Wraps are good for the lunchbox especially with nutritious ingredients to boost your child’s brainpower for the day. Make this easy salad wrap in a jiffy.
Take breakfast porridge oats to another level for the kids with this coconutty and fruit infusion. Oats porridge with a different taste.
You don’t need to add any sugar or honey for your kids to enjoy this akara pancake. A perfectly healthy finger food for toddlers and lunchbox idea for the kids.
Adding green vegetables to pancakes doesn’t change the sweetness one bit but still adds more nutrition. Make this yummy one for the family.
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 🙂
Have you got some over-ripe bananas? Then get cooking a banana pancake for the kids hearty breakfast today.
The sweetness of plantains and added vegetables makes this puff puffs a must try for kids. This is yet another way to use up your plantains.
Minced Meat Ogbono Soup is a great way to get your kids to eat up all their meat.
Kids don’t care much for cooked food during parties, holidays and festivities as much as they do snacks and keeping some handy makes all the difference and fun for them. Check these ones out.
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.
Irish Potato Fish Pottage bursting with flavour and colours, one of the attractions for kids when eating. A colourful plate also connotes a healthy meal and that’s why we should always try and colour the kids plates with different vegetables. With lots of fish, a good source of protein and ripe plantain added to this […]