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.
Baby recipes include purees for introducing baby to solid food, mashes for later feeding to encourage chewing, as well as finger foods for snacking.
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.
Anyu, elegede, kabaiwa are the names that we know this nutritional food as. Make it as a weaning food for your baby.
Beef contains essential nutrients that helps in proper brain development for growing babies. Making it into a puree is a very good way of feeding it to babies from 6 months.
This tasty yam puree is one of the ways to feed baby right with simple Nigerian food staples. Give baby a taste of it infused with vegetable and fruit as a first food.
The difference between this and that jar of baby food you bought from the shop is taste and freshness. If you doubt me, compare the two after making this and i bet you your baby will not touch your ‘posh’ jar 🙂
Your baby cannot reject this plantain meal made with other nutritious and readily available ingredients. This puree is simple to make and can be made and frozen in batches for your baby.
This simple recipe does not require much to give your baby a delicious & nutritious lunch or dinner.
Baby can eat beans too, so why not try this beans and potato mash meal.
Make brown rice by yourself for your baby. It is one of the first cereals introduced to babies from 4-6 months it has a better nutritional value, unlike the white rice we are used to.