Get the most of this protein and vegetable rich plus high fibre food with this recipe. Green beans puree with chicken is a nutritious first food that you can always introduce to your baby’s meal.
Coconut curry rice simply cooked with the kids in mind. The coconut milk is always a good flavour enhancer for sweet and savoury meals and this ideal lunchbox meal will tickle little taste buds.
Make this simple egg fried rice wit leftover rice and anything you have in your kitchen. It is quick to whip up in minutes.
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.
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.
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.
Turn your leftover sunday white rice and plain beans into delicious local combo for the kids lunchbox.
Watch me debone the fish perfectly to add to this curry couscous for kids. It is very important to debone fish before adding to kids meal because of choking hazards.
Do you know your leftover white rice or bulgur can be turned into an amazing meal for the kids? Take a look at this.
Rice pudding is one of the first homemade solid foods that I introduced to my babies. I loved making this pudding because rice is always available and you cannot go wrong with it.
Fish…fish…fish is always a good nutrition for baby and children, even we adults. Make the most of it in this simple meal idea.