries Pinch of cinnamon Grated Apple Raisins Mashed Banana Any fruit puree (just don’t add too much to make the mixture too wet)   Method: Pre-heat the oven to 180* Mix the oats and milk and ensure all the oats are well covered.…

Ratatouille weaning week recipe

Ratatouille by Nanny Joyce from the Grandparent Hub

Ingredients Dash of olive oil Half an onion Small courgette 1 small pepper Half tin of chopped tomatoes   Method Fry off the onion in the olive oil until it’s tender Cut up the vegetables into small chunks and remove any seeds Pop these into a pan and cook for 5 mins Then add the…

Easy One Pot Chicken

Easy One Pot Chicken – By Leading Children’s Cookery Author Annabel Karmel

Chicken is great as it’s so versatile, plus it is also packed with protein and vitamin B12 to help babies grow.  As with this recipe, you can combine it with sweet root vegetables, such as carrot or sweet potato to give it a smooth texture, or add fruit such as apple to give it a…

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