Add sweet raisins and coconut to rice for the kids or the whole family. The combination?…I will leave you to give your verdict again after you have made it.
Do you want a simple, fast and delicious sauce to go with some boiled yam or plantain? Make this mango sauce for a difference.
Learn how to turn your dates into a lovely smooth paste that can be used to sweeten your your foods including baby food. Find out the nutrition in dates too.
Want a new way to try yam in your house? Yam bolognese is easy to make and is deliciously irresistible for your kids too.
Thinking of fruits to get for your child’s lunchbox? Look in here and have them sorted for every day of the week. Remember fruits are essential for the growth and development.
These finger food dips are so local that you wont find it difficult making them up or twisting it to your child’s taste if you want.
Your leftovers can quickly be made into another meal for your child’s lunchbox or a delicious dinner for the whole family.
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.