Pawpaw Pudding

Pawpaw Sweet Pudding

Pawpaw sweet pudding is a delicious dessert to indulge the kids with. If you have a baby at home that you make pawpaw puree for, then just add a lot more pawpaw to puree and get the bigger kids enjoy a pudding later. There are various things we can do with pawpaw apart from eating … Continue Reading →


Stewed Penne Pasta

Stewed Penne Pasta

Penne Pasta comes in a cylindrical shape with sharp tips at both ends that make it look like the tip of a writing pen…probably that is where the name came from or maybe not. I like using penne pasta with tomato stew which i make thick and in big quantity, so that it will coat … Continue Reading →


Pawpaw Puree

Pawpaw Puree

Pawpaw (also called ‘papaya’) is one of our tropical delicious fruits. It is nutrient rich with folates, as well as vitamins A, C & E, which makes it equally good for the skin. Pawpaw is a good source of fibre, helping in digestion which is good for babies. To make pawpaw puree for your baby, ensure … Continue Reading →


Breastfeeding- A Key to Sustainable Development

Benefits of Breastfeeding as a Key to Sustainable Development

The 2016 World Breastfeeding Week started on August 1 with the theme “Breastfeeding: A Key to Sustainable Development.” It shares with us why breastfeeding is very important for sustainable development and especially raised awareness on the links between breastfeeding  and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs are a set of 17 goals adopted by … Continue Reading →


Bread Pizza

Bread Pizza

Have you thought of using bread as a pizza base for the kids. Yes, this is a quick way of giving them that pizza-like treat for breakfast or a lunchbox packed meal for school. It can equally be taken as a midday snack especially during the holidays when the kids are home and always loking … Continue Reading →


Banana Oats Cookies

Banana Oats Cookies

These cookies are easy to make with only 3 ingredients and whats more, it is a very healthy treat for your snack-loving kids. Banana Oats Cookie is a guilt-free snack made with just oats and bananas. You can make use of your overipe bananas to whip this up in less than 25 minutes. Banana Oats … Continue Reading →


Carrot and Peas Mashed Potatoes1

Carrot and Peas Mashed Potatoes

Carrot and peas mashed potatoes is a wholesome meal for babies from 9 months and it encourages them to start getting used to chewing foods as against purees which they were started with from 6 months. Introducing chewy and lumpy foods to your baby not only broadens the variety of food you can offer, but … Continue Reading →


Pan-fried Toast

Pan-Fried Toast

You shouldn’t be deterred from making a lovely delicious toast for the kids and yourself by a lack of toaster in the house or probably because there’s a blackout. You can still get that crispy toasted bread slices for them. Whip out your frying pan, get your tub of butter or margarine and make that … Continue Reading →


Homemade Tomato Sauce4

Homemade Tomato Sauce

This homemade tomato sauce is one that you can use to mix up or cook baby’s food. It is made with natural ingredients that are perfectly okay to be given to babies from six months. There are no added salts or artificial seasonings, yet the spices and herbs used gives it a lovely flavour. Homemade … Continue Reading →


Stewed Beans and Corn

Stewed Beans and Corn

This is a quick meal to make if you’ve got all the three ingredients already at hand. Stewed beans and corn is made with already cooked plain beans, corn and leftover stew. I cook brown beans with lots of onions and a little salt, then freeze them in storage plates and that makes it easy … Continue Reading →


Baby Plantain Puree2

Ripe Plantain and Vegetable Puree

Call it baby’s first plantain porridge and you are right. Plantain is part of our delicious Nigerian cuisine and can be fed to babies as a weaning meal. Ripe plantain can easily be mashed up once cooked and fed alone or with  other foods to older babies. Cut ripe or unripe plantain into strips or … Continue Reading →


Baby Fruit Yogurt

Baby Fruit Yogurt

Store-bought baby fruit yogurt are filled with so much sugar that i personally cannot even put them in my mouth, i’m naturally not a sweet tooth though. I have a few brands that i buy their yogurts when i feel like buying them, especially for when outside the house. Remember that yogurt is very good and … Continue Reading →