Make use of those overripe mangoes. These popsicles are a great and more nutritious substitute for those sugary stuff you buy for the kids.
Ditch the traditional wrapper and made Agidi/Eko look interesting and easy to eat for your toddler and kids. Make lunchbox-friendly Agidi/Eko Jellos.
Still thinking there are no enough ways to make couscous? Try this delicious version with apple for your toddler and school kids, as well as the whole family.
Get in here and fry plantains (a.k.a. Dodo) for the kids as deliciously fragrant finger food. This is one yummy alternative to chips that they will enjoy.
Have you tried adding avocado to that ketchup you serve your child? It makes it more nutritious and bet me, they will not know the difference. Don’t hesitate to join them and enjoy too.
Make delicious okro and ogbono soup with just the basic ingredients that you can always find. It is a family soup that is loved by both children and adults.
Get this yam pottage and mash made with just carrots and bell pepper. A yummy recipe for babies as well as the whole family.
Watch the video on how to make baby’s brown pap,which is the most popular and sought after recipe on Mummy’s Yum. Pap is a Nigerian food that babies are first introduced to from 6 months.
Try adding plantains to minced meat for an overly delicious meatballs that the kids won’t resist. Get and watch how to make it.
Anyu, elegede, kabaiwa are the names that we know this nutritional food as. Make it as a weaning food for your baby.
A healthier and homemade finger food that you can always give your toddler to nibble on. Learn how to quickly make this.